Working to make government more effective

Joe Randall

Former senior Researcher

Joe was a senior researcher at the Institute until October 2016. He joined as a researcher in 2013 and managed the Institute’s work on decentralisation in England. He also worked on Whitehall Monitor – the Institute's data journalism project. Joe was the Programme Manager for the Institute's Connecting Policy with Practice programme and also contributed to the organisation's work on the UK’s national devolution settlement after the 2014 Scottish independence referendum. 

Joe was a member of the first cohort of Oxford’s new Blavatnik School of Government. He graduated with an undergraduate degree in History and Politics at Oxford in 2011, and spent his time between these two stints in education working for the Baring Foundation – a charitable grant-maker.

All work

11 OCT 2016 Interview

Alan Johnson

Alan Johnson was interviewed on 11 October 2016 for the IfG Ministers Reflect project.

28 JAN 2016 Report

Making devolution deals work

This report looks at how government can decentralise, and at helping different layers of government to work

17 NOV 2015 Analysis paper

Whitehall Monitor 2015

Whitehall Monitor aims to chart government – literally. We analyse and visualise numbers from and about government.

25 SEP 2015 Comment

FOIA fighters

How departments dealt with Freedom of Information requests in the first quarter of the new government.