Wales Institute of Social & Economic Research, Data & Methods
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Management and Governance

The WISERD Executive Group

The WISERD Executive Group is primarily comprised of the WISERD Director and the WISERD Co-Directors. Other members may be co-opted to the Executive Group. Administrative support is provided by the WISERD Hub. The role of the WISERD Executive Group is to coordinate WISERD’s research and infrastructural programmes; to maintain the connections between WISERD and the participating institutions; and to contribute to the strategic direction and future sustainability of WISERD.

Current members

WISERD Steering Group

The WISERD Steering Group is comprised of colleagues who have strategic responsibility for the delivery of social science research within each of the WISERD partner institutions. The role of the group is to monitor the overall direction of WISERD activities and offer advice on the achievement of its aims. It also plays a key role in the development of strategies to foster sustainability for the Institute.

Current members: 

WISERD Advisory Board Membership


The role of the WISERD Advisory Group is to advise on WISERD’s academic development and engagement with policy communities, especially in relation to wider developments across the UK and internationally. 


Current members:

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