Daniel Button

Researcher, Social Policy

daniel.button@neweconomics.org
+44 (0)20 7820 6325

Team: Social Policy

Daniel is a Researcher within the Social Policy team at NEF, where he has worked since September 2014. He works across the team’s range of policy areas from developing co-production to research around poverty and inequality.

Before joining NEF, Daniel worked as a Research Officer within the Scottish Government’s Children and Families Analytical Unit and he has also completed an internship at the Scottish Centre for Social Research (ScotCen). Daniel has a First Class undergraduate degree in Philosophy and Politics and has an MSc in Social Research from the University of Edinburgh.

Outside of work, Daniel enjoys noisy music, film and exploring London.


Blog post // July 6, 2016

Co-production: why it’s more important than ever before

Empowering communities to take control over decisions that affect their lives is key More

Blog post // May 11, 2016

Climate change and public health: a threat or opportunity?

Local health communities can tackle climate change and improve health at the same time More

Blog post // March 10, 2016

A positive step towards healthier and happier towns

New NHS 'healthy towns' mark a welcome shift towards preventing problems More