Projects

Will Jennings is part of a pioneering project to debate’s Britain’s constitutional future. Academics and civil society organizations will bring together citizens and politicians for two pilot Citizens’ Assemblies.

Alix Kelso is part of a team working on a project funded by the Nuffield Foundation looking at the relationship between Prime Minister and Parliament in the UK. It will analyse the Prime Minister’s appearance in front of the House of Commons Liaison Committee.

Pia Riggirozzi is part of a team working on a project funded by ESRC/DFID examining the scope for enhancing Southern multilateral regional organisations’ contributions to poverty reduction through regional health policy.

 

Will Jennings is part of a team working on a project funded by the ESRC which aims  to understand the long-term trajectory of crime alongside political, social and economic developments (and in so doing to develop an approach for making such assessments which could also be used by other researchers).

 

Nick Clarke, Gerry Stoker and Will Jennings are working on a project funded by the ESRC which puts the contemporary trend towards ‘anti-politics’ in perspective by examining the historical evolution of citizen perceptions of formal politics in Britain.

 

Gerry Stoker is part of a team working on a project funded by the ESRC which examines through randomised controlled trials how citizens can be encouraged to contribute to local public services.

 

Ingi Iusmen co-holds an ESRC Seminar Series grant on knowledge exchange involving EU governance and children’s rights.

 

  • China’s Sovereignty Challenges: Cases of Taiwan, Hong Kong and Tibet

Ming-Chin Monique Chu is working on a project funded by the CCK Foundation which examines contemporary challenges to Chinese sovereignty.

 

Rod Rhodes is the co-holder of a grant from the Australia and New Zealand School of Government  which aims to identify the structures, procedures, rituals and routines of the advisory system supporting contemporary ministers. 

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