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Organisations (141)CountryBrief description
Access Research Knowledge
Robert Miller
United KingdomARKs mission, broadly interpreted, is to make social science information of Northern Ireland as widely available as possible. 
Amsterdam Institute of Advanced Labour Studies
Declan Owens
United KingdomEuropean and International Labour Law 
Amtec Medical
John McKee
United KingdomDevelopments and technologies in the disease area of Deep Vein Thrombosis (DVT) 
Aston University
Sumon Bhaumik
United KingdomImpact of institutions, economic reforms and policies on behaviour and performance of economic agents 
Aston University
Raquel Medina
United KingdomCross-cultural representations of dementia in film, literature and media 
Bath Spa University
Sarah Hackett
United KingdomMy research interests include European city-level migration and integration policies, migration and religion, and Islam in Europe. 
Birkbeck College, University of London
Marjorie Lorch
United KingdomClinical, experimental, theoretical and historical research into language organization in the brain 
Brunel University
Alex Warleigh-Lack
United KingdomI am an expert in European political integration and comparative regional integration, and have research interests in environmental politics 
Brunel University
Justin Fisher
United KingdomElections, Parties, Trust in Political Institutions, Campaigns, Political Finance, Comparative Politics 
Brunel University
Sarah Niblock
United KingdomI am a journalism practitioner-academic 
Cardiff University
Daniel Newman
United KingdomI am a social researcher with an interest in matters of social justice (mobility, sustainable transport) and criminal justice (profession, legal aid). 
Cardiff University
Colin Williams
United KingdomLanguage policy, ethnic minorities, multiculturalism, public policy and social justice 
Cardiff University
Christopher Groves
United KingdomFuture studies; sociology and ethics of emerging technologies; uncertainty and risk. 
Cardiff University
Amanda Robinson
United KingdomMy research focuses on violence and the individual, agency, community and societal responses to it. 
Cardiff University
Lina Dencik
United KingdomExploring the interplay between media technologies and social and political change. 
Cardiff University
Cliona Kelly
United KingdomContract Law, Commercial Law and Consumer Law, European Convention on Human Rights 
Cardiff University
Keith Chapin
United KingdomI am a musicologist who focuses on links between music, philosophy, and literature in the 18th and 19th centuries. 
Cardiff University
Julian Brigstocke
United Kingdomurban futures; cultural landscapes; sensory geographies; aesthetics 
Centre for Business Research
Andrea Mina
United KingdomInnovation Economics, Management and Policy 
Centre for Ethnicity and Racism Studies, University of Leeds
Ian Law
United KingdomRacism and ethnicity studies 
Centre for Trust, Peace and Social Relations, Coventry University
Sariya Cheruvallil-Contractor
United KingdomFeminism, British Islam, Intercommunity Relations, Inter-religious understanding and Digital Methodologies 
Centre for Urban & Community Research, Goldsmiths
Caroline Knowles
United Kingdoma range of urban issues, especially race, ethnicity, space, multiracialism, visual and biographical research methods, mapping 
Childrens Identity and Citizenship in Europe, London Metropolitan University
Peter Cunningham
United KingdomErasmus Academic Network concerned with children and young peoples identity and citizenship 
City University London
Christopher McDowell
United KingdomPopulation displacement, involuntary resettlement, development, asylum and refugees 
Coventry University
Mike Hardy
United KingdomAn interdisciplinary research centre working for transformative change to strengthen human security and communities 
Coventry University
Chris Tompsett
United KingdomOur focus is to drive progressive change and strengthen human security and resilience. 
Coventry University
Kieran Fenby-Hulse
United KingdomDance & Performance Research, Physical Intelligence, Embodied Know, Cross- and Intercultural Arts, Artistic Research, Enterprise, Ethics, Art/Science 
De Montfort University
David Crowther
United Kingdomcorporate social responsibility and global aspects of governance 
De Montfort University
Neil Carter
United KingdomHistorian of British and international sport with interests in heritage, health and physical education 
De Montfort University
Stephen Rainey
United KingdomPhilosophy, especially concerned with language, rationality, political philosophy, governance, and ethics. 
Economic and Social Research Council
Samantha McGregor
United KingdomI am responsible for a number of national and European research funding programmes. 
Ethnography and Eduaction International
Bob Jeffrey
United KingdomE&E co-ordinates research in the area of education using ethnographic methodology 
Europe for Business Ltd
Egle Juospaityte
United KingdomI am focusing on urban studies, political science, public administration and innovation. 
Family and Childcare Trust (operating name of the National Family and Parenting Institute)
Sarah Stockwell
United KingdomThe Family and Childcare Trust aims to relieve the pressures on family life through 3 mainareas of work insight, influence, information and innovation 
Glasgow Caledonian University
Linda McKie
United Kingdomorganisations, work, care, gender 
Goldsmiths College, University of London
Kate Nash
United KingdomSociology of human rights, political sociology, cultural politics, social movements, media and human rights 
Goldsmiths College, University of London
David Oswell
United KingdomMedia and Communications Regulation, Children and Childhood, Cultural Theory and Analysis 
Goldsmiths, University of London
Monica Greco
United KingdomSociology of: medicine/illness; the body; emotions, subjectivity and selfhood. 
Goldsmiths, University of London
Marsha Rosengarten
United KingdomScience and Technology Studies of the ethical, social and medical implications of HIV biomedical interventions ine 
Institute for Education Policy Research, Staffordshire University
Kim Slack
United KingdomThe IEPR has a broad range of experience in researching, advising and reporting on aspects of educational policy at national and international levels 
Institute for Employment Research, University of Warwick
Clare Lyonette
United KingdomMy research interests include work and family, careers, gender roles, quality of work, flexible working, employment and wellbeing 
Institute for the Study of European Transformations
Mary J Hickman
United KingdomMigrations and diasporas; national (re)formations; ethnic and ratial differentiations and discriminations; comparative processes of social cohesion 
Institute of Education
Claire Cameron
United Kingdomyoung people, state care, childrens workforce, social pedagogy, early childhood education and care 
Institute of Education
Julia Brannen
United Kingdommethodology - mixed methods; comparative; biographical; qualitative; also family studies; work and family life 
Institute of Education, University of London
Norbert Pachler
United KingdomForeign language education, teacher education and development, information and communication technologies 
Institute of Education, University of London
Anita Pincas
United KingdomApplied linguistics; the use of new technologies for learning & teaching; ageing studies. 
Institute of English Studies, University of London
Wim Van Mierlo
United KingdomResearch in Textual Scholarship and the History of the Book 
Institute of Musical Research
John Irving
United KingdomMusic history and performance practice; Mozart; keyboard music; eighteenth century 
Keele University
Brian Doherty
United KingdomMy principal research interest is in the relationship between radical ideas and actions, particularly in environmental movements 
Kingston University Higher Education Corporation
Muriel Swijghuisen Reigersberg
United KingdomApplied Medical Ethnomusicology in Indigenous Australia 
Leeds Beckett University
Brian Jones
United Kingdom1] Enterprise/Entrepreneurship Education 2] Social Media 3] Entrepreneurial Marketing 4] Corporate Social Responsibility 
Leeds Beckett University
Linda Asquith
United KingdomResearch interests are centred around state crime and the impact of that upon victims. 
Leeds Beckett University
John Willott
United Kingdommigration and security 
Leeds Beckett University
Mariana Kaiseler
United KingdomHealth and well-being, active lifestyles, mental toughness, engagement. 
Leeds Beckett University
Marc Fabri
United KingdomAssistive Technology with a focus on behaviour change interventions, the support of autistic people, and service design methodologies 
Liverpool Hope University
Sarantos PSycharis
United KingdomAt my PhD i worked on mathematical models from Algebraic Topology and how they can be applied to High Energy Physics. Expertise in Science Education 
London Metropolitan University
Monica Threlfall
United KingdomPolitical representation issues; political engagement and dissatisfaction. 
London School of Economics and Political Science
Simona Iammarino
United KingdomAcademic researcher and lecturer in the field of Economic Geography 
London School of Economics and Stockholm School of Economics
Marieke Huysentruyt
United KingdomResearch on social enterprise and innovation, development aid, poverty, decision-making, organizational design 
Macaulay Land use Research Institute
Nick Gotts
United KingdomAgent-based social simulation 
Manchester Metropolitan University
Craig Young
United KingdomUrban change, urban identity, city marketing, creativity and urban policy, post-socialist areas 
Manchester Metropolitan University
Rachel Dickinson
United KingdomHow the Victorian polymath John Ruskin offers solutions C21st sustainable society. 
Middlesex University
Eleonore Kofman
United KingdomGender, migration and citizenship; Equality, discrimination and migration policies. 
Newcastle University
Stephen Hughes
United KingdomInternational Organisations with particular reference to the ILO and poverty reduction strategies 
Newcastle University
Andrew Ballantyne
United KingdomAnalysis of the cultural content of architecture 
Northumbria University
Carole McCartney
United KingdomCriminal justice systems and law, international cooperation in policing and forensic science. 
Northumbria University
Chris Ashford
United KingdomQueer Legal Theory, Law and Sexuality, public sex, barebacking, sex work, identities, technology 
Nottingham University Business School
Dev Vencappa
United KingdomPerformance Measurement - Efficiency and Productivity Measurement 
Nottingham University Business School
Hannah Noke
United KingdomActively researching the area of innovation, particularly in the area of public sector and family firms. 
Oxford Brookes University
Ramin Keivani
United KingdomSustainable urban development, land and housing policy in developing and transition economies, development studies, globalisation and urban equity 
Oxford Brookes University
Thomas Betteridge
United KingdomEuropean Renaissance Drama and Reformation Literature. 
Paris Descartes University
Samira Bourgeois-Bougrine
United KingdomCreativity and innovation- Organisational and safety cultures- Shiftwork and health 
Policy Network
Renaud Thillaye
United KingdomPolicy-oriented research and dissemination/public engagement 
QUB- School of Sociology, Social Policy and Social Work
Catherine McNamee
United KingdomMy research interests focus on family demography, centring on union and family formation, mate selection, and lifecourse perspective. 
Queens University Belfast
Sara Melo
United Kingdomhealthcare management, patient safety, organisational learning, inter-organisational collaboration, innovation, communities of practice 
Queens University Belfast
Manu Braganca
United Kingdommemories of WWII in France and Europe; representations of war and violence in 21st Century France; reception theory 
Queens University Belfast
Jonathan G. Heaney
United KingdomI am interested in sociological theory, political sociology, and the sociology of emotions. 
Refugee Law Initiative, School of Advanced Study, University of London
David James Cantor
United KingdomProtection of refugees and displaced persons under internat 
Regents Centre for Transnational Studies
Ibrahim Sirkeci
United KingdomRCTS research and scholarship focuses on the cross-border, transnational phenomena with expertise in mobility, marketing, and he studies 
Regents Centre for Transnational Studies, Regents College London
Ibrahim Sirkeci
United Kingdomethnic demography, transnational mobility, transnational consumers & marketing, ethnic marketing, segmentation, segregation and labour markets 
Research Laboratory for Archaeology and the History of Art, University of Oxford
Michele Wollstonecroft
United KingdomArchaeobotany, prehistory, dietary ecology, domestic crops & wild plants, food processing, human nutrition, niche construction. 
Robert Gordon University
Sarah Pedersen
United KingdomWomen online; digital parenting; social media; suffragettes; womens history; First World War 
Robert Gordon University
James Morrison
United KingdomMoral panics and media representations of marginalised groups in society - especially migrants, immigrants and the poor. 
Royal Commission the Ancient and Historical Monuments of Wales
Scott Lloyd
United KingdomWe have the lead role in ensuring that Wales’s archaeological, built and maritime heritage is authoritatively recorded, 
Salford Housing & Urban Studies Unit
Philip Brown
United KingdomI work on issues facing vulnerable groups inlcuding minority ethnic groups, fuel poverty, social exclusion 
School of Advanced Study, University of London
Libia Villazana
United KingdomLatin American migrants in London, UK 
School of Sociology, Social Policy and Social Work, Queens University Belfast
Lisa Smyth
United KingdomSocial status, norms and emotions, in the context of gender and family life. 
SPRU - The Science Policy Research UNit
Paul Nightingale
United KingdomInnovation and the relationship between scientific research and practical application with a particular focus on finance and biotech 
St Marys University College Belfast
Birgit Schippers
United KingdomFeminist theory & gender theory; human rights; theories of violence 
Staffordshire University
Jon Fairburn
United KingdomEnterprise, Innovation and sustainability 
Swansea University
Dion Curry
United KingdomMy research focuses on multi-level governance and political legitimacy in comparative contexts, including EU and regional public policy. 
Synectika Research and Consulting Ltd
Dimitris Dimitriou
United KingdomSynectika provides expertise in ethics, privacy, policy analysis, and human, cultural and societal impact of security, risk and management issues. 
The Tavistock Institute of Human Relations
Cristina Castellanos
United KingdomI carry out and manage evaluation and research projects, aimed at providing economic and social analysis for the design, implementation and assessment 
University College London
Yang-Yi KUO
United KingdomI explore the relationship between diaspora communitity and its material culture in London and contemporary Taiwan 
University College London
Maria Wyke
United KingdomRepresentations of the ancient world in silent cinema 
University of Aberdeen
Claire Wallace
United KingdomWork and care, migration, digital economy 
University of Aberdeen
Abbe Brown
United KingdomEncouraging sustainable and open innovation, particularly energy and climate change, using interface between legal fields and forms of regulation 
University of Birmingham
John Doling
United KingdomHousing markets and policy, ageing populations, pensions 
University of Bradford
Roberto Espindola
United KingdomComparative political and policy analysis with particular reference to poverty, inequality and democratisation 
University of Brighton
Paula Kersten
United KingdomNew ways of working in allied health, outcome measurement, psychometrics, Rasch analysis, mixed methods 
University of Brighton
Kay de Vries
United KingdomResearch on end-of-life; old age; dementia; bereavement and loss; and virtue ethics 
University of Bristol
Ann Singleton
United KingdomMigration, asylum and European Union policy and statistics 
University of Bristol
Judith Squires
United KingdomGender and Politics, mainstreaming, equality, representation 
University of Bristol
Esther Dermott
United Kingdomfamily, fatherhood, intimacy, gender, work, work-life balance, care, poverty 
University of Cambridge
Marie Louise Stig Sorensen
United KingdomEuropean prehistoric archaeology and Heritage Studies 
University of Cambridge
Eugenio Federico Biagini
United KingdomReligious minorities and the politics of identity in Europe since 1914. 
University of East London
Edel Hughes
United KingdomInternational human rights law 
University of Glamorgan
Martin Rhisiart
United KingdomI work across futures studies/Foresight and innovation 
University of Greenwich
Mary Farrell
United KingdomMy research focus is two-fold: external relations of the European Union, and African politics in a regional and international context. 
University of Hertfordshire
Eddie Blass
United KingdomFutures Studies 
University of Iceland, Faculty of Law
Dora Gudmundsdottir
United KingdomResearch in European Law and EEA law (European Economic Area). Constitutionalism. Legal Theory. 
University of Kent
Bernadette Montanari
United KingdomEthnobiology, environmental anthropology 
University of Kent
Laura Sudulich
United Kingdomelectoral behavior and public opinion and new-media effects 
University of Leicester
Elizabeth Murphy
United KingdomResearch in health and social care, with particular interest in the relationship between individuals, families, professionals and the state. 
University of Lincoln
Daniel Meyer-Dinkgräfe
United KingdomThe relationship between theatre and consciousness 
University of Liverpool/Liverpool John Moores University
Simeon Yates
United KingdomCultural Policy; Cultural Leadership; Digital Culture 
University of Manchester
Pedro Ramos Pinto
United KingdomMy work explores the politics of social citizenship in historical perspective 
University of Manchester
Eleanor Bindman
United KingdomRussian, Ukrainian and EU politics and public policy, human rights, welfare reform 
University of Newcastle
Simon Gibbs
United KingdomPsychology of Education and Educational Psychology 
University of Nottingham
Catherine Gegout
United KingdomEuropean foreign policy, Intervention in Africa 
University of Nottingham
Adam Golberg
United KingdomResearch Manager - Nottingham University Business School (UK) 
University of Oxford
Dawn Chatty
United KingdomDevelopment and Social Change in the Middle East with special focus on refugees, minorities, gender and nomadic pastoralists [ mobile peoples] 
University of Salford
Yuwei Lin
United Kingdomscience and technology studies (STS), socio-technical dynamics in information systems, gender and ICT, free/libre open source software (FLOSS), 
University of Salford
Carole OReilly
United KingdomMy research centres on urban municipal parks in the twentieth century. I am interested in usage, sporting and recreational amenities 
University of Salford
Ben Light
United KingdomI am interested in how people make technologies work in situ 
University of Salford
Christine Agius
United KingdomMy research is broadly on security and identity, with a specialism in Sweden and the Nordic countries, and an interest in the EU. . 
University of Salford
Gordon Fletcher
United KingdomMy focus is on the examination of the impact of digital culture and the positioning of technological artefacts in everyday life. 
University of Sheffield
Jean Grugel
United KingdomGlobal political economy (development, regionalism, Latin America); democratization, human rights and childhood; vulnerability and marginality 
University of Southampton
Meko So
United KingdomData mining, consumer credit risk, marketing analytics, Markov decision process, the use of analytical techniques in real-world applications 
University of Stirling
Gert Biesta
United Kingdomdemocratic education, citizenship, adult education, lifelong learning, educational theory, methodology 
University of Sunderland
Guy Starkey
United KingdomMy research interests include socio-economic and political influences on mediatised environments, mainly, but not exclusively radio. 
University of Sunderland
Akram Dik
United KingdomWorld Literature and postcolonial studies 
University of Surrey
Martyn Barrett
United KingdomPsychology of national, ethnic, racial and religious identifications and cultural practices, intercultural competences and active citizenship 
University of Surrey
Kerry Ann Brown
United KingdomResearch interests include public health; primarily the development and implementation of dietary guidelines. 
University of Sussex
Fabio Petito
United KingdomInternational Political Theory, Religions and International Relations; Dialogue of Civilisations; The International Relations of the Mediterranean, T 
University of Warwick
Alan Brown
United KingdomGuidance, learning, careers, work, communities of practice, web-based collaborative knowledge and community development 
University of Warwick Business School
Colin Crouch
United KingdomWork and occupations, industrial relations, social policy, comparative European studies. Also local economic development. Also the role of markets in 
University of Wolverhampton
Penny Brooker
United KingdomMy research area is mediation as a method of dispute resolution and although some of my research has been using mediation in the construction industry 
University of York
Andrew Pendleton
United KingdomHuman resource management, industrial relations, corporate governance, employee financial participation 
University of York
Gabriele Griffin
United KingdomResearch on womens issues, womens contemporary cultural production, research methodologies, developments in SSH. 
Working Lives Research Institute
Steve Jefferys
United KingdomThe WLRI undertake socially committed academic and applied research into all aspects of working lives, emphasising equality and social justice 

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