Areas of Research Supervision
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Our main areas of research
Criminology and criminal justice; Desistance; The informal economy; Comparative criminal justice; Restorative justice; Sentencing; Youth, crime and the criminal justice system; Gender, crime and criminal justice; Internet crime; Media and crime; Victimology and victimisation; Community penalties and offender management; Policing and police custody; Policing drugs and drugs policy; Prisons and penal policy; Penal history and theory; Colonial and post-colonial law and justice.
Many aspects of Corporate and Commercial law, including Corporate governance; Corporate social responsibility; Aspects of intellectual property including trade marks and copyright; Finance and banking; Theories of money; Law and economics; Regulation; Relational contract; E-commerce; Commercial property; Internet privacy; Financial Markets. We particularly welcome research projects which consider the impact of corporations, financial institutions and other market actors on environmental, social and economic sustainability.
International law; European Union law; Human rights law; The use of force in international law; International humanitarian law; International criminal law; Refugee and migration law; Law of international organisations; International legal theory; United Nations law; Cyber security; EU foreign, security and defence policies; International economic law; Transnational corporations and social responsibility; Private security and military companies; Fragile and post conflict states.