Contact details for research students in the Department of Politics and International Relations.
PhD Title: Women and Social Change in Egypt and Tunisia.
PhD Title: Variations in European Union anti-establishment parties.
PhD Title: Assessing the Implications of Brexit for Evidence, Expertise and Agri-food Regulatory Governance in the UK.
PhD Title: Sustainable Diets and State Policy.
PhD Title: The Fourth Industrial Revolution in the Global South: A Global Production Network Analysis of the Mexican Automotive Sector.
PhD Title: Far-right groups in the UK: Investigating cumulative extremism.
PhD Title: Beyond Corporate Social Responsibility: Exploring the potential of worker-driven alternatives in supply chains.
PhD Title: Health Security as Practice: A Praxiographic Study of Health Security at the UK Border.
PhD Title: Changing minds in neoliberal times: the global politics of mental health awareness and anti-stigma campaigns.
PhD Title: Depoliticisation and Democratic Governance in Indonesia: The Case Of The Extractive Industries Transparency Initiative.
PhD Title: Driving towards climate change - the barriers to decarbonising the automobile sector.
PhD Title: Monitoring technologies and the governance of conservation.
PhD Title: The Determinants of Policy Decisions in GAVI, the Vaccine Alliance.
PhD Title: Growth models in a world of international trade and capital flows: A Schumpeterian, firm-centric analysis of European economic development.
PhD Title: Securitised Citizenship: Prevent Strategy and the making of counter-terror citizens.
PhD Title: Local parties and participatory governance in English Local Councils.
PhD Title: From dissident to deviant… How does political violence become ‘terrorism’? A genealogy of criminalisation in Northern Ireland, 1969-1981.
PhD Title: Tamerlane's trip to Shanghai: Sino-Uzbek relations in the 21st century.
PhD Title: Agenda-setting and Carbon Dioxide Utilization Technologies (CDU) in the UK.
PhD Title: "This Thing is Historical!": NUMSA, SAFTU and the Crisis in COSATU Through the Lens of Permanent Contention.
PhD Title: Decentralisation and Health Service Governance in Zambia.
PhD Title: The Corruption-Terrorism Nexus in Think-Tank Expertise and Judicial Practice.
PhD Title: 'A Military Ethos in Education: solving the problem of vulnerable youth?'.
PhD Title: The Domestic Politics of Global Consumption.
PhD Title: Truth Matters? A study of lying and the truth in political communication, and its impact on public trust in politics.
PhD Title: Women and Unfree Labour: A Feminist Political Economy Account.
PhD Title: The new politics of industrial policy: exploring the causes and the consequences of the post-crisis reform of EU state aid regulation.
PhD Title: Navigating anti-Eurocentric IR: Intervention Re-imagined.
PhD Title: The Return of China: Historicising China in the Global Economy.