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Current MPhil/PhD students

Student

Research topic

1st Supervisor

2nd Supervisor

Maria Ribas

Gender, Party discipline and policy deliberation: and analysis of the Brazilian Congress

Joni Lovenduski

Rosie Campbell

Adam Leeder

What Determines Organizational Choice when Local Authorities Procure Public Service Delivery from an External Partner?

Deborah Mabbett

Rosie Campbell

Callum McCormick

Democracy, Ecology and the Ethics of Anti-capitalism

Diana Coole

Alex Colas

Susan Mclaren

Public policy, the private and third sector organisations

Deborah Mabbett

Joni Lovenduski

Ross Gill

Monogorod: Firm, city and state in the Russian industrial heartland

Ed Bacon

Eric Kaufmann

Gareth Barrett

Regulating the legal sins: Interest groups and the development of UK alcohol policy in the 21st century

Dermot Hodson

Ben Worthy

Jessica Daggers

Social Economy

Sam Ashenden

Rosie Campbell

Rowan Lubbock

The Regionalisation of Agrarian Struggle: La Via Campesina, ALBA and the Road to ‘Food Sovereignty’

Alex Colas

Ali Guven

Marco Garrido Arafat

An open door to the post-colonial revolution: a multidisciplinar and interscalaranalysis of the 2011 Egytian revolts.

Alex Colas

Barbara Zollner

Minna Cowper-Coles

How does gender impact political support in Palestine?

Rosie Campbell

Laleh Khalili

Jordan Kamellard

Scotland, Spain, the EU and Multilevel Governance

Dermot Hodson

Deborah Mabbett

James Pitman

A Philological and Theoretical Reappraisal of Marx's Concept of Subsumption, using India as an Empirical Case Study

Alex Colas

Jason Edwards

Jessica Smith

Gender and Political Leadership.

 

Rosie Campbell

Joni Lovenduski

Gurbachan Jandu

The ‘British Only’ box and London’s Sikh Youth

Eric Kaufmann

Edwin Bacon

Bastiaan Harbers

The international response to the food price spikes of 2007-8 and 2010/11: what role for the state and the market?

 

Ali Guven

Jason Edwards

Sreenanti Banerjee

Interrogating Population Policies, the Economized ‘Missing Woman’ and Sexual Violence

Diana Coole

Samantha Ashenden