Anne Jamieson, MA, MSc, CertEd
More about Anne Jamieson
- Anne Jamieson has an MA in Social Sciences from Copenhagen University and an MSc in Politics and Sociology from Birkbeck, University of London.
- She has worked in research and teaching at Birkbeck, King's Fund College and the University of Bath. Her areas of research and publications span international politics, health and social services for older people, education and ageing, and approaches in gerontology.
- Her research work in recent years has included work for the Organisation for Economic Co-operation and Development (OECD), the European Commission and the Council of Europe. She has been Deputy Editor of Journal of European Social Policy, and has served on:
- the Editorial Board of Ageing & Society
- the Executive of the British Society of Gerontology
- the Policy Board of NIACE
Past research projects
- Three-year longitudinal study entitled 'Mature students in higher education: Benefits of part-time study'. This study focused on a wide range of aspects of study for adults. She worked with teams from the Open University and the Institute of Education.
- Co-Director, Birkbeck Institute for Lifelong Learning (BILL)
- Executive member, Association for Education and Ageing
- Editorial Board, Quality in Ageing
- British Society of Gerontology (BSG)
- Society for Research into Higher Education (SRHE)
- Association of Education and Ageing (AEA) (member of the Executive)
- Academy of Higher Education
- (2011 forthcoming) 'Understanding learning in later adulthood: The impact of transition on engagement in formal study', Educational gerontology
- (2009) 'Higher education, mature students and employment goals: policies and practices in the UK', Journal of Vocational Education and Training 61(4): pp.399-411 (with S. Jackson).
- (2009) 'The benefits of higher education study for part-time students', Studies in Higher Education 34(2) (with Sabbates, R., Woodley, A. and Feinstein, L).
- (2009) 'Educational decision-making: rationality and the impact of time', Studies in the Education of Adults (with Adshead, L.)
- (2007) 'Higher Education Study in later life: What is the point?' Ageing & Society (May-June 2007) 27(3): 363-384.
- (2007) 'Charting the pathways of lifelong learning: a longitudinal perspective on formal study in adulthood'. Journal of Adult and Continuing Education (May 2007) 13(1): 68-87 (with Adshead, L.).
- (2007) 'Education and the Quality of Life in Later Years'. Quality in Ageing (September 2007) 8(3).
- (2004) Review of Activities on ageing in Europe, Council of Europe, European Committee for social cohesion, Strasbourg (15 September 2004) CDCS 13 rev.
- (2003) 'Against the Odds: Pathways of early school leavers into higher education. Evidence from England and New Zealand', International Journal of Lifelong Learning (May 2003) (with Davey, J.).