Prof Francesca Gains - Further information
Supervised to completion:
- Paul Hepburn (Englander Fellowship) 'Local Governance and the local online networked public sphere';
Christina Easton (ESRC funded) 'The Representation of Women in the transitional House of Lords';
- Tessa Brannan (ESRC funded) 'Bounded rationality in best practice policy learning around community engagement ';
- Susanna Ghosh-Mitra 'Implementation of water privitisation policies in India';
- Catherine Durose (ESRC funded) 'From 'street level bureaucrats' to 'front line workers' ;
Currently supervising doctoral research on:
- Bev Craig 'Unheard Voice? Class Representation in UK National Politics'
- Leah Culhane 'Feminist Institutionalism and Gendered Political Change'
- Rabi'ah Aminudin 'The role of the National Womens Policy Agency in Malaysia'
- Ceray Ceylan 'The impact of Islamic communities on the policy making process in Turkey in the post 1980 era'
- Sara Kallock
- Blanca Merino Casallo 'Investigating Politicians' Gender Identities: For and Against Gender Equality Policies
Would welcome enquiries on any of the research areas listed under biography for example, comparative public policy, public policy analysis, political management, Labour politics and policy, gender and policy making, public policy impact assessment.
- NB on research leave 2013 - 2014
- Level 3 'Contemporary Parliamentary Studies' - co-taught with Parliamentary Outreach Team
- Level 2 'Politics of Policy Making'
- Level 4 'Understanding Governance: Policy Making in the 21 Century' - a core course for MA in Governance and Public Policy
- Previously taught on UG modules on British politics, research methods and MPA core module 'Politics, Power and Policy Making'.