I am a Professor of Gerontology and Social Policy in the Department of Gerontology at the University of Southampton. I am also a member of the Centre for Research on Ageing and the ESRC Centre for Population Change. My research interests are at the interface of ageing over the lifecourse and social policy. Recent research projects have focused on informal care provision across the lifecourse in the UK, Europe and China; pension protection among minority ethnic groups in the UK; and long-term care provision in India, China, the UK and sub-Saharan Africa.
DTP Deputy Director (Brighton)
I became Professor of Public Policy at the University of Brighton in 2008. I was Head of School, Applied Social Science, at Brighton from 2007-2015. My main research interests are complexity theory, case based methods and their application to a wide range of policy topics. I am an Associate of the ESRC CECAN programme.
DTP Deputy Director (Portsmouth)
I am Professor of Economic Geography at the University of Portsmouth and was Head of the Department of Geography 2016-19. Prior to coming to Portsmouth, I was Professor of Urban Studies at the University of Glasgow, and prior to that Director of the Scottish Cities Knowledge Centre at the University of St Andrews. My research investigates the implications of urban and regional economic change for social welfare and inequality, particularly the roles of housing and transport in producing geographical unevenness.
DTP Deputy Director (Training)
I am a professor of economics at the Department of Economics of the University of Southampton. I am also a research fellow of the Institute for the Study of Labor (IZA) in Germany. I am an applied microeconomist with wide-range interests that span a number of areas: behavioural, public, labour and development economics. Recent and ongoing projects focus on Workplace Incentives in Firms and Public Organizations; Discrimination of Minority Groups; and Prosocial Behaviour.
DTP Deputy Director (Impact & Collaboration)
I am Associate Professor at the Department of Strategy, Innovation and Entrepreneurship at Southampton Business School. I am an applied economist with interests in interdisciplinary entrepreneurship and strategy research overlapping disciplines such as economics, geography, sociology, psychology, environment, religious studies, ethics, and artificial intelligence.