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Dr Anneliese Dodds

Senior Lecturer in Public Policy

Anneliese Doods

I joined Aston University’s Sociology and Public Policy group as a Lecturer in Public Policy in September 2010.

Previously I was based at King’s College London, where I was a Lecturer in Public Policy and Acting Director of the King’s NIHR Patient Safety and Service Quality Research Centre. I also directed the Risk Programme within the PSSQ Research Centre.

Before working at King’s, my first academic post was an Economic and Social Research Council postdoctoral fellowship at the London School of Economics.

Anneleise is currently on secondment as a Member of the European Parliament.

  • BA with First Class Honours in Politics, Philosophy and Economics, University of Oxford, 2001
  • MRes (distinction) in Social Policy, University of Edinburgh, 2002
  • PhD in Government, London School of Economics, 2006
  • Public Policy-Making and Analysis (with Karen West)
  • Comparing Public Policies
  • Global Social Policy
  • Modern British Governance
  • Social Policy: Contemporary Themes and Challenges (with Karen West and Crispian Fuller)
  • Public Policy, Public Management and Governance (with Karen West)
  • Business and Government (with Josie Kelly and Crispian Fuller)
  • Health Care Policies and Organisation (with Karen West, Crispian Fuller and Pam Lowe). 

I have previously supervised students working on topics connected with comparative public policy, and risk and regulation. I welcome applications from prospective PhD students interested in working in the fields of comparative public policy, risk and regulation, or economic liberalisation.

  • 2010 – date: Lecturer in Public Policy, Sociology and Public Policy Group, Aston University. 
  • 2007 – 2010: Lecturer in Public Policy, King’s Institute for the Study of Public Policy, King’s College London. 
  • 2006: Economic and Social Research Council postdoctoral fellow, Department of Government, London School of Economics. 
Room: N921
Phone: 0121 204 3067
Email: a.dodds@aston.ac.uk 

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