Richard Freeman is Co-Director of the Academy of Government, University of Edinburgh. His research is concerned with knowing and doing in politics, that is with what policy makers, practitioners and others know and do when they go to work. Click here to read more about Richard.

 

Richard Freeman is Co-Director of the Academy of Government, University of Edinburgh. His research is concerned with knowing and doing in politics, that is with what policy makers, practitioners and others know and do when they go to work. Click here to read more about Richard.

  Darcy Leigh is a Teaching Fellow in the Academy of Government. Darcy's work is concerned with how people inhabit and contest neo- and late-liberal narratives of political agency. Click here to read more about Darcy.

 

Darcy Leigh is a Teaching Fellow in the Academy of Government. Darcy's work is concerned with how people inhabit and contest neo- and late-liberal narratives of political agency. Click here to read more about Darcy.

Sophie Thunus is a FNRS Postdoctoral Researcher in the Faculty of Social Sciences, University of Liège (Belgium). Her research is concerned with the role of meeting(s) in organisational and policy work, particularly in the context of mental health policy. Click here to See Sophie’s publications.

Sophie Thunus is a FNRS Postdoctoral Researcher in the Faculty of Social Sciences, University of Liège (Belgium). Her research is concerned with the role of meeting(s) in organisational and policy work, particularly in the context of mental health policy. Click here to See Sophie’s publications.

  Rosie Anderson joined What Works Scotland as a Research Fellow in April 2015 to look at the way the concept of emotional labour can help practitioners think about the process of making policy. This work will apply the findings of her recent doctoral thesis, an ethnography of reason and emotion in policy making. Click here to read more about Rosie. 

 

Rosie Anderson joined What Works Scotland as a Research Fellow in April 2015 to look at the way the concept of emotional labour can help practitioners think about the process of making policy. This work will apply the findings of her recent doctoral thesis, an ethnography of reason and emotion in policy making. Click here to read more about Rosie. 

  Oliver Escobar is a Lecturer in Public Policy at the University of Edinburgh (Politics and IR), and Co-Director of What Works Scotland. His contribution to WWS builds on his previous research on collaborative governance and participatory policy making. Click here to read more about Oliver.

 

Oliver Escobar is a Lecturer in Public Policy at the University of Edinburgh
(Politics and IR), and Co-Director of What Works Scotland. His contribution to WWS builds on his previous research on collaborative governance and participatory policy making. Click here to read more about Oliver.