Impact of criminal process on health care (Sanders, AHRC-funded, with University of Manchester)
Comparative prosecution systems (Wade, funded by the Alexander von Humboldt Stiftung and carried out in co-operation with Washington and Lee University)
The need for and the needs of a European criminal justice system (Wade - co-funded by the Hercule programme of the European Commission and the Max Planck Institute for Foreign and International Criminal Law)
Microfinance (Sorell, AHRC Research Network)
Delivering renewable energy under devolution (Toke, funded by the ESRC, with Cardiff University, Robert Gordon University, Queens University Belfast 2011 - 13)
SEANERGY 2020 (Toke, funded by European Wind Energy Association €90,000, 2010 - 12)
Paradoxes and Contradictions in EU Democracy Promotion Efforts in the Middle East (Pace and Kostadinova, funded by the ESRC £368,290, 2008 - 12)
Institutions, Institutional Change, and the Defence Policy of the European Union (Menon, funded by the ESRC £320,944, 2010 - 13)
Male and Transgender Sex Work in the UK and Netherlands (Smith and Pilcher, funded by the Leverhulme trust, 2011 - 12)
Regional insurgency, including the use of particular methods of terrorism (Moore, funded by the British Academy, 2003). Dr Moore is also the lead researcher on a multidisciplinary and multi-institutional project that brings together expertise in disaster management, engineering and urban planning, to address areas such counter terrorism. The initial phase of the project was funded by an £905k EPSRC and ESRC grant, while the second and third phases have been funded by further grants of £180k.
Enhancing UK Conflict Management Capacity (Stefan Wolff, funded by the ESRC)
Conflict Resolution in Moldova (Stefan Wolff, funded by the ESRC)
The European Union as a Global Conflict Manager (Stefan Wolff, funded by the ESRC)
‘The Challenges to Trust-Building in Nuclear Worlds’ (Wheeler, ESRC/AHRC under RCUK’s Global Uncertainties Programme: Security for All in a Changing World’, £394,000, 2009-2012).