PhD doctoral researchers

A research degree is a unique opportunity to develop new skills, develop problem-solving abilities and make a valuable contribution to new knowledge.

Current PhD profiles from the Institute of Local Government Studies:

Adriana Algarin Castillo

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Adriana Algarin is starting a doctoral research about social accountability and its relation to local government performance and citizen engagement.

Francisco Moller

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Effects of grant competition in Chilean municipalities

Timea Nochta

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Network governance and low carbon transitions in European cities

Brenda Ogembo

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"Participating in Participation" or Influencing Policy Outcomes? Evaluating the Effects of Public Participation in Kenya's County Assemblies

Bryony Rudkin

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Dramaturgy of political decision making in English local government.

Sirinbhattra Sathabhornwong

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Relationships between Thai Local Authorities' Collaborative Capacities and Outcomes from their Collaborations for Waste Management.

Steve Winterflood

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Measuring Levels of Authority in England, 1945-2015.

Adam Payler

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Adam Payler is undertaking doctoral research on the relationship between democratic performance and organizational performance, using the recent introduction of the Police and Crime Commissioner governance model in England as a case study.

Sally Ward

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Sally Ward is undertaking doctoral research investigating temporal patterns of self-organising active citizenship based on the case of an urban neighbourhood in the UK.

Course information: Local Government Studies PhD/MPhil.