Emeritus professors

Professor Richard Batley

Professor Richard Batley

Emeritus Professor of Development Administration

International Development Department

Richard Batley is Emeritus Professor of Development Administration at the International Development Department, School of Government, University of Birmingham. His research interests are in government, service delivery, non-state service provision, public-private partnership, regulation, urban policy, and aid management.

He has experience in Britain, Latin America, Africa and South Asia, and has ...

Telephone
+44 (0)121 414 4985
Email
r.a.batley@bham.ac.uk

Emeritus Professor Tony Bovaird

Emeritus Professor Tony Bovaird

Emeritus Professor of Public Management and Governance

Institute of Local Government Studies

Tony Bovaird is a leading authority on public sector strategic management, performance management and user and community co-production. In addition to being Emeritus Professor at the University of Birmingham he is a Visiting Professor at the National School of Public Administration, Brazil, a member of the Scientific Board of the German Public Administration Research Foundation and ...

Email
t.bovaird@bham.ac.uk

Emeritus Professor Julian Cooper

Emeritus Professor Julian Cooper

Emeritus Professor of Russian Economic Studies

Centre for Russian, European and Eurasian Studies

Julian Cooper is Professor Emeritus at the Centre for Russian and East European Studies of the University of Birmingham and was Director of the Centre from 1990 to 2001 and again during 2007-08.

Telephone
+44 (0)121 414 4965
Email
j.m.cooper@bham.ac.uk

Emeritus Professor Philip Hanson

Emeritus Professor Philip Hanson

Emeritus Professor of the Political Economy of Russia and Eastern Europe

Centre for Russian, European and Eurasian Studies

Author of The Rise and Fall of the Soviet Economy (2003); The Consumer in the Soviet Economy; Advertising and Socialism; Trade and Technology in Soviet-Western Relations; Western Economic Statecraft and From Stagnation to Catastroika; co-author, The Comparative Economics of Research, Development and Innovation in East and West. Co-editor, Regional Economic Change in Russia; Alexander Zinoviev as ...

Email
philip.hanson@btinternet.com

Emeritus Professor Maureen Perrie

Emeritus Professor of Russian History

Centre for Russian, European and Eurasian Studies

Author of a number of publications on Russian history from the sixteenth to the twentieth century, her books include: The Agrarian Policy of the Russian Socialist-Revolutionary Party (1976), The Image of Ivan the Terrible in Russian Folklore (1987), Pretenders and Popular Monarchism in Early Modern Russia (1995), The Cult of Ivan the Terrible in Stalin's Russia (2001) and (with Andrei Pavlov) ...

Email
m.p.perrie@bham.ac.uk

Emeritus Professor Peter Preston

Emeritus Professor Peter Preston

Emeritus Professor of Political Sociology

Department of Political Science and International Studies

Research and teaching has revolved around the issue of complex change and this has been pursued in the areas of development theory, comparative politics of East Asia and the political culture of Britain.

Telephone
+44 (0)121 414 6527
Email
p.w.preston@bham.ac.uk

Emeritus Professor John Raine

Emeritus Professor John Raine

Professor of Management in Criminal Justice

Institute of Local Government Studies

John has been an academic member of staff at the Institute of Local Government Studies since 1979, during which time he has served two terms as Director (from 1995-2001 and from 2009-2011) as well as Director of Postgraduate Research, and Director of Postgraduate Studies. He was founder director of the University's brand-leading Public Service MBA programme and of the MSc in Public ...

Email
j.w.raine@bham.ac.uk

Emeritus Professor Carole Rakodi

Emeritus Professor Carole Rakodi

Emeritus Professor, Director, Religions and Development Research Programme

International Development Department

Professor Carole Rakodi, International Development Department, Emeritus Professor, Director, Religions and Development Research Programme.

Email
c.rakodi@bham.ac.uk

Emeritus Professor Catherine Staite

Emeritus Professor Catherine Staite

Emeritus Professor

Institute of Local Government Studies

Catherine Staite provides consultancy support and CPD programmes on leadership and governance, organisational development and managing relationships between politicians and managers. Catherine is also a qualified coach, specialising in coaching both political and managerial leaders.

Email
c.staite@bham.ac.uk

Emeritus Professor Colin Thain

Emeritus Professor Colin Thain

Emeritus Professor of Political Science

Department of Political Science and International Studies

Colin Thain is a political scientist and political economist who has been researching on the role of economic institutions and economic policy making for thirty years.

Telephone
+44 (0)121 415 1052
Email
c.thain@bham.ac.uk