Before moving to Glasgow, I worked at the Universities of Durham, Middlesex and Aberdeen as a researcher, lecturer in economic geography and in economic development.
My research interests include economic geography, urban and regional development, public ownership, economic democracy and employment relations.
The BBC's biggest problem? The public has no control over it
May 17, 2016 15:42 pm UTC| Insights & Views
To the relief of many in the BBC, the proposals in the governments White Paper appear relatively modest compared to what many expected. If voices on the right had their way, the government would have scrapped the licence...
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