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Director of Centre for Housing Policy
Professor of Social Policy
- BA Hons, Politics (Portsmouth Polytechnic)
- MA (Econ) Public Policy and Administration (University of Manchester)
Professor Nicholas Pleace joined CHP in 1991. His research explores the interrelationships between housing and poverty. His interests centre on comparative research, particularly across Europe and the Anglophone countries and on transdisciplinary research that encompasses inequalities in health, life chances/opportunity, area effects in urban space, housing precarity and homelessness.
- Cost effectiveness
- Social and community integration
- Economic integration
- Homelessness and housing exclusion
- International comparisons
- Welfare taxonomies
- Urban studies
Nicholas has an interest in experimental and quasi-experimental service evaluation and international comparative research. He is a specialist in mixed methods and interdisciplinary research.
Nicholas is interested in MA, MPhil and PhD supervision on areas including housing exclusion, homelessness, the social and economic integration of people with support needs, social housing management and the use of ICTs in social and welfare policy.