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Liam joined the Department of Politics at York in October 2010, after completing his PhD at the University of Birmingham. Liam has previously spent time as a Visiting Scholar at American University, Washington DC, and as a Research Scholar at the American Political Science Association Centennial Centre, Washington DC.
In 2013 Liam was awarded the Elsevier / US-UK Fulbright Commission UK Young Researcher Award (Social Science). Further information about the Award is available through the Elsevier webpage, and in an accompanying video-clip.
My research has two overarching strands.
The first of these focuses on the politics of housing systems. Here, I am particularly interested in the changing role of states and markets at both the international and domestic levels.
The second of these focuses on the politics of institutional change in global economic governance. Here, I aim to explore what drivers operational change in institutions including the IMF and World Bank.
I am keen to supervise PhD candidates in these and associated areas of (international) Political Economy and Public Policy. Please see relevant sections of the Department webpages, and drop me a line.
Member, Academic Council on United Nations System (2015 - )
Consultant, Oxford Analytica (2012 - )
Contributor, House of Commons International Development Committee (2012 - )
Member, IMF Research Network (2012 - )
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