Podcasts: I have recorded two episodes of UCL’s ‘Uncovering Politics’ podcast, one talking about governments and private sector suppliers, which draws on my research on public-private partnerships in particular. It is available to listen to here: https://ucl-uncovering-politics.simplecast.com/episodes/governments-and-private-sector-suppliers
In the other episode, I talk about my research on the effects of electoral rules on female political representation and quality, focusing on the within-country research design in this paper. It is available to listen to here: https://ucl-uncovering-politics.simplecast.com/episodes/voting-systems-and-the-representation-of-women
Blog posts: A UCL Policy Lab blog post entitled ‘Why should the government care about procurement? Because the public does’ that relies upon some of my research is available to read here: https://www.ucl.ac.uk/policy-lab/news/2022/may/why-should-government-care-about-procurement-because-public-does UCL Policy Lab is a joint endeavour between the Departments of Political Science and Economics at UCL and deploys new data and cutting-edge research in partnership with communities, charities, businesses and governments in the search for transformative solutions in the UK and across the world.
A blog post in PUBLIC about my research on the politics of public-private partnerships is available to read here: http://esadepublic.esade.edu/posts/post/the-politics-of-public-private-partnerships-establishing-a-research-agenda PUBLIC is a creative forum for debate, training, and dissemination of ideas in the public governance and management field at both local and international levels. An initiative supporting innovative leaderships in the public sector, PUBLIC reaches more than 10,000 practitioners and scholars around the world.