Jon specialises in estuarine, marine and terrestrial environmental economics - especially the economics of ecosystem services, environmental valuation and management. He also has long standing research interests in regional development, development economics and agricultural economics. Jon has contributed to the delivery of multidisciplinary projects funded by the European Union, including Vectors, Marbef, Devotes and Eurotroph.
Keshab specialises in general equilibrium analysis of macro and micro economic policy issues and econometrics. EU themes can be found in his publications and lectures on advanced macroeconomics, advanced microeconomics and econometric analysis. He has been investigator and co-investigator for research projects funded by e.g. the British Academy, EPSRC, NCPA and Suffolk University (USA). He is Editor-in-Chief of the Journal of Development Economics and Finance which publishes on EU issues. Keshab is keen developing EU agenda on work and equality as the current president of UCU’s Hull branch.
Christopher is an internationally renowned specialist in public sector management, public procurement and public private partnerships. His fields of expertise cover international business and trade law, European Union law, anti-trust, energy, transport and telecommunications.
Prof James Connelly (emeritus professor)
James’ research focuses primarily on environmental politics and ethics, and political theory
Joanne’s research has centred on issues of European governance since her doctorate on European Citizenship. Over the past 25 years Joe’s research has focused on the evolution of European social policy in the spheres of adult social care, coproduction, community engagement and state-voluntary sector relationships. Her core research examines cross-sectoral collaboration with projects currently funded on collaborative approaches to community needs during the pandemic (ESRC), preventative social care (NIHR) and collaboration between research, practitioners and citizens around services for older people (NIHR).
Mahrukh’s research specialisation, related to CEG activities, is in the area of comparative regionalism and inter-regionalism, specifically regionalism in Latin America (mainly focused on Mercosur) as well as European Union-Mercosur negotiations.
Prof Matt Flynn
Matt’s research focuses on social dialogue, embedded in national regulatory frameworks of most EU member states as well as the European Commission. It provides a framework for addressing workforce issues through pluralism and negotiations between business and labour. Lessons from EU can help UK businesses, unions and government find solutions to intractable problems like ageing workforces, skills shortages and precarious work.
Martina is a comparative lawyer, with research interests in comparative public and EU law, with specific focus on the protection of citizens’ rights and issues in law and language.
Elizabeth’s research and teaching focuses on a wide range of European Union issues including democracy and legitimacy in Europe, Brexit, civil society and citizen activism. In addition to being a Senior Lecturer at Hull University, she has also been a lecturer for the Hansard Society Scholars programme since 2010 and is now a visiting fellow and member of the society's academic governance board.
Prof Noel O’Sullivan (emeritus professor)
Noel’s research focuses on the nature of European unity, its implications for liberal democracy, and its relation to the international order.
Rudi’s research has focused especially on EU and comparative European environmental policy and politics, EU and German politics, environmental policy instruments and the ecological modernisation of structurally disadvantaged cities.
Qin is a financial economist whose primary research interest is in the price stability and accessibility of housing and mortgage markets. Her earlier research focused on the mathematical and econometric aspects of these topics, which has evolved gradually into the policy area that relates to regional disparity and social inequality.