A Reader in Economics, Jim’s current research is in the areas of Scottish economics performance and the gender impact of recession and recovery
Sara Cantillon is Professor of Gender and Economics at the GCU Glasgow School for Business and Society and Director of the WiSE Research Centre.
Rosalind joins GCU in April 2017. She worked at Radboud University,Netherlands on an EU funded Marie Curie IEF Postdoctoral Fellowship. She completed her PhD at Edinburgh University and has been a visiting scholar at Humbolt University, Berlin.
Emeritus Professor at the University of Essex and Chair of the UK Women’s Budget Group, Professor Elson research focuses on fiscal policy, gender equality and human rights.
Eleanor’s research interests encompass the nature of work, employment relations, access to justice and social equality. Her current work focuses on employment tribunals, precarious work and ‘bogus’ self-employment.
Umut Korkut has an international reputation in the research areas of European politics, with specialisation in East European and Turkish politics; in migration and forced migration; and in religion, gender and politics.
Alison provides administrative and research support to the WiSE Research Centre.
Leaza is an economist and economics lecture with research expertise in regional economic development (particularly EU Cohesion policy) and labour market issues (social inclusion and wage inequality).
As a Research Fellow in the Institute for Society and Social Justice Research, Angela is a member of the Inequality, Gender and Public Policy Thematic Research Group.
Emily Thomson has undertaken extensive research into gender-based occupational segregation and the Scottish Modern Apprenticeship programme.
Irish history and medical history, and increasingly working in interdisciplinary area of Medical Humanities. Research informed by issues surrounding gender and poverty, and the impacts of these upon mental health in particular.