Sara is Professor of Gender and Economics at the GCU Glasgow School for Business and Society and Director of the Centre for Economic Justice. Her research interests include equality, poverty, gender and intrahousehold distribution.
Angela O'Hagan is Senior Lecturer in the Department of Social Sciences at the GCU Glasgow School for Business and Society and Deputy Director of Wise Centre for Economic Justice and Head of Public Engagement.
Oonagh is interested in Irish history and medical history, and does interdisciplinary research in the Medical Humanities. Her research is informed by issues surrounding gender and poverty, and the impacts of these upon mental health.
Umut Korkut is Professor of International Politics at Glasgow School for Business and Society at Glasgow Caledonian University
Gender and equality related issues are central to Nina’s research interests, with a particular focus on work, employment and organisations. A large part of her research focuses on professional and managerial employment.
Amanda’s research concerns intersecting inequalities in the realms of food and agriculture, trade and international development. Her work engages feminist and anti-imperialist perspectives on political economy and geography.
Emily has undertaken extensive research into gender-based occupational segregation and the Scottish Modern Apprenticeship programme.
A Reader in Economics, Jim’s current research is in the areas of Scottish economics performance and the gender impact of recession and recovery
Alison provides administrative and research advice to researchers in the Glasgow School for Business and Society, with a particular focus on the Wise Centre for Economic Justice.
Osman's research interests include populism, authoritarianism, democratic breakdown and ethnic conflict. He works as a research fellow for DEMOS - Democratic Efficacy and the Varieties of Populism in Europe.
Claire's research interests extend across public policy and management including societal risk and vulnerability within communities; austerity and inequality; local government finance and associated risks in public service provision.
Lena's research interests include migration and asylum policies in the EU and Greece, political discourses of migration and asylum, policy responses to the refugee ‘crisis’, and the intersections between migration, exclusion, racism and the state.
Marcus is Project Manager at the GCU-led EU AMIF (Asylum and Migrant Integration Fund) funded VOLPOWER: Enhancing Community Building and Social Integration through Dialogue and Collaboration amongst Young Europeans and Third Country Nationals.
Karla’s research interests include structural discrimination, intersectionality, identity politics, multidimensional theories of justice, social movements, freedom of expression, hate speech, hate crime, critical, feminist, and socio-legal approaches.
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.
Lorna is a community activist and a Professor in the Faculty of Law at the University of Manitoba. Her research looks at the work of care, its importance to carers and those who depend on care, and how legal frameworks support or fail these relationships.