This is a non-exhaustive list of University of Bath academics from across our Faculties and School of Management who can provide analysis on aspects of the UK general election 2024 from multiple angles.

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British Politics

David (Dai) Moon: Brit Pol, parties, esp. Labour, devolution, Wales, campaigning, communication

Fran Amery: Brit Pol, esp gender

Peter Allen: Brit Pol, parties

Mike Bolt: Brit Pol, media, Brexit

Sophie Whiting: Brit Pol, especially Northern Ireland, gender, political violence, women

Yukteshwar Kumar: British Pol, China, India


Faisal Sharif: Energy policy, net zero, climate & energy justice, decarbonisation

Samuel Hampton: Climate policy

Sophia Hatzisavvidou: Climate politics

Lorraine Whitmarsh: Climate, transport, energy, psychology

Defence and Security

David Galbreath: Security in international relations, science, technology

Patrick Bury: Defence, national security, warfare, counter-terrorism

Paul Higate: Military, security


Rachel Wilder: School Policy, school practices, sex education, mental health, gender-based violence

Matt Dickson: Education, grammar schools, social mobility


Alistair Hunt: Environment and climate change economics

Asgerdur Petursdotir: Monetary policy

Bruce Morley: Macroeconomics, monetary economics, finance

Chris Martin: Macroeconomics, finance and international finance, inflation, unemployment

Elenora Fichera: Health economics, family policies, maternity leave, shared parental leave

Javier Rivas: Political economics, voting issues, information aggregation, how voters thing working on voting issues and information aggregation

Joana Clifton Sprigg: Labour economist, shared parental leave, maternity policy, family policies, migration, Brexit, hate crime

Jonathan James: Health economics, education, labour


Andrew Rowell: Tobacco

Lucy Maddox: Children and adolescent mental health, healthcare, wellbeing, burnout

Phil Chamberlain: Tobacco

The EU and Foreign Policy

Andre Barrinha: EU policies

Marica Gracia: Trade policy, trade agreements in the EU and UK

Milena Romano: EU policies

Women and Gender

Ana Weeks: Women in politics, gender, incentives, barriers, female engagement in voting and politics

Hilde Coffe: Women in politics, incentives, barriers, female engagement in voting and politics

Jennifer Thomson: Gender, devolution, foreign policy

Kaitlin Senk: Women’s representation and political polarization

Susan Milner: Gender, equality, employment policy, social policy, households


Aurelien Mon: Far right

George Newth: Far right

Brad Evans: social affairs, regional disparity, unemployment, poverty, violence,

Matt Dickson: Education, grammar schools, social mobility

Neil Howard: Universal Basic Income, anti-poverty policy, international development policy

Tina Skinner: Disability policy

Touseef Mir: Electoral violence, Islamophobia, political conflicts, military occupations

Waradas Thiyagaraja: Xenophobia, LGBT, conflict, development, queer