Professor Andrew Massey
BA MSc PhD (Lon) FRSA AcSS
Telephone: 01392 722042
Professor of Politics, Associate Dean - International Development
I have worked in a range of areas including British, European, and US policy and politics. My main areas of research include comparative public policy, public administration and issues around the reform and modernization of government and governance at all levels in the UK, US, EU and globally. I also have a long standing interest in energy policy, especially civil nuclear energy; professionalism and ethics and accountability.
I am currently Editor in Chief of the journal 'International Review of Administrative Sciences,' and Editor for the CIPFA journal 'Public Money and Management'. I am also a member of the Council of Administration of the International Institute for Administrative Sciences.
In the recent past I have been Vice President of the European Group for Public Administration, a Trustee of the UK's Political Studies Association and Chair of the UK's Joint University Council.
My community work included over 17 years as a Justice of the Peace and several years as a Governor of a Hampshire Sixth Form College (both now completed).
I have worked in a variety of jobs on secondment, including the Department of Energy and projects for the Cabinet Office and HM Treasury (author of the "Massey Report"). I have worked with or advised at some time the National Audit Office and a wide range of UK public sector bodies and International NGOs.
In the weeks after 9/11 I addressed the United Nations on the future of public administration in the English speaking world and concerns with global governance have intrigued me ever since, dominating both my research and public service.