Dr Alice Moseley

Biography

I was appointed Lecturer in Politics at Exeter in Jan 2016, having previously taught at the University of Southampton.

I was lucky enough following completion of my PhD in 2009 to hold post-doctoral research fellow positions on three major multi-university ESRC projects. Two of these projects investigated methods, informed by economic and psychological perspectives, aimed at influencing levels of civic engagement - the Rediscovering the Civic Project (2009-10) with the Universities of Southampton, Manchester and Exeter, and the Giving Time Project (2013-15) with UCL and the Universities of Exeter, Southampton, Manchester.  The third project examined succession effects of leaders of UK civil service agencies (Executive Agencies Project) (2010-13) wtih the Universities of Exeter, Cardiff and Kentucky.

Prior to that I completed my PhD thesis on collaborative public sector management focusing on housing/ homelessness (see more details here). The project was funded by the ESRC in collaboration with the Office of the Deputy Prime Minister with Price Waterhouse Coopers.

I teach modules on public policy/ administration (masters level), British politics (1st year) and a research led third year module on civic engagement.