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Institute of Governance

 Objectives
The Governance cluster facilitates research in subject areas that include European Union law (institutional and substantive), administrative law (national and supranational), corporate governance, democratic theory, and e-government. Its broader research perspective is inter-disciplinary. It thus has close links to the Institute of Governance at Queen's, and its members have complementary backgrounds in law, politics, and international relations. The cluster also encourages collaborative work, and members are currently involved in projects with a number of external partners. These projects have both policy based and theoretical dimensions.

The cluster at the same time provides an important pool for the Law School 's teaching commitments in the area of Governance, and several members are actively involved in the Institute of Governance 's DGov programme . The cluster will likewise be central to the School's forthcoming MGov programme, which will commence in 2007-2008.

 

Director

Prof Sally Wheeler
Socio-Legal Studies in Company Law, Corporate Governance, Contract Law, Legal History

Members

Professor Gordon Anthony
Administrative Law, Impact of European Law on Domestic Public Law Systems

Prof Norma Dawson
Intellectual Property, Land Law, Legal History, Charity Law

Prof John Morison
Legal Theory; Constitutional Law and Theory especially Democracy

Prof Elizabeth Meehan
(Emerita) Citizenship, Women, Northern Ireland and the European Union

Prof Sharon Turner
Environmental Law (EC and National Dimensions), EC Constitutional Law

Professor Jack Anderson
Sports Law

Dr Qingxiu Bu
Corporate Law; Cross-Border Merger & Acquisitions and Insolvency; Comparative Corporate Governance

Dr Peter Doran
Sustainable Development, Green Political Economy, Global Environmental Politics, Climate Change

Dr Dimitrios Doukas
EU Law, European & Comparative Public Law, Human Rights, Media Law

Dr Mark Flear
EU Trade Law, EU Constitutionalism, Governance, Constructivism and Europeanisation

Dr Brian Jack
European Law, Environmental Law, Commercial Law

Dr Ciarán O'Kelly
Corporate governance, ethics of regulation and the state, ethics of public administration

Dr Dieter Pesendorfer
Multi-level Governance, Governing Risks, Regulatory Competition and Governance, Participatory & Sustainable Governance

Dr Bal Sokhi-Bulley
Critical approaches to human rights; rights and governance; human rights in the European Union