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The Advisory Group

 

The Advisory Group is comprised of policy partners and academics in the field. They play a key role in guiding, supporting and challenging the research team, and facilitating knowledge exchange with various audiences.
The members are:

  • Professor Tony Wright (Chair)
  • Professor Sandra Van Thiel (Radboud University)
  • Dr Muiris MacCarthaigh (Queen’s University Belfast)
  • Tim Crouch (Cabinet Office)
  • Oonagh Gay (House of Commons Library)
  • Thomas Elston (Nottingham University)
  • Professor Oliver James (University of Exeter)
  • Jill Rutter (Institute for Government)
  • Amy Noonan (Public Chairs Forum)

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New Report: The Role of the Public Chairs’ Forum

New Report: The Role of the Public Chairs’ Forum

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Team appear in front of select committee

Team appear in front of select committee

Professor Chris Skelcher and Dr Katie Tonkiss gave evidence to the Public Administration Select Committee on Tuesday, 29 April, as part of its inquiry into the accountability...

 
When agency delegations are with/re-drawn: UK ALB reform, 2010-14

When agency delegations are with/re-drawn: UK ALB reform, 2010-14

As part of the research being conducted for Pillar 3, Professor Chris Skelcher and Dr Katie Tonkiss recently gave a presentation on the nature of arm’s-length...

 
Irish Presidency of EU conduct survey on public service reform

Irish Presidency of EU conduct survey on public service reform

The Irish Presidency of the EU has conducted a detailed survey on the different systems and traditions of public administration, as well as how public services have...