Hepburn appointed Senior Lecturer
Dr Eve Hepburn has been appointed Senior Lecturer in Politics.
Eve works on comparative European politics, with a specialisation in territorial politics, political parties and multi-level governance. She has authored over 25 peer-reviewed publications and currently holds a research grant from the ESRC on the politics of island autonomy, a SSHRC grant on parties and electoral behaviour in Scotland and Quebec, and a grant funded by the Sardinian Government to draw up guidelines for re-writing the Sardinian constitution (statuto speciale).
Eve is Depute Director of the Academy of Government – the UK’s first professional school of public policy. She is Co-Director of the Master of Public Policy and Executive Programme in Public Policy, and helps provide strategic and operational direction for the Academy. She is also a founding member of the Scottish Policy Innovation Forum (SPIF), Co-Convenor of the ECPR Standing Group on Federalism and Regionalism, Associate Editor of Scottish Affairs, and has provided consultancy to the BBC, Scottish Funding Council, Glasgow City Council and the Scottish Parliament.