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We are recruiting a temporary lecturer in Politics and Public Policy at the University of Stirling

Please see our Vacancy page for the details: https://www.stir.ac.uk/about/work-at-stirling/list/details/?jobId=2353&jobTitle=Lecturer%20in%20Public%20Policy I am the pre-interview contact point and these are my personal thoughts on that process, which blend background information and some helpful advice. These notes are also there to address a … Continue reading

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We are recruiting a Lecturer or Senior Lecturer in International Politics at the University of Stirling

I am the pre-interview contact point and these are my personal thoughts on that process, which blend background information and some helpful advice. This advice is designed to mimic – as far as possible – the conversation we might have … Continue reading

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We are recruiting three lecturers in Politics at the University of Stirling

Senior lectureship/ Associate Professor in Comparative Politics Lectureship in International Politics Lectureship in Politics and Public Policy (4 years – Horizon 2020 programme IMAJINE) I am the pre-interview contact point and these are my personal thoughts on that process, which … Continue reading

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We are recruiting a Senior Lecturer/ Associate Professor in International Politics at the University of Stirling

The details are here, and they include this discussion of further particulars: We seek to appoint a Senior Lecturer or Associate Professor (grade 9) in international politics with an emphasis on the politics and policy of the European Union. International … Continue reading

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We are recruiting a lecturer in international politics at the University of Stirling – emphasis on human rights and gender

The details are here I am the pre-interview contact point and these are my personal thoughts on that process, which blend background information and some helpful advice. The lectureship is in International Politics, with a particular emphasis on human rights … Continue reading

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We are recruiting two lecturers in Politics at the University of Stirling.

I am the pre-interview contact point and these are my personal thoughts on that process, which blend background information and some helpful advice. One lectureship is in Political Economy and the other is Comparative European Politics. Our department currently has … Continue reading

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One year research post at Stirling, energy politics and policy in a multi-level UK

Update: the deadline has passed and the interviews will be May 1st. We are recruiting: Research Assistant in Energy Politics and Public Policy. The post is one year full time and it begins as soon as possible (hopefully early May). … Continue reading

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Three ways to encourage policy learning

This is a guest post by  Claire A. Dunlop (left) and Claudio M. Radaelli (right), discussing how to use insights from the Policy Learning literature to think about how to learn effectively or adapt to the processes of ‘learning’ in policymaking that are more about … Continue reading

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How to ‘institutionalise’ good staff recruitment practices in Universities

I occasionally write blog posts on how we want to recruit new colleagues. The approach is based on four things that go beyond formal advertisements: Thinking about the social background of your likely pool of recruitment (some fields are more … Continue reading

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The background of new MSPs

There is an interesting set of stories, by David Leask and colleagues in the Herald, about the background of MSPs. I take an interest as part of a team of scholars comparing backgrounds in Westminster and devolved assemblies. Normally, one … Continue reading

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Scottish Election 2011 – SPICe Briefing

Here is something I wrote for the Scottish Parliament Information Centre’s 2011 election briefing. It has been edited a bit by SPICe so, if you have a lot of time on your hands, feel free to try to spot the … Continue reading

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Scottish Government and Public Policy September 2009

This is chapter 4 of the Scottish Devolution Monitoring Report September 2009, but with added references at the end. For the full reports see http://www.ucl.ac.uk/constitution-unit/research/devolution/devo-monitoring-programme.html Key Points: The neutrality and conduct of senior Scottish Government civil servants has come under … Continue reading

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