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Stephen Greasley

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University of Exeter (United Kingdom)


Dr Stephen Greasley is a lecturer in public policy at the University of Exeter. His research and teaching focus on political economy and public policy. His current work focuses on economic governance and the organisation of the state. One focus is on the relationship between government and its large contractors, and how the distinctively political pressures on companies providing public services. A second focus is on if, and how, governments learn about economic institutions and policy over the medium term from the experience of other nations. He teaches a second year module, Politics of the World Economy, a Masters in Public Administration module on Public Policy, and a third year module on Localism and Decentralisation. He has a PhD in Political Geography from the University of Sheffield. He is a visiting profesor at IBEI from October to December 2015.