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Research Accolades

Meet our Fellows

Being a fellow means that a researcher's work has been reviewed and recognised as outstanding by a professional association.

We have many distinguished scholars and professors in our departments who are leaders in their disciplines - meet our Fellows below.

Fellows of the Academy of Social Sciences

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Fellows of the British Academy

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Professor Margaret Archer
My theoretical work over the last twenty-five years has been devoted to the problem of structure and agency (more...)
Professor Hugh Beale

Hugh's research interests are in contract (including European contract law) and commercial law (more...)

Professor Michael J Bradshaw

Prof. Bradshaw's academic background is in human geography. He competed his undergraduate training (more...)

Professor James Beckford

Jim Beckford, Fellow of the British Academy, teaches an undergraduate module on Collective Behavior (more...)

Professor Nickie Charles

My research focuses on women and gender and includes an interest in gender relations at work and at home (more...)

Professor Nick Chater

Nick Chater joined WBS in 2010, after holding chairs in psychology at Warwick and UCL (more...)

Professor Nicholas Crafts

Director of ESRC Research Centre, CAGE: Competitive Advantage in the Global Economy (more...)

Professor Nicholas Crafts

Historical experience of economic growth. Research topics include: The Industrial Revolution (more...)

Professor Stuart Croft

From 1 February 2016, I will be taking up the role the Vice Chancellor and President of the University of Warwick (more...)

Professor Colin Crouch

Emeritus Professor of Governance and Public Management, University of Warwick Business School (more...)

Professor Colin Crouch

Emeritus Professor of Governance and Public Management, University of Warwick Business School (more...)

Professor Stuart Elden

Stuart Elden's research is at the intersection of politics, philosophy and geography. He rejoined PAIS (more...)

Professor Nigel Driffield

I am a Professor of International Business at Warwick Business School, having held a similar post at Aston (more...)

Professor Peter J. Hammond

Research Interests. Economic Theory. Games and allocation mechanisms with many agents (more...)

Professor Leslie Francis

Leslie J Francis is Professor of Religions and Education within the Warwick Religions and Education Research Unit (more...)

Professor Graham Loomes

My research is focused on the analysis of people’s preferences, particularly as they relate to decision making (more...)

Professor Steve Fuller

Steve Fuller (born 1959, New York City) graduated from Columbia University in History & Sociology (more...)

Professor Alan Norrie

I am interested in problems of the criminal law, in the idea of justice, in critical and dialectical philosophy (more...)

Professor Keith W Glaister

Keith Glaister is Associate Dean and Professor of International Business. Before joining Warwick (more...)

Professor Lord Robert Skidelsky

Research Interests. The theory of the State, the social market economy, the history of economic thought (more...)

Professor Wyn P Grant

Wyn Grant is a graduate of the universities of Leicester, Strathclyde and Exeter (more...)

Professor Simon Swain

Simon Swain was Head of Department from 00/01 to 06/07 and deputy Chair of the Arts Faculty 05-07 (more...)

Professor Anne Green

Local and regional labour markets; local skills strategies; spatial aspects of economic, social (more...)

Professor Sir Nigel Thrift

Professor Nigel Thrift is the Vice-Chancellor of the University of Warwick. Prior to this he was the Pro-Vice-Chancellor (more...)

Professor Keith Grint

I spent ten years in industry before switching to an academic career. Previously taught at Brunel (more...)

Professor Kenneth F. Wallis

Time series analysis, especially forecasting and seasonal adjustment; analysis of forecast surveys (more...)

Professor Richard P Hastings

I joined CEDAR as a Professor in 2013, having moved from the School of Psychology at Bangor (more...)

 
Professor Seamus Hegarty

Seamus Hegarty is Chair of the International Association for the Evaluation of Educational Achievement (more...)

 
Professor Gerard P Hodgkinson

Gerard P. Hodgkinson is Head of the Behavioural Science Group, Associate Dean (more...)

 
Professor Jacqueline Hodgson

Professor Hodgson has researched and written in the areas of criminal justice and comparative criminal justice (more....)

 
Professor Robert Jackson

Professor Robert (Bob) Jackson was Director of WRERU from 1994 to 2012. He is a leading figure (more...)

 
Professor Robert Lindley

Principal fields of research are concerned with:the inter-relationships between the economy (more...)

 
Professor Geoff Lindsay

I have been Director of CEDAR since 1999, having moved to the Warwick Institute of Education in 1995 (more...)

 
Professor Jim Love

Jim Love joined Warwick as Professor of International Business and Innovation in 2014 (more...)

 
Professor Shirin Rai

Shirin M. Rai is Professor in the department of Politics and International Studies. She has written (more...)

 
Professor Stephen Roper

Stephen Roper joined WBS in the Enterprise and Innovation Group in January 2008. He is Director of (more...)

 
Professor John Solomos

John Solomos is Professor of Sociology and Head of Department at the University of Warwick (more...)

 
Professor Mark Taylor

Professor Mark P Taylor is Dean and Professor of Finance at Warwick Business School (WBS) (more...)

 
Professor Sir Nigel Thrift

Professor Nigel Thrift is the Vice-Chancellor of the University of Warwick. Prior to this he was the Pro-Vice-Chancellor (more...)

 
Professor Robin Wensley

Professor of Policy and Marketing at the Warwick Business School since 1986 and was Chair of (more...)

 
Professor Simon J Williams

Simon completed his doctoral studies (in medical sociology) at Royal Holloway and Bedford New (more...)