Over 30 years' experience of engagement with Eastern Europe, especially Russia and Ukraine, as researcher, consultant, trainer, policy advisor and visiting faculty focusing primarily on public administration and city government. I have had substantial experience also in Kazakhstan,Moldova and Romania, and have also worked in Uzbekistan, Azerbaijan, Kyrgyzstan and Hungary. My involvement in the reform of Russian Federal relations over many years led to my more recent research interest in the comparative structure and governance of empires.
In analysing the structure and functioning of Russian and post-communist governance I have drawn on my background in organizational behaviour and in the relationship between power, culture and strategy.
Senior Lecturer, International Development
Brunel University, Management
University of Bristol , French and Russian
‘Imperialism' and 'Federalism': The Ambiguity of State and City in Russia, in U.Sadioglu and K. Dede(eds.) Handbook of Research on Comparative Politics and Reformation in Local Governments, Hershey, IGI Global, pp.354-373
Decentralization and Localism: beyond Saxons and Normans? , Regional Innovations 1:2016. Pages 5-12
East, West, Rome's best? The imperial turn. , Global Discourse, 3(1), 34-47.
Environmental mainstreaming: The organisational challenges of policy integration., Nunan, F., Campbell, A., & Foster, E. Public Administration and Development, 32(3), 262-277.
British Association for Slavonic and East European Studies