Jonathan Rose is associate professor in politics and research methodology. He worked at the University of Nottingham between 2011 and 2015 as a research fellow, and completed a PhD at the University of Nottingham in 2012.
Since completing his PhD, he has published on a broad range of topics concerning research methodology and public policy broadly conceived. His first book, The Public Understanding of Political Integrity, was published by Palgrave in 2014 and investigates what things citizens view as 'integrity', what causes their perceptions of integrity, and what the consequences of those perceptions are. Since then he has published numerous articles and book chapters on issues surrounding public attitudes, corruption, integrity, and good governance. He won the prize for best guest editorial in Public Integrity (2017) for "Brexit, Trump, and Post-Truth Politics". Since 2018 he has worked as managing editor of the journal Public Integrity (published by Taylor & Francis for the American Society for Public Administration).