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Browse Academic Expert Directory

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Dr Jennifer Smith
Associate Professor
Economist specialising in macroeconomics and labour markets, monetary policy and migration. Bank of England Consultant. Member of Migration Advisory Committee, Home Office.

Coventry
United Kingdom

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Mr Kieran Smyth
Chief Compliance Officer
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London
United Kingdom

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Dr Leandro Soares Indrusiak
Senior Lecturer
Senior Lecturer, Department of Computer Science Expertise: real-time multiprocessor and distributed computing

York
United Kingdom

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Martin Sokol
Visiting Research Fellow
geography of finance; finance and post-socialist Central and Eastern Europe; finance and housing / mortgage finance.

London


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Mr Keith Somerville
Specialist asssociate lecturer
Keith Somerville is a writer and lecturer on African affairs, journalism and the global media. In January 2013, he was appointed as a Senior Research Fellow at the Institute of Commonwealth Studies at the University of London. He founded and runs the Africa, News and Analysis website and teaches the Humanitarian Communications module in the Politics and International Relations Department at the University of Kent at Canterbury. He teaches a similar module, Communications and Humanitarianism at the Centre for Journalism at the University of Kent. He is currently writing a contemporary history of Africa since 1970 for Wiley-Blackwell. His book on radio propaganda and hate broadcasting was published in October 2012. His expertise is spread across a number of fields: the international politics of Africa; Southern African military and political affairs; Africa and the media; the history and use of propaganda and hate broadcasting; analysing the global media and its coverage of major world events; finding and developing stories; news and feature writing; interview techniques; broadcast and online news reporting and production; media law and ethics, and international journalism.

Canterbury
United Kingdom

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Dr Carsten Sorensen
Senior Lecturer (Associate Professor)
Dr Carsten Sørensen is a leading authority on mobile information technology innovation and has the past decade studied; enterprise mobility, mobile platforms, organisational information services, and digital infrastructure innovation (www.digitalinfrastructures.org). Carsten lectures Information Systems and Innovation in Department of Management at The London School of Economics and Political Science, United Kingdom. He holds a BSc. in mathematics, an MSc in computer science and a Ph.D. in information systems from Aalborg University, Denmark. Carsten has since 1986 studied how ICT shapes and is shaped by emerging working practices and organizational forms. In 2001 he founded the mobility@lse (mobility.lse.ac.uk) research unit, which aims at drawing together academics with an interest in the profound changes to society, organisations and individuals from mobile, pervasive and ubiquitous information technology. Carsten has international project experience from 1990 and extensive EU research project experience from 1992. He is a Senior Editor for The Information Systems Journal, and Associate Editor of Journal of the AIS and The e-Service Journal. Carsten is on the editorial board for Information and Organization and a member of the Advisory Board for Scandinavian Journal of Information Systems. He was an Academic Advisor for The Institute for Innovation & Information Productivity and is a member of Future Foundation Global Network of Experts. Carsten also served as a member of the Advisory Board for the iSociety project at The Work Foundation. Carsten is actively engaged with executive education and has consulted for a range of organisations, for example; Microsoft, Google, Telenor, Orange, PA Consulting Group, IMF, Steria, CSC, The Mobile Virtual Centre of Excellence, 3 UK, Skype, AXA, Carphone Warehouse, CA, and The Danish Ministry of Science. He can be contacted on c.sorensen@lse.ac.uk and his homepage is located at www.carstensorensen.com

London
United Kingdom

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