Alice Earley

Contact

a.earley.1@research.gla.ac.uk

0141 330 4543

View my Linkedin profile here: https://www.linkedin.com/in/alice-earley-b5719747/

Research title

Tracing the Role of Asset-Owning/ Managing Community Enterprise Organisations within Processes of Regeneration and Gentrification

Research summary

PhD Topic 

Community Enterprise, Regeneration and Gentrification: Tracing the Role of Asset-Owning/ Managing Community Enterprise Organisations

Research Interests

  • Urban and public policy
  • Urban governance and partnership approaches
  • Regeneration, particularly community-led approaches
  • Community economic development
  • Gentrification and displacement
  • Social and community enterprise
  • Community asset ownership and management

Grants

Sponsor / Funder

Economic and Social Research Council (1+3 Award)


Teaching

Graduate Teaching Assistant (2017-18)

  • Social and Public Policy 1A
  • Social and Public Policy 1B 

Graduate Teaching Assistant (2016-17)

  • Social and Public Policy 1A
  • Social and Public Policy 1B

Additional information

I hold an MA (Hons) Geography (First Class) from the University of Edinburgh, an MSc in Urban Regeneration (with Distinction) from University College London and an MRes in Urban Research (with Distinction) from the University of Glasgow. Prior to returning to university to pursue my PhD, I gained experience in public policy and economic development research and consultancy.