Hockley, Tony

Dr Tony Hockley  

Department

Position held

Guest Teacher

 

Non LSE positions held

Policy Analysis Centre

Director

 

Experience keywords:

behavioural change; economics; policy analysis

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Analysis of policy change. Former adviser to UK Civil Aviation Authority, Secretary of State for Health, and European Public Policy Director at GSKplc, and Head of Research at the Social Market Foundation. Author of studies for several influential think tanks. Past research includes analysis of health reforms, market liberalisation, and international development. Academic research concentrates on processes of change, whether in policy or individual behaviour.

Sectors and industries to which research relates:

Consultancy; Energy; Environment; Policy and Regulatory Bodies; Public Administration

Countries and regions to which research relates:

Europe; Global; UK

Languages:

French [Spoken: Basic, Written: Basic]

Media experience:

Has written for mainstream press; Radio; TV

Contact Points

LSE phone number:

+44 (0)20 7955 7670

Alt phone number:

+44 (0)7768 237 389

Alt email:

tony@policy-centre.com

Publications

2017

Hockley, Tony (2017) Immigration policy will be the test of Theresa May’s “shared society” British Politics and Policy at LSE (10 Jan 2017) Blog entry

2016

Hockley, Tony (2016) Clear red lines, flexibility and the public’s support: we’re on our way to a rational Brexit LSE Brexit (20 Dec 2016) Blog entry

2006

Hockley, Tony and Sedgley, Mike (2006) A comprehensive review of the existing literature on cholesterol management In: Hockley, Tony and Pollard, Stephen and Sedgley, Mike, (eds.) Cholesterol: the Public Policy Implications of Not Doing Enough. Stockholm Network, London, UK, 9-19.

Hockley, Tony and Kanavos, Panos and Rudisill, Caroline (2006) The IFPMA Health Partnerships Survey: a critical appraisal London School of Economics and Political Science, London, UK.

2004

Hockley, Tony and Nieto, D (2004) Hands up for school choice Heron, Dawson and Sawyer, London, UK. ISBN 095456118X

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