How to contact us

HP Innovation Research Programme
Centre for Economic Performance
London School of Economics and Political Science
Houghton Street
London WC2A 2AE

Tel: +44 (0)20 7955 7285
Fax: +44 (0)20 7955 6848

 

Enquiries: Jo Cantlay, Programme Secretary

 

 If you would like to book BOX for an event please contact Conferences and Events Office| on 020 7107 5315.

 

Who's who

Patrick Dunleavy

Professor of Political Science and Public Policy at LSE and Chair of LSE Public Policy, a research consultancy carrying out public policy evaluation and research on public policy issues including privatisation, regulation and outsourcing. His current research work concerns e-government issues, public services, citizens' redress, and how central governments relate to the IT industry.

He has authored and edited numerous books on political science theory, British politics and urban politics, and more than 50 articles in professional journals.
Contact details: Room K300, 020 7955 7178, p.dunleavy@lse.ac.uk| 

Patrick Dunleavy

Patrick Humphreys

Director of the Department of Social Psychology, LSE and co-director of the London Multimedia Lab. His expertise is in decision-making and decision support systems; project management; organisational transformation; primary health care resource enhancement; authoring and communication in multimedia; community development; and networking. He is a fellow of the Royal Society of Arts Industry and Commerce (FRSA). He is particularly interested in achieving change in society through participatory multimedia.
Contact details: Room S303/ H506, 020 7955 7711/ 020 7955 7402, p.humphreys@lse.ac.uk| 

Patrick Humphreys

Garrick Jones

Visiting Fellow in the Department of Social Psychology at LSE. He is particularly experienced in working with organisations on innovation strategies using collaborative learning and design. He has worked with teams to develop and launch collaborative environments in Europe, Africa, the United States and Asia. His research is focused on large-scale group decision support systems, innovation and creativity in organisations, culture and education.
Contact details: Room S309, 020 7955 6795, g.a.jones1@lse.ac.uk| 

Garrick Jones

Carol Lorac

A senior research fellow in the Department of Social Psychology, LSE. She is co-director of the London Multimedia Lab. Her field of expertise is audiovisual composition and multimedia communication, including the theory and practice underlying the creative use of rich audiovisual language. She previously established the Department of Media Arts at Royal Holloway University of London.
Contact details: Room H506, 020 7955 7402, c.lorac@lse.ac.uk| 

Carol Lorac

Professor Robin Mansell

Holds the Dixons Chair in New Media and the Internet in the Department of Media and Communications at LSE. Her research is concerned with the social, economic and policy issues arising from innovations in information and communication technologies. Her work examines the integration of new technologies into society, the interaction between engineering design and the structure of markets, and the sources of regulatory effectiveness and failure.

See Professor Robin Mansell|'s staff page in the Media@LSE| section.
Contact details: Room S107, 020 7955 6380, r.e.mansell@lse.ac.uk| 

Professor Robin Mansell

Shani Orgad

Lecturer in Media and Communications at LSE. Her research interests include internet studies, media and everyday life, media and globalisation, narrative and media, health and new media, and gender and media. Her recent research focused on the use of the internet in the lives of women who suffer from breast cancer.

See Shani Orgad|'s staff page in the Media@LSE| section.
Contact details: Room S106B, 020 7955 6493, s.s.orgad@lse.ac.uk| 

Shani Orgad

Danny Quah

Professor of Economics at LSE. He has written widely on economic growth and distribution, knowledge-based 'weightless' economies and the economics of information technology. He is director of the Andrew Mellon programme on Information Technology and the Weightless Economy at LSE. He is currently working on income distribution dynamics and on the economics of intellectual property rights.

See Danny Quah's web page|.
Contact details: Room S486, 020 7955 7535, d.quah@lse.ac.uk|

Danny Quah

John Van Reenen

Professor of Economics at the London School of Economics and director of the Centre for Economic Performance. He has published widely on the economics of innovation, labour markets and productivity. He was a senior policy advisor to the Secretary of State for Health, Downing Street, and other parts of the UK government, a partner in the economic consultancy, Lexecon, and until 2003 Professor of Economics at University College London (UCL).

See John Van Reenen|'s staff page in the Centre for Economic Performance| section.
Contact details: Room R460, 020 7955 6976, j.vanreenen@lse.ac.uk|

John Van Reenen

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