School of Social Sciences - PhD CASE (ESRC) - Incentivising Professionals to Facilitate Serious and Organised Crimes (PhD Criminology) - deadline 28 February 2020
Type of award
Professor Nicholas Lord
- UK/EU tuition fees for 3 years
- Maintenance stipend £15,009 per year
- Access to Research Training Grant
This project addresses this research gap by implementing qualitative, narrative interviews with `offenders' and utilising an ego-net social network analysis to build an understanding of professional relations. Relevant training will be provided but some experience with social network analysis will be advantageous.
Continuation of award
Continuation of the award is subject to satisfactory progress.
Level(s) of study
This funding is available to students undertaking the following types of study:
- Postgraduate research
Allowed study options
This funding is available to students undertaking the following modes of study:
This funding is available to students undertaking study in:
School of Social Sciences
28 Feb 2020
Interviews will be held on 24 March 2020 . You will be notified no later than 13 March whether you have been short-listed for interview.
Which professionals facilitate serious and organised crimes, and why do they do it ? Through an integrated criminological and sociological/social network analytical perspective, this research will empirically examine and build theory on how and why `professional' actors are incentivised (broadly defined) to facilitate serious and organised crimes within the UK.
Contact details for enquiries
- Professor Nicholas Lord
Professor of Criminology
Tel: 0161 275 5466