Project Manager and Researcher
Tamsin Murray Leach is researcher and editor who has worked both in the commercial and academic sectors. Having contributed regularly as a journalist to the national press, she most recently spent four years as a researcher, editor and project manager working in the Civil Society unit at the London School of Economics and Political Science. Her research interests include the changing role of taxation and other constructs of the ‘social compact’ across different techno-economic paradigms, and the impact of bottom-up politics on the diffusion of technological potential. She holds an MSc (with distinction) in Human Rights from the London School of Economics and Political Science (LSE).
Deel, S. and Murray Leach, T., (2015) ‘Political Blockage and the Absence of Europe: Subterranean Politics in London’, in Kaldor, M. and Selchow, S. (eds.) Subterranean Politics in Europe. Chapter 7. Basingstoke: Palgrave Macmillan.
Murray Leach, T. (2014) ‘Crisis Discourses in Europe: EU-phemisms’, Background Paper, Civil Society and Human Security Unit, London School of Economics.
Perez, C. and Mazzucato, M., (2015 ) ‘Innovation as Growth Policy: the challenge for Europe’ in Fagerberg, J., S. Laestadius and B. Martin (eds.) The Triple Challenge for Europe: Development, Climate Change and Governance. Chapter 9. Oxford: Oxford University Press [chapter editor]
(also released as SPRU Working Paper series, No. 13, 2014: 2014-13_SWPS_Mazzucato-Perez.pdf (1.2mb))
Kaldor, M. and Selchow, S. (eds.) (2015) Subterranean Politics in Europe. Basingstoke: Palgrave Macmillan [managing editor]
Kaldor, M., Moore, H.L. and Selchow, S. (eds) (2012) Global Civil Society 2012: Ten Years of Critical Reflection, Palgrave MacMillan [managing editor]