Clare researches social movements, protest and environmental politics. Her work has been particularly focused on environmental and global justice movements, although she has recently been engaged in a pan-European study of protest on a range of issues. Her current work looks at pro-environmental behaviour change – looking especially at energy use and clothing – and climate change policy networks.
Gill’s research covers regional economic development; regional economic resilience; local and regional competitiveness; and regional policy.
Kirstin’s research focus lies on multivariate, spatial and temporal dependence phenomena in extreme value theory providing theoretically sound procedures for the quantitative assessment or rare and typically hazardous events (as good as possible, knowing the limitations is also an important issue).
Max’ research focuses on economics of recreational angling, ecosystem services, hydropower; Welsh economy; inward investment; tourism economics; regional economics and policy and corporate restructuring.