Anne Daguerre is Associate Professor in Work, Welfare and Employment. She completed a PhD in political science in 1998. Anne has held several visiting appointments in the United States. In 2017 she was a Fulbright fellow in the Schar School of Policy and Government at George Mason University, Virginia. Anne specialises in governance and public policy, with a particular focus on welfare reform. In 2013-2015, she held an ESRC mid-career fellowship 'Welfare reform in Britain and the United States: an interdisciplinary perspective'. Her most recent book, Obama's Welfare Legacy, was published in July 2017.
I am currently teaching two undergraduate and postgraduate dissertation modules, MGT3999 and HRM 4415. I have taught undergraduate and postgraduate modules in:
A political scientist by training, my primary area of expertise is welfare reform in comparative perspective, especially Europe and the United States, and also Latin America (Venezuela). I have developped an interest in the challenges of diversity in higher education (as per my recent Fulbright award on the representation of Islam on campus). I have supervised four PhDs to successful completion. I am interested in supervising projects related to:
Daguerre, Anne and Etherington, David (2016) Welfare and active labour market policies in the UK: the coalition government approach. In: The Coalition Government and Social Policy: Restructuring the Welfare State. Bochel, Hugh and Powell, Martin , eds. Policy Press, Bristol, pp. 201-219. ISBN 9781447324577
Daguerre, Anne (2017) The Workfare State: Public Assistance Politics from the New Deal to the New Democrats, Philadelphia: University of Pennsylvania Press, £65.00, pp. 336, hbk [Book review]. Journal of Social Policy, 46 (4). pp. 844-846. ISSN 0047-2794
Daguerre, Anne (2017) Obama's Welfare Legacy. Other. Policy Press, Bristol.
Daguerre, Anne (2015) The unemployed and the moral case for benefit sanctions. Journal of Social Security Law, 22 (3). pp. 130-150. ISSN 1354-7747
Daguerre, Anne and Vacchelli, Elena (2011) Social exclusion in Chinese cities in the 21st century. URP GCOE DOCUMENT 10.