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Our theme ‘Elites and Institutions’ includes empirical and theoretical research on political regimes, parliament, prime ministers, presidents, executives, leadership, elites and legitimacy, both in the UK and beyond. It links in particular to externally funded research on the UK parliament and work with respective policy-makers through an academic parliamentary fellowship and the official Parliamentary Studies Module run in cooperation with the House of Commons.
We have won funding from the Nuffield Foundation to conduct a year-long research project into Prime Ministerial accountability at Liaison Committee evidence sessions.
Visit our PM Accountability web pages
The ‘50 Shades of Federalism’ project helps to inform debate about issues related to the topic of ‘federalism’. The central aim of this project is to provide succinct, easy accessible, high quality research articles free of charge.
Learn more about the 50 Shades of Federalism project here
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