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Dr Gabriella Legrenzi

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Research Institute: Keele Management School

Homepage: https://www.keele.ac.uk/kms/staff/legrenzi/

Specialist Areas: Economics, finance, Brexit, fiscal policy, European debt crisis, sovereign debt sustainability, International Finance, stock markets, Eurozone, recession, pound investments, exchange rates, monetary policy, financial markets, hard brexit, soft brexit, leave campaign, European Union.

Dr Mario Prost

Law

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Homepage: https://www.keele.ac.uk/law/people/academicstaff/marioprost/

Specialist Areas: General international law, international legal theory and history, international environmental law, and international economic law.

Dr Xuebing Jack Cao

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Research Institute: Keele Business School

Homepage: https://www.keele.ac.uk/kms/staff/xuebingjackcao/

Specialist Areas: Comparative employment relations, Chinese labour and trade unions, collective wage consultation in China, public health service performance management in China, dock worker strike in Chinese seaports, informal payment and organisational misbehaviour.

Dr Siobhan Talbott

Humanities (History)

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Homepage: https://www.keele.ac.uk/history/people/siobhantalbott/

Specialist Areas: Economic and social historian of Britain and the Atlantic World. The ways in which wars and other political conflict affected trade routes and international commerce, primarily examining the construction of commercial networks and the interaction between early modern economies and societies.