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Professor Christopher May

Professor

Christopher May

Lancaster University

County South

LA1 4YL

Lancaster

Tel: +44 1524 594272

Office Hours:

Tuesday 4.00 (all terms)
Friday 10.00 (terms 1 & 2); Thursday 12.00 (term 3)

 

Research overview

After fifteen years of researching into intellectual property rights I decided in 2010 to refocus my research. While still interested in the law and the normative role of legislation and its justification, my ongoing research now is concerned with the discourse of the Rule of Law and its function as the 'common-sense' of global politics. My monograph on the rule of law was published in 2014. I am currently editing a research handbook on the rule of law for Edward Elgar that should be published during 2018.

I also have an ongoing interest in the political economy of global corporations; my most recent outputs on this theme are Global Corporations in Global Governance (Routledge Global Institutions series) and articles in Palgrave Communications and Third World Quartely (see publicatons list).

PhD supervision

International Political Economy, Rule of Law, global corporations, new technologies, critiques of economics

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Future and on-going research

After fifteen years of researching into intellectual property rights I decided in 2010 to refocus my research. While still interested in the law and the normative role of legislation and its justification, my ongoing research now is concerned with the discourse of the Rule of Law and its function as the 'common-sense' of global politics. My monograph on the rule of law was published in 2014. I am currently editing a research handbook on the rule of law for Edward Elgar that should be published during 2018.

I also have an ongoing interest in the political economy of global corporations; my most recent outputs on this theme are Global Corporations in Global Governance (Routledge Global Institutions series) and articles in Palgrave Communications and Third World Quartely (see publicatons list).

Research Interests

Current Teaching

I am the co-convenor of the first year course on Politics and International Relations (Poli100), teach Economics for the Real World (a second year course) PPR228, and also offer a distance learning module at Masters level on Global Corporations.

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