Dr Alice Earley is a Research Associate at CaCHE, based at the University of Glasgow. She is an interdisciplinary urban researcher who holds a PhD in Urban Studies and MRes in Urban Research from the University of Glasgow, an MSc in Urban Regeneration from University College London and an MA (Hons) in Geography from the University of Edinburgh.
Prior to starting her role as a Research Associate in November 2022, Alice was a BSP Research Fellow at the Bartlett School of Planning, University College London; a Tutor in Urban Studies, Public Policy and Qualitative Methods at the University of Glasgow; and a Research Assistant at CaCHE.
Alice’s research interests include the relationship between regeneration and gentrification; housing and inequalities; the role of social and community enterprise within different policy agendas; and community asset ownership and management. She completed her ESRC-funded PhD in Urban Studies at the University of Glasgow in 2020. The thesis explored the role of community-based social enterprises, and specifically, their community-managed assets, in regeneration and gentrification over time in England and Scotland.
Prior to starting her PhD, Alice worked in public policy, regeneration and economic development research and consultancy in both London and Glasgow. While studying for her PhD, Alice also worked as a Graduate Teaching Assistant in Social and Public Policy and completed an internship in Public Service Reform at the Scottish Government.
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