The focus of Dr Dodds' work is on risk and regulation in the public sector. Her work has encompassed the regulation of quality and finance in higher education in Britain and France, changing conceptions of risk in social policy, and understandings of risk and how it can be regulated in the British core executive.
Currently, she is a lecturer in Public Policy, School of Social Science and Public Policy (based in the Department of Management) at King's College London. Prior to this post Dr Dodds was funded by the Economic and Social Research Council as a postdoctoral fellow.
Dr Dodds has also worked on liberalisation in the public sector (especially in higher education), evaluation and the use of financial incentives in higher education, and the politics of devolution.
Visit the King's College London website for a more detailed profile on Anneliese Dodds.
Dodds, A., forthcoming. How does globalization interact with higher education? The continuing lack of consensus. Comparative Education.
Dodds, A., 2006. The Core Executive's Approach to Regulation: From `Better Regulation' to 'Risk-Tolerant Deregulation'. Social Policy and Administration, 40: 5, 526-542.
Dodds, A., 2005. The spread of evaluation in international higher education - a uniform phenomenon?. European Journal of Education, 155-172.
Dodds, A., 2004. Le développement des agences en Grande-Bretagne et en France - L'exemple d'EduFrance, transfert d'outre-Manche ou création indigène? (The growth of agencies in Britain and France: EduFrance- transferred from Britain, or an indigeneous creation?). Revue Française d'Administration Publique, 111, 483-500.
Dodds, A., 2004. The Politicisation Of Trade In Health And Education Services: Black And White Divisions Over A 'Grey Area'. Scottish Affairs, 46, 56-75.
Dodds, A., 2004. A Reply to Wells (Dialogue concerning the use of covert research methods in criminology). Graduate Journal of Social Sciences, 1, 20-41.
Families "at risk" and the Nurse-Family Partnership: the intrusion of risk into social exclusion policy, Risk and Rationalities Conference, Cambridge University, March 2007.
Coordination acting against economic restructuring?: higher education institutions' response to the introduction of new financial incentives for the recruitment of international students, Les Universités et leurs marches, First conference of the Réseau d'Étude sur l'Enseignement Supérieur, Paris, February 2007.
Decision-Making and Visa Rules, Anglo-Japanese Academy (AJA) II, 'Globalisation, Regionalisation And National Policy Systems', University of Warwick, January 2006.
Globalization and Higher Education, Career Development Group Wales, Swansea University, December 2005.