Andrew is a Research Fellow at SPERI and Professor of Politics and Head of the Department of Politics. He is also a Honorary Professor in the School of Politics and International Studies at the University of Queensland.
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Andrew has published a series of books on the modern history of British politics. He has a long-standing interest in the causes of the 2008 financial crisis and post-crisis financial reform. He is also starting a project with Professors Will Jennings and Gerry Stoker of the University of Southampton on the politics of ‘left behind’ Britain.
- Andrew Hindmoor (2019, forthcoming), 12 Days that Made Modern Britain (Oxford University Press).
- Andrew Hindmoor (2018), What’s Left Now? The History and Future of Social Democracy (Oxford University Press).
- Andrew Hindmoor and Stephen Bell (2015), Masters of the Universe, Slaves of the Market (Harvard University Press).
- Andrew Hindmoor and Brad Taylor (2015) Rational Choice (Palgrave Macmillan).
- Andrew Hindmoor and Stephen Bell (2009), Rethinking governance: The centrality of the state in modern society (Cambridge University Press).
- Andrew Hindmoor and Stephen Bell, (2018) Are the major global banks now safer? Structural continuities and change in banking and finance since the 2008 crisis. Review of International Political Economy, 25(1), 1-27.
- Andrew Hindmoor and Stephen Bell, (2014) ‘Masters of the universe but slaves of the market: Bankers and the great financial meltdown’, British Journal of Politics and International Relations, 17 (1), 1-22. Winner of the PSA prize for the best article published in the British Journal of Politics and International Relations.
- Andrew Hindmoor and Allan McConnell (2013), ‘Why Didn’t They See it Coming? Warning Signs, Acceptable Risks and the Global Financial Crisis’, Political Studies, 61 (3), 543-60. Winner of the Harrison Prize for the best article Published in Political Studies.