Dr Charlotte Hoole

University of Sheffield, Cities, Environment and Liveability Pathway

Charlotte has received an ESRC Postdoctoral Fellowship to join the Department of Urban Studies and Planning at the University of Sheffield, after being awarded her PhD in March 2018. Her current research focuses on local growth and city-region devolution in England in the context of Brexit. In 2012, Charlotte gained a BA (Hons) in Human Geography at the University of Sheffield.

Previously, Charlotte worked as a Policy and Data Analyst at the City Region Economic Development Institute at the University of Birmingham (2016-2018) where she remains an Associate. In 2015, she also worked as a Research Associate at Sheffield First Partnership funded by the ADH Crook Fellowship Scheme.Charlotte has carried out research funded by local government in England, BEIS, Innovate UK, the Joseph Rowntree Foundation, the Barrow Cadbury Trust, the European Commission, and the Swiss National Science Foundation.

Research Interests: Urban and Regional policy, Governance, Place Leadership

Interview with ESRC Postdoctoral Fellow: Dr Charlotte Hoole

Here you can listen to a short interview with Dr Charlotte Hoole, where she talks about her research, research methods, her ESRC Fellowship and her plans for the future.