Ian Bache

Professor of Politics and University Director of Learning and Teaching
Politics
University of Sheffield
E-mail: i.bache@sheffield.ac.uk
Page: http://www.sheffield.ac.uk/politics/staff/ianbache

Fields of interest: 

Politics; Quality of Life; Internationalisation of Learning and Teaching

 

Recent publications:

Bache, I. (forthcoming 2013):
‘Measuring quality of life for public policy: an idea whose time has come? Agenda-setting dynamics in the European Union’,
Journal of European Public Policy.

Bache, I. and Reardon, L. (forthcoming, 2013): 
‘An idea whose time has come? Explaining the rise of well-being in British politics’,
Political Studies.

Marsden, G., Bache, I. and Kelly, C. (2012): 
‘A Policy Perspective on Transport and Clmiate Change Issues’,
in T. Ryley and L. Chapman (eds.) Transport and Sustainability, Vol 2, Emerald Press, 197-243.

Bache, I. and Hayton, R. (forthcoming 2012): 
Inquiry-based Learning and the International Student, Teaching in Higher Education,
(available online first: http://dx.doi.org/10.1080/13562517.2011.640998).

Bache, I., Bulmer, S. and Gunay, D. (2012):
’Europeanization: a critical realist perspective’
in C. Radaelli and T Exadaktylos (eds)Research Design in European Studies, Basingstoke: Palgrave Macmillan, 64-84.

Bache, I. (2012): 
‘Multi-level Governance’
in D. Levi-Faur (ed) The Oxford Handbook of Governance, Oxford: Oxford University Press, pp. 628-41.

Bache, I. Andreou, G., Atanasova, G, and Tomšic, D. (2011):
‘Europeanization and multi-level governance in south east Europe: the domestic impact of EU cohesion policy and pre-accession aid’,
Journal of European Public Policy, Vol 18.1, 122-141.

Bache, I. and Andreou, G. (eds) (2011): 
Cohesion Policy and Multi-level Governance in South East Europe,
Oxford: Routledge.

Bache, I., George, S. and Bulmer, S. (2011): 
Politics in the European Union, 3rd edition,
Oxford: Oxford University Press.

Bache, I. (2010): 
‘Partnership as an EU Policy Instrument: A Political History‘,
West European Politics, Vol. 33, No. 1, 58-74.