Dr Paul Sanderson

Research Programme Manager at Department of Land Economy, University of Cambridge

Research Programme Manager / Senior Research Associate, Cambridge Centre for Housing and Planning Research

Dr Sanderson's research areas are regulation and corporate governance. On regulation he has researched the way senior regulators perceive the public interest, the role of the inspector in regulation, the efficacy of social housing regulatory data, and the similarities and differences between medical regulatory systems. His corporate governance research includes a study of the private meetings between the directors of large public companies and their institutional shareholders, and the use made by boards of the principle of comply-or-explain in conforming to codes of corporate governance.

In addition to his role at CCHPR, Dr Sanderson is a Senior Research Fellow at the University of Cambridge Centre for Business Research, and Senior Lecturer in Regulation Studies, Anglia Ruskin University

  • 14 April 2015, 6pm

    The role of evidence and analysis in effective policy making

    To commemorate 50 years since the death of Churchill and 75 years since he became Prime Minister, the Centre for Science and Policy and Churchill College are jointly organising a distinguished panel discussion to discuss the role of evidence and analysis in effective policy making.