Dr Andrew G. McClelland

Research Associate

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Andrew is a Research Associate at the Alliance Manchester Business School (AMBS) with diverse research interests in the public policy challenges confronting places experiencing or emerging from crisis and conflict. He is currently working on the Recovery, Renewal, and Resilience from COVID-19 project which aims to develop a generalizable, theoretically underpinned framework for how recovery and renewal from the pandemic can enhance resilience.

Andrew previously worked as a postdoc at the University of Liverpool (2018 -2020) where he recently coordinated and edited a series of COVID-19 Policy Briefs focused on the Liverpool City Region. Prior to that position, he led on a two-year project at Maynooth University in Ireland under an EU-funded Marie Sklodowska-Curie Actions Fellowship. The latter included a focus on his specialist interests in contested heritage, cross-border cooperation, and the use of public participatory and walking methods.

Andrew obtained his PhD from Ulster University in 2014 where he investigated the destruction of the historic urban landscape of Belfast during 'the Troubles' in Northern Ireland. He also completed an MA in Town and Country Planning at the University of the West of England, Bristol (2008).

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