Honorary Research Fellow: Ian Bartle
Dr Ian Bartle, BSc (Leeds), BA (OU), MA (Manchester), PhD (Liverpool)
Ian Bartle joined the department in January 2011 as a research associate on a project on transport policy. He was previously a researcher at the University of Bath (School of Management) and University of Exeter (Department of Politics). His research interests include public policy, regulation and governance in the UK, western Europe and the EU with a particular focus on the utility industries (energy, communications, transport), sustainability and climate policy.
He is currently working on an ESRC funded project on multi-level governance, transport policy and the management of carbon emissions directed by Professors Ian Bache and Matthew Flinders in the department and Dr Greg Marsden (Institute for Transport Studies, University of Leeds).
- Ian Bartle (2005), Globalisation and EU policy-making: the neo-liberal transformation of telecommunications and electricity, Manchester: Manchester University Press.
- Ian Bartle (2009), ‘A strategy for better climate change regulation: towards a public interest orientated regulatory regime’, Environmental Politics, 18:5, pp689-706.
- Ian Bartle and Peter Vass (2007), ‘Self-regulation within the regulatory state: towards a new regulatory paradigm?’ Public Administration, 85:4, pp885-905.
- Ian Bartle and Peter Vass (2007), ‘Independent economic regulation: a reassessment of its role in sustainable development’, Utilities Policy, 15:4, pp261-269.
- Ian Bartle (2006), ‘Europeans outside the EU: Telecommunications and electricity reform in Norway and Switzerland’, Governance, 19:3, July, pp.407-436.
- Ian Bartle (2006), ‘Political Participation and Market Citizenship in a Global Economy. The European Union in Comparative Perspective’, International Journal of Public Administration, 29:4-6, pp.415-436.
- Ian Bartle (2002), ‘When Institutions no Longer Matter: Reform of Telecommunications and Electricity in Germany, France and Britain’, Journal of Public Policy, 22:1, pp.1-27.
- Ian Bartle (2002), ‘Competing perspectives on European Union telecommunications policy’, Convergence. The journal of research into new media technologies, Special issue on telecommunications in Europe, 8:2, pp.10-27.
- Stephen Wilks with Ian Bartle (2002), ‘The Unanticipated Consequences of Creating Independent Competition Agencies’ West European Politics, 25:1, pp.148-172.
- Ian Bartle (2001), ‘Is the EU an ‘Agenda Setter’s Paradise’? The Case of a Possible European Regulatory Authority for Telecommunications’, Current Politics and Economics of Europe, 10:4, pp.441-461.
- Ian Bartle (1999), ‘Transnational interests in the European Union: Globalisation and changing organisation in telecommunications and electricity’, Journal of Common Market Studies, 37:3, September.
- Ian Bartle (2011), ‘Regulatory approaches to climate change mitigation’, in David Levi-Faur (ed), Handbook on the politics of regulation, Cheltenham: Edward Elgar, pp.629-641.
- Ian Bartle (2011), ‘Utility regulation and NPM’, in Tom Christensen and Per Lægreid (eds), The Ashgate Research Companion to New Public Management, Farnham, Surrey: Ashgate, pp.193-206.
- Ian Bartle (2006) ‘Legitimising EU regulation: procedual accountability, participation, or better consultation?’, in Richard Bellamy; Dario Castiglione and Jo Shaw, Making European Citizens: Strategies for Civic Inclusion. Palgrave, pp.133-154.
- Ian Bartle (2004), ‘Political participation and market citizenship in a global economy. The European Union in comparative perspective’, in David Levi-Faur and Eran Vigoda (eds), International Public Policy and Management: Policy learning beyond regional, cultural and political boundaries, New York: Marcel Dekker, pp. 423-445. (Also published in International Journal of Public Administration, 2006).
- Ian Bartle (2004), four chapters: ‘Competition policy’, ‘Energy Policy’, ‘Communications Policy’ and ‘Media Policy’ in Hugh Compston (editor), Handbook of Public Policy in Europe. Britain, France and Germany. Palgrave, pp.99-109, 194-204, 217-228, 252-264.
- Ian Bartle and Stephen Wilks (2002), ‘Utility Regulation, Competition Policy and Regulatory Reform in Britain’, in Byong-Man Ahn; John Halligan and Stephen Wilks (eds) Reforming Public and Corporate Governance: Management and the Market in Australia, Britain and Korea, Cheltenham: Elgar, pp.123-142.