Lecturer, Ulster University
Michelle is a lecturer in the School of Applied Social and Policy Sciences at Ulster University. She holds a LLM from Ulster University’s Transitional Justice Institute, Her PhD was awarded in 2020 and focused on a feminist institutional analysis of bureaucratic decision-making, focusing on the use of discretion among elite bureaucrats. She is interested in informal rules, bureaucracy, discretion, and governance.
Read more from Michelle Rouse:
Rouse M., O’Connor K. (2020) Lost in Transition – Governing Northern Ireland in Sullivan H., Dickinson H., Henderson H.(eds) The Palgrave Handbook of the Public Servant. Palgrave Macmillan
Rouse M. (2018) Gendering the Institutional Legacies of the Northern Ireland Senior Civil Service. Administration 66(3) pp55-74
Rouse M. (2016) In Need of a Fresh Start? Gender Equality in Post-GFA Northern Ireland. Northern Ireland Legal Quarterly 67(2) pp 233-240