Publications of Dr. Rikki J. Dean
Dean, R.J. 2018. ‘Control or Influence? Conflict or Solidarity? Understanding Diversity in Preferences for Public Participation in Social Policy Decision-Making’, Social Policy & Administration, Early View.
Richardson, L., Durose, C. & Dean, R.J. 2018. ‘Why Decentralize Decision Making? English Local Actors’ Viewpoints’, Governance, Early View.
Dean R.J. & Wallace, M.W. 2018. ‘New Labour and Adolescent Disadvantage: A Retrospective’, Social Policy Review 30.
Dean, R.J. 2018. Counter-Governance: Citizen Participation Beyond Collaboration, Politics and Governance, 6 (1)
Dean, R.J. 2017. Beyond Radicalism and Resignation: The Competing Logics for Public Participation in Policy Decisions, Policy & Politics, 45 (2)
* Received the 2018 Bleddyn Davies Prize for best Early Career Paper
Dean R.J. 2017. Democratising Bureaucracy: The Many Meanings of Public Participation in Social Policy and How to Harness Them. PhD Thesis. London School of Economics.
* Received the LSE’s Richard Titmuss Prize for Outstanding Scholarship
Dean, R.J. forthcoming. ‘Democratic Innovation in Social Policy’ in O. Escobar and S. Elstub (eds.), Handbook of Democratic Innovation and Governance, Edward Elgar.
Dean, R.J. 2017. Review of: All Our Welfare: Towards Participatory Social Policy by Peter Beresford. Ethics and Social Welfare, 11 (4): 416-421
Research-related blog posts:
How I Learned to Stop Worrying and Love the EU Referendum (sort of). LSE British Politics and Policy Blog and Harvard Ash Center Blog, 22 June 2016
Designing the NHS Citizens Assembly. NHS Citizen Blog, 9 June 2014.
Reflections on the NHS Citizen Process. NHS Citizen Blog, 29 October 2013.
Using Family Breakdown and Addiction as Indicators of Child Poverty is Profoundly Mistaken. LSE British Politics and Policy Blog, 4 April 2013.
Ein neuer Blick auf Partizipation, Goethe Universität UniReport, Nr 4, (5 Juli 2018): 10