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Ms Rosie Collington
Institute for Innovation and Public Purpose
11 Montague Street
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  • Postgraduate Teaching Assistant
  • Inst for Innovation and Public Purpose
  • Faculty of the Built Environment
  • Senior Postgraduate Teaching Assistant
  • Arts and Sciences (BASc)
  • Faculty of Arts & Humanities
Research Summary
Rosie Collington is a PhD candidate under the supervision of Professor Mariana Mazzucato and Professor Rainer Kattel. Her research explores the political economy of public sector outsourcing and the development of the services outsourcing industry globally. She holds a MSc in Political Science (International Political Economy) from the University of Copenhagen, and has also studied at the University of California at Berkeley and the University of Leeds. A version of her MSc research dissertation on the political economy of public sector digitalisation has recently been published in the journal New Political Economy.

Before joining IIPP in September 2020, she worked as a Researcher for Professor William Lazonick, researching pharmaceutical industry financialisation and pricing theory, and previously also worked full-time in policy and advocacy at the British Heart Foundation. She has worked on a freelance basis with a number of think tanks and advocacy groups, and has written for public audiences in The Guardian, The New Statesman, OpenDemocracy and elsewhere. She is a Coordinator of the Economics of Innovation Working Group with the Institute for New Economic Thinking's Young Scholars Initiative. 
Teaching Summary
In the Spring 2021 semester, Rosie worked as an External Lecturer and course Co-convenor for the BA Development Studies course 'The Political Economy of Finance, Debt and Development' at SOAS University of London. She was also employed as a Postgraduate Teaching Assistant for the BA Arts and Sciences course 'Quantitative Methods and Mathematical Thinking'. 
01-OCT-2020 PhD Candidate Institute for Innovation and Public Purpose UCL, United Kingdom
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