Readership: Academics and researchers in political theory and political philosophy.
Albert Weale, Professor of Political Theory and Public Policy, University College London
Albert Weale is Professor of Political Theory and Public Policy in the School of Public Policy, University College London. He was previously Professor of Government and co-editor of the British Journal of Political Science at the University of Essex, and has also held positions at the University of East Anglia, the University of York, and the University of Newcastle upon Tyne. His research and publications have been concentrated on issues of political theory and public policy, especially the theory of justice and the
theory of democracy, health policy and comparative environmental policy. In 1998 he became a Fellow of the British Academy and was one of its Vice-Presidents from 2007 to 2012, acquiring special responsibility for public policy matters.
"I would recommend Weales empirically derived model of democratic justice to those interested in this important topic as a thoughtful, credible, and valuably provocative theory worthy of their attention and considered response." - Thomas A. Spragens Jr, Duke University, The Review of Politics
1: Justice, Social Contracts and Democracy
2: The Democratic Social Contract
3: Economic Justice and the Democratic Contract
4: The Theory of Democratic Social Contracts
5: The Great Transformation
6: Political Democracy and the Great Society
7: Just Returns in the Great Society
8: The Sense of Democratic Justice