Senior Teaching Fellow
Advice and feedback hours: Summer Vacation by appointment - please email me to arrange a meeting
I am Senior Teaching Fellow in Political Economy and Director of Personal Development for PPE. Before joining PAIS, I was Lecturer in Political Economy at New York University, Postdoctoral Fellow at the University of British Columbia, and taught in the Department of Economics at Warwick, where I also received my Ph.D in 2015.
My research and teaching crosses politics, philosophy and economics in the areas of international institutions, human rights and the political economy of public policy. I am also interested in the nature of the individual in politics and economics, as well as exploring key methodological issues at the intersection of the three PPE disciplines. I have consulted on women’s human rights and quantitative methodologies for UK and international policy, working with organisations such as the Civil Justice Council and UN Human Rights.
- PH336: Principles of Political Economy - Economics and Politics
- PO131: World Politics
- Abby Kendrick, 'Economic Policy Reform and Women's Human Rights: A Critical Political Economy Perspective', International Journal of Human Rights 24, no. 9 (2020): 1353-69.
- Abby Kendrick and Juan Pablo Bohoslavsky, 'Financial Crisis, Austerity and Women's Social Rights', in Research Handbook on International Law and Social Rights, ed. Christina Binder and Jane A. Hofbauer (Edward Elgar, 2020): 326-39.
- Natalie Byrom, Sarah Beardon, and Abby Kendrick. The Impact of COVID-19 Measures on the Civil Justice System, Civil Justice Council (May 2020).
- Abby Kendrick, 'Measuring Compliance: Social Rights and the Maximum Available Resources Dilemma', Human Rights Quarterly 39, no. 3 (2017): 657-79.