Louise Ashley

Senior Lecturer, School of Management, Royal Holloway, University of London. She has led major research reports for government bodies including the Social Mobility Commission and regularly presents her findings to practitioner audiences in the City and further afield. Her research has also been covered in national and international mainstream media including Radio 4’s Thinking Allowed, The New York Times, The Sydney Herald, The Financial Times and The Guardian.

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Highly Discriminating

Why the City Isn’t Fair and Diversity Doesn’t Work

Written by a leading expert, this book examines equality issues in the City of London, arguing that social hiring practices in the City favour affluent applicants, and calls for a policy shift at the organisational and governmental levels.

Bristol Uni Press