David Mullins has been based at the University of Birmingham, since 1989, until 2011 at the Centre for Urban and Regional Studies and from 2011 in the Institute for Advanced Social Studies. He is currently also a member of the ESRC Third Sector Research Centre (2008-13) where he leads the Service Delivery and Housing streams. His research interests include the governance, management and regulation of housing and the role of the third sector in public policy. His Inaugural Lecture in January 2008 was entitled ‘A Tale of Three Sectors: Organising Non-Profit Housing’. Key publications include After Council Housing, Britain’s new social landlords (with Hal Pawson) 2010, Housing Policy in the UK (with Alan Murie) 2006, Housing and Public Policy (with Alex Marsh) 1998 and Allocating Social Housing, with Hal Pawson and Siobahn McGrath, 2000. He has published in European Journal of Housing Policy, Housing Studies, Housing, Theory and Society, Journal of Housing and Built Environment, Policy and Politics, Policy Studies, Public Administration, Public Policy and Administration, Public Money and Management, Voluntas and The International Journal of Non-Profit Marketing.
He was elected to the Co-ordination Committee of the European Network for Housing Research (ENHR) in July 2008 and is also a coordinator of the ENHR Study Group on Social Housing in Europe: Institutional & Organisational Dynamics. He is a member of the Housing Studies Association, the Voluntary Sector Studies Network and the International Research Society for Public Management. He is External Academic Adviser at the City University of Hong Kong (2009-2012) and External Examiner at the University of Coventry (2008-11). He has worked in local authority housing and for the Housing Corporation. He is a board member of South Shropshire Housing Association and trustee of Marches Housing and Charitable Trust.
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