Gillian Doyle (co-author)

Professor, CCPR, University of Glasgow
Gillian Doyle is an economist with special interest in media and cultural industries. She worked as a media equities analyst for a leading Swiss bank and in financial journalism prior to setting up the UK’s first Masters programme in the area of media management and economics. Gillian is now Course Director of the MSc in Media Management at the University of Glasgow based in CCPR and a lead contributor to the core teaching in this subject area.

Gillian’s research interests are related to media economics and media and cultural policy. Her work on the economics of mass media and on media ownership has been translated and published in several languages. She is on the editorial boards of the Journal of Media Economics, the International Journal on Media Management, Journalism: Theory Practice Criticism and of Media and Cultural Politics.

Gillian is Principal Investigator on 'Multi-platform media and the digital challenge: Strategy, Distribution and Policy' a major research project on economic and policy aspects of digital media convergence funded by the ESRC (2012-2015). Gillian is also Principal Investigator on an AHRC-funded project (2012-2014) to carry out research on the history of the UK Film Council and to analyse the policy implications of its closure for film in the digital era.

 

Participates in following conferences:
Workshop Innovation & Diversity in the Media Economy