Tammy Campbell is an assistant professorial research fellow in the Centre for Analysis of Social Exclusion at the London School of Economics, and a British Academy postdoctoral fellow. She undertook her PhD at the UCL Institute of Education, having previously worked as a researcher in the (then) Department for Children, Schools and Families, and with children and young people in London, Japan and Norway.
Tammy’s main interests span childhood and early education: she investigates social, structural, and psychological processes causing inequalities and shaping lives, and the intended and unintended ways in which government policies play out. Informed by a multidisciplinary perspective, her work currently focuses on interrogating large-scale quantitative survey and administrative data, and scrutinising policy documentation. Her publications can be found here.