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Dr Mollie Gerver

Lecturer
Department of Government
Dr Mollie Gerver

Profile

Biography

My research focuses on refugee and immigration policies, with special focus on repatriation. I additionally research the philosophy of consent, focusing on when consent is valid and when valid consent is necessary. For my newest publications on these topics, visit www.mgerver.com.

Qualifications

  • PhD The London School of Economics, (2016)

Teaching and supervision

Current teaching responsibilities

  • From Cradle to Grave: Social Justice in Childhood, Adulthood, and Death (GV538)

  • Political Theory (GV908)

Publications

Journal articles (12)

Gerver, M., (2019). Denying Services to Prevent Regret. Journal of Applied Philosophy. 36 (3), 471-490

Gerver, M., (2019). Must refugees return?. Critical Review of International Social and Political Philosophy, 1-22

Gerver, M., (2018). Paying minorities to leave. Politics, Philosophy and Economics. 17 (1), 3-22

Gerver, M., (2018). Refugee Repatriation and the Problem of Consent. British Journal of Political Science. 48 (4), 855-875

Gerver, M., (2017). Misinformation as Immigration Control. Res Publica. 23 (4), 495-511

Gerver, M., (2017). Paying Refugees to Leave. Political Studies. 65 (3), 631-645

Gerver, M., (2015). Is Preventing Coerced Repatriation Ethical and Possible? The Case of NGO Repatriation of South Sudanese in Israel. International Migration. 53 (5), 148-161

Gerver, M., (2015). Consent for Data on Consent. Ethical Theory and Moral Practice. 18 (4), 799-816

Gerver, M., (2015). Refugee repatriation and voluntariness. The International Journal of Human Rights. 19 (1), 32-52

Gerver, M., (2014). Testing Repatriation Contracts for Unconscionability: The Case of Refugees in Israel. International Journal of Refugee Law. 26 (2), 198-222

Gerver, M., (2013). Refugee quota trading within the context of EU-ENP cooperation: Rational, bounded rational and ethical critiques. Journal of Contemporary European Research. 9 (1), 60-77

Gerver, M., (2013). ‘Sinigurisha! (You are not for sale!)’: exploring the relationship between access to school, school fees, and sexual abuse in Rwanda. Gender and Education. 25 (2), 220-235

Books (1)

Gerver, M., (2018). Refugee Repatriation Ethics and Practice. 1474437478. 9781474437479

Contact

m.gerver@essex.ac.uk
+44 (0) 1206 876580

Location:

5A.219, Colchester Campus