Timothy Monteath obtained his PhD in Sociology in 2021 from the London School of Economics. His doctoral studies focused on the information infrastructure of land registration, the creation of housing market statistics and elite housing practices. He has previously worked as a Research Officer for the LSE and Warwick Universities, investigating top 1% income shares using national tax data in the HMRC datalab and as a doctoral intern at the Alan Turing Institute. He has worked extensively with big data and computational social science methodologies and is particularly interested in critical infrastructural approaches to researching housing, elites and financialization. Timothy is currently involved in the research project 'Cities in Global Financial Networks: Finance and Development in the 21st Century'.
Research Associate in Finance and Geography
- Member of the Economy and Society: Transformations and Justice research cluster
- Monteath, T. and Schimpfössl, E. (2019) The Culture of Elite Philanthropy: Russia and the United Kingdom Compared. Chapter 3 in, Duncan, P.J.S. and Schimpfössl, E. (eds.) Socialism, Capitalism and Alternatives. . ISBN: 9781787353831.