Louise Haysey

Journal Manager

Louise is the Journal Manager for Global Policy, joining the team in August 2013. She combines her role within Global Policy with her work as Administrator to the British Society for Middle Eastern Studies (BRISMES), the UK's premier institute of academic excellence in the MENA region.

Within Global Policy, Louise is responsible for managing the electronic tracking and processing system for all articles and for managing the publication schedule. She is the first point of contact for authors as well as for liaison with Wiley-Blackwell.

She works closely with the Executive Editor and the editorial team to identify ways in which the Journal’s overall strategy can be enhanced, including producing and analysing reports as well as arranging events to showcase the work of the Journal.

She also liaises with the web manager to ensure timely communication of journal-related notifications on the website.

Within BRISMES, Louise is responsible for the day-to-day administration of the society and its governing Council, liaison with similar societies worldwide and with partners in the UK, including senior academics, government officials, business people and members of the diplomatic community based in London. She is also: involved in BRISMES’ marketing and events, including conferences, lectures and workshops; editor of the Society’s Newsletter; and responsible for the design and execution of a major e-delivery programme for member services, including a global database of MENA- and Islamic Studies-related expertise.

Louise also administers the prestigious annual Britain-Kuwait Friendship Society (BKFS) Book Prize for the University of Cambridge.

louise.haysey {at} global-policy.com