Aristea Koukiadaki is Senior Lecturer in Employment Law at the University of Manchester (Department of Law, School of Social Sciences). Her research focuses on the empirical study of law and on applied legal and policy analysis, with particular reference to collective bargaining, precarious work, public procurement, organisational fragmentation and gender equality. She has held visiting research and professorial positions in the University of Uppsala and ENS Paris-Saclay respectively. She is currently director of the Manchester Centre for Regulation, Governance and Public Law (ManReg) and holds research associate positions at the Centre for Business Research (University of Cambridge), the London Centre for Corporate Governance and Ethics (Birkbeck College) and the New Zealand Work and Labour Market Institute (Auckland Technical University). Aristea is a member of the Transnational Trade Union Rights Experts of the European Trade Union Institute (ETUI) and sits on the executive committee of the UK Institute of Employment Rights.