Daniel Neyland University of Lancaster, UK
Daniel Neyland was a senior research fellow of the Said Business School, University of Oxford until October 2008 and has recently joined the Faculty at the University of Lancaster. His research incorporates issues of privacy, surveillance, trust, identity, governance and accountability. Alongside CCTV, he has researched airports, recycling, traffic management and the introduction of new technologies to universities. His latest research deals with the global movement of things through unevenly distributed accountability relationships. He is an experienced ethnographer who has contributed to research methods teaching at the business school. He completed his PhD (1997-2000) at CRICT, Brunel University. He studied for his first degree at Trinity Hall, Cambridge (1993-1996).