Harry is a Postdoctoral Research Fellow working on the Government Outcomes Lab’s Global Systematic Review of Outcomes-Based Contracting. Outputs from the review so far have addressed the use of outcomes contracts in education and in environmental policy. He is currently developing a research agenda on public service provision in fragile and conflict-affected contexts, including the role of outcomes partnerships for building capacity in such settings.
Harry’s research background is in geopolitics and political theory, with a particular focus on United Nations peace operations. He sits on the steering committee for the Oxford Network of Peace Studies.
Harry joined the Government Outcomes Lab after completing a PhD at the University of Bristol’s School of Geographical Sciences. He also holds an MSc from Bristol and a BSc from Queen’s University Belfast.
H. Bregazzi, R. Wooldridge, A. Pangalos, E. Carter, J. Ronicle, M. Airoldi (2022) Using outcomes-based contracting to tackle the climate crisis: A review of the evidence. Government Outcomes Lab, Blavatnik School of Goverment, University of Oxford
H. Bregazzi (2019) “Testimony Against the Whole”: Examining the Limits of Peace with Irigaray and Derrida. Towards a New Human Being
H. Bregazzi, M. Jackson (2018) Agonism, critical political geography, and the new geographies of peace. Progress in Human Geography