Julia Doyle

Julia Doyle
Cambridge Office


Ph.D. in multidisciplinary gender studies, University of Cambridge; M.Sc. in international relations, London School of Economics and Political Science; B.A. in History and English, Merton College, Oxford


Julia Doyle (she/her) is an analyst at RAND Europe with a particular interest in gender, displacement/migration and social (in)justice topics. She is also interested in the use and development of participant-focused methodologies including peer research, community-grounded research design and co-editing methods.
Prior to joining RAND, Doyle completed a Ph.D. at the University of Cambridge Centre for Gender Studies which focused on Syrian refugee storytelling, based on discourse analysis of oral history interviews and published memoirs. She also holds a B.A. from Merton College, Oxford and a research M.Sc. from the London School of Economics and Political Science.

Recent Projects

  • Study on the EU Directive to prevent or combat trafficking in human beings
  • Feasibility and Design of an RCT comparing remote and face-to-face personal asylum interviews
  • Infrastructure Evidence Project
  • Study on movie money, prop copy products and other altered design bankntoes
  • Skills Needs in Selected Occupations Over the Next 5–10 Years

Selected Publications

Joanna Hofman, Julia Doyle, Asha Haider, Michaela Bruckmayer, Skills Needs in Selected Occupations Over the Next 5–10 Years: Research Report, (RR-A1527-2), 2022