Alexandra Hall

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Research Group Director, Defence, Security & Infrastructure, RAND Europe
Cambridge Office


M.A. in international relations, University of Reading; B.A. (Hons) in European Studies, University of Leicester

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Alexandra Hall is research group director of Defence, Security and Infrastructure at RAND Europe. Her professional experience spans a diverse range of defence and security subjects including: the contemporary and future operating environment; capability development; defence acquisition; security; resilience; and workforce planning. She also specialises in strategic exercises, gaming and scenario development to underpin capability planning and robust decision-making.

Prior to joining RAND Europe in June 2013 she worked for an independent UK defence consultancy, supporting the UK MoD, European Defence Agency and NATO on projects relating to geopolitics, capability planning and strategic-level analysis. Her academic background is in international relations and European studies.

Recent Projects

  • NATO, Russia and the European Member States' contributions to the Alliance in the land domain
  • Provision of Strategic Exercises to the UK MOD Royal College of Defence Studies
  • RAND Mediterranean Foresight Forum
  • Understanding the Value of the Defence Employment Offer
  • Strategic Exercise for the Arctic region

Selected Publications

Alexandra Hall, James Black, Kate Cox, Marta Kepe, Erik Silfversten, Defence and Security after Brexit: Understanding the Possible Implications of the UK's Decision to Leave the EU, RAND Corporation (RR-1786), 2016

Kate Robertson, James Black, Sarah Grand-Clement, Alexandra Hall, Human and Organisational Factors in Major Accident Prevention A Snapshot of the Academic Landscape, RAND Corporation (RR-1512-TOTAL), 2016

Lucia Retter, Alexandra Hall, James Black, Nathan Ryan, The moral component of cross-domain conflict, RAND Corporation (RR-1505-MOD), 2016