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Dennis Hayes is an academic associated with the libertarian anti-environmental LM network. He is the founder and director of Academics for Academic Freedom, is the convenor of the Education Forum for the Institute of Ideas  and the East Midlands Salon, has spoken at the Battle of Ideas, adjudged for Debating Matters and written for Culture Wars and Spiked.  He has co-written books with Toby Marshall and Kathryn Ecclestone. He is related to Patrick Hayes according to Patrick's Twitter account "#FF @profdhayes, founder of Academics for Academic Freedom, on editorial board of @timeshighered. And a relation of mine...". 
Hayes is a former joint president of the University and College Union, and a member of Times Higher Education's editorial board. In 2008 he was named visiting professor in the Westminster Institute of Education at Oxford Brookes University.
- Alan Hudson, Dennis Hayes and Toby Andrew, 1996, Working Lives in the 1990s: Preliminary findings of the Attitudes to Work Survey, London: Global Futures. ISBN 101901051005
- Dennis Hayes & Alan Hudson, Who are the C2s? A Social and Political Attitudes Survey, Basildon 1992: Basildon Revisited - Change and Continuity, Education and Work Research Group, 2001 
- Dennis Hayes & Alan Hudson, The Mood of the Nation: Basildon Man Revisited, Demos, 2001
- Dennis Hayes, 'Academic Freedom and the Diminished Subject', British Journal of Educational Studies, Volume 57, Issue 2 June 2009 , pages 127 - 145
- "Professor Dennis Hayes", Battle of ideas website, accessed 8 May 2010
- "Freedom is not an academic discussion", Spiked website, accessed 8 May 2010
- 28 Oct 2011 Twitter website acc 29 Oct 2011
- Times Higher Education, Appointments, Times Higher Education, 14-February-2008
- The Free Society Columnists: Dennis Hayes, accessed 17 april 2011
- Chris Barrie, 'BRITONS STRESSED FROM OVERWORK', The Guardian (London) August 21, 1996, THE GUARDIAN CITY PAGE; Pg. 16
- This is an updated version of Frank Furedi's and Joan Hoey's 1992 study.