The editing process can include anything from manuals to complete PhDs. I have edited about 15 PhD Dissertations and helped those students successfully pass as well as a number of masters level dissertations. Please note that for academic work the editing process will not include any original research work. All the underlying work must be your own. However, as an editor the goal is to ensure that you present your ideas in a clear and structured manner that meets the requirements of your examiners.
In addition I have edited technical manuals, This has sometimes been a case of updating existing text to reflect new ideas or changes. In other instances the manual has been created according to the client's specifications.
I have also edited books for publication and carried out supporting research.
I have a lot of experience in producing research reports especially in the fields of social policy and economic development.
In addition I have produced a number of reports that have not been published under my own name. Specific areas of expertise include analysis of major UK Government statistical series (such as the Labour Force Survey), interviews, literature reviews and linking the raw analysis to specific policy proposals.
In addition I have worked as a ghost writer on a number of projects. Sometimes this has involved conducting additional research as above and in others it has been a case of taking some outline ideas and creating a complete document. This has included everyhing from short reports to complete books.
Just to stress, this service is not available if you are planning to submit the work for any academic award.