Kenneth Minogue is Professor (retired) of Political Science at the London School of Economics. He is a staunch neo-liberal and has campaigned extensively against Britain's economic participation in the European Union.
He has said that "the radical feminist revolution is nothing less than a destruction of our civilization" 
In 1999 he was also doing work for the New Zealand Business Round Table on relations between the indigenous Maori population and the non-indegenous communities.
- Bruges Group, former chairman (1991-1993)
- E.G. West Centre, advisory council
- Tax Payers Alliance, advisory council
- Social Affairs Unit, senior research fellow (1995-?) and currently (2004) Theatre Correspondent
- Centre for Policy Studies, director
- "Kenneth Minogue biographical note for the Social Implications of a Global Economy symposium", February 1999.
- Kenneth Minogue, "Social Implications of a Global Economy", Proceedings of Colorado College's 125th Anniversary Symposium Cultures in the 21st Century: Conflicts and Convergences, February 6, 1999.