Adam Triggs is a doctoral candidate in economics at the Crawford School of Public Policy at the Australian National University. He is a former advisor on the G20 and global economy at the Department of the Prime Minister and Cabinet. Adam has also worked Cape York Institute and the Australian Competition and Consumer Competition.
Adam holds a masters degree in international and development economics from the Crawford School at the ANU and bachelors degrees in law and economics from the ANU.
Researcher in International Economics, Crawford School, Australian National University
Advisor, The Office of the Hon. Andrew Leigh MP
Advisor, Global economy and G20, Department of the Prime Minister and Cabinet
Advisor, Cape York Institute
Advisor, Global economy and trade, Department of the Prime Minister and Cabinet
Economist, Australian Competition and Consumer Commission
Crawford School, Australian National University, Masters in International and Development Economics
College of Law, Australian National University, Bachelor of Laws
College of Business and Economics, Australian National University, Bachelor of Economics
The G20 and Macroeconomic Policy Cooperation, Lowy Institute
Macroeconomics and the Phillips Curve Myth: Book review, Economic Record
The global growth challenge and the G20 growth strategies, The G20 Blue Book, Renmin University Press