Ainsley obtained her PhD in international political economy in 2015. Her research focuses on private governance in the extractive sectors, multinational tax avoidance and MNC-state relations, particularly in the developing world. She teaches at both the University of Sydney and the University of Newcastle across various politics and government subjects.
She was formerly a corporate banker with ANZ from 2007-2010.
Dr, University of Sydney
University of Sydney, PhD
Macquarie University, Master of International Relations
Perceptions of the Global Financial Crisis in the US, UK, Canada and Australia: A Comparative Editorial Analysis of the Legitimacy of Finance, Business and Politics
Interests need not be pursued if they can be created: private governance in African gold mining, Business and Politics
Gold Mining in sub-Saharan Africa: Towards private sector governance, The Extractives Industries and Society
The Forgotten Resource Curse: South Africa's poor experience with mineral extraction, Resources Policy
Corporate Governance And Stakeholder Engagement (150303)