Senior Lecturer, Department of Agriculture and Food Systems, University of Melbourne

Trained as an agricultural economist and having researched trade, policy and poverty concerns in Australia, I am now interested in valuing water resources. This work has been conducted in numerous countries and is centred on the catchment scale. This has led to a significant contribution to the work on 'system harmonisation in water resources'. System harmonisation is an attempt to take a positivist approach to integrated water resource management concerns. In it the hydrological, economic, sociological, environmental and political dimensions of water allocation are assessed in a comprehensive and all encompassing manner. In addition I teach the subject, Governing Environments to first year students at the University of Melbourne.

Experience

  • 1998–present
    Senior Lecturer, University of Melbourne
  • 1992–1997
    Lecturer, University of New England, Armidale
  • 1996–1996
    Visiting Professor, University of Agriculture, Faisalabad, Pakistan

Education

  • 1996 
    University of New England, PhD
  • Department of Resouce Management, University of Melbourne, Parkville, Vic.
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