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Emma Aisbett researches international trade and investment, international economic law and political economy. She is particularly interested in the way the rules of globalization affect, and are affected by, public policy concerns such as environmental protection, development, and inequality. Her current work focusses on international governance to support energy transition and climate change mitigation.


  • –present
    Jn. Prof. of International Economics, University of Hamburg
  • 2012–present
    Adjunct assistant professor, Crawford School of Public Policy, ANU


  • 2007 
    UC Berkeley, PhD Agricultural and Resource Economics
  • 1998 
    Oxford University, MSc Environmental Change and Management
  • 1996 
    UNSW, BEng Chemical Engineering