Senior Lecturer, Department of International Business & Asian Studies, Griffith Asia Institute, Griffith University
Dr Tapan Sarker is a Senior Lecturer based at Griffith Business School, Griffith University, Australia. His research investigates how socioeconomic, regulatory and environmental factors influence the ways in which people use, perceive and govern natural resources, with a particular emphasis on economic and sustainability accounting principles. Tapan is a former World Bank scholar. He complements his research work with experience in government, international organisations, and iNGOs.
Dr Sarker leads a range of collaborative externally funded project funded by ACIAR, DFAT, NCCARF and The World Bank.
Senior lecturer, Griffith Business School
Research Fellow, Centre for Social Responsibility in Mining, The University of Queensland
The Australian National University, PhD Commerce
Keio University, Japan, Master of Arts
Chittagong University, Bangladesh, Bachelor of Science in Forestry (Honors)
'Climate change and human security issues in the Asia-Pacific region' (with M McIntosh), In M Hossain and A Selvanathan (eds), Climate Change and Economic Growth in South Asia, Edward Elgar
Reform Issues in Mineral Tax Policy for Economic Development: the MRRT in Australia, Bulletin for International Taxation, 65(1):1–25.
Grants and Contracts
Understanding the Challenges towards Transitioning to a Low Carbon Sustainable Enterprise Economy
GBS Strategic Research Grant
Improving CSR Standards in the Oil and Gas Industry: A Comparison of Malaysia and Australia
Australia-Malaysia Institute grant via DFAT
The Joint Japan/ World Bank Graduate Scholarship, 2001-2003ANU PhD Scholarship, 2003-2006Harvard Summer Scholar, 2011