Satish Chand is a CIPRD Senior Fellow and Associate Professor in the Crawford School of Economics and Government at the Australian National University.
His research interests include Pacific economics and development, labour mobility and Pacific economic reform. His most recent work looks at evaluating aid effectiveness.
Chakriya Bowman is a CIPRD Senior Fellow and a visiting Fellow in the Crawford School of Economics and Government at the Australian National University.
Her research interests include Pacific and Asian trade, currencies, hedging and finance, and her most recent work looks at aid programs and business development.
Kate Barclay is a lecturer in Japanese Studies at the University of Technology, Sydney.
Her research interests include the social aspects of fisheries management, particularly the role of Japanese fishing in Pacific waters.
Richard Brown is an Associate Professor in
the School of Economics at the University of Queensland. His research interests include the econmics of
international migration and migrants remittances.
Matthew Clarke is a senior lecturer in the International and Community Development program at Deakin University.
His research interests include economic development, microfinance, poverty reduction and trade and development.
Feeny is an ARC Postdoctoral Research Fellow at RMIT University.
His current research project, "Achieving the Millennium
Development Goals: The Role of Foreign Aid, Trade and NGOs with a
focus on the Asia-Pacific" encompasses his research interests - development economics, aid effectiveness, the impact of trade
and the Millennium Development Goals.
David Kavanamur lectures in strategic management in the School of Business Administration at the University of Papua New Guinea.
His research interests include management and enterprise development in Pacific economies.
Patrick Kilby lectures in development practice in the Faculty of Arts at the Australian National University.
His research interests include aid policy, NGOs in both developing and developed countries, and managing development activities.
Mark McGillivray is Deputy Director of the World Institute for Development Economics Research of the United Nations University, in Helsinki, Finland and Professor of Development Economics at the University of Glasgow, UK. His research interests include aid allocation and effectiveness and inter-country well-being achievement.