Paul Burke is an economist focusing on energy, the environment, transport, and developing countries, particularly in the Asia Pacific.
Paul has published in American Economic Journal: Macroeconomics, Economic Inquiry, Nature Climate Change, and Global Environmental Change. His ongoing research includes examining Indonesia’s energy subsidy reforms; Australia’s ongoing energy transition; US energy demand; the economics of road safety; and benefits of electricity access.
In 2018 Paul will teach IDEC8029 Issues in Applied Microeconomics. He has been a panel member for eleven completed PhD students. He also delivers executive training in Environmental Economics for Non-Economists.
Paul has been awarded an ARC Discovery Early Career Researcher Award, 2016–2018. He received the ANU College of Asia & the Pacific Award for Teaching Excellence in 2013.
Current PhD students
Chair: Rohan Best
- Environmental economics
- Energy economics
- Transport economics
- Development economics
- Asia-Pacific economies