First Class Honours in Economics, University of Melbourne. Bachelor of Arts, University of Melbourne.
An economist and former diplomat, most recently one of a cadre of experts providing strategic advice to the Prime Minister and rest of government. My research explores geo-economic strategies to respond to a new global order – one in which Australia faces sharper trade-offs between sovereignty, security and economic prosperity.
The research will explore geo-economic strategies to respond to a new global order – one in which Australia faces sharper trade-offs between sovereignty, security and economic prosperity.
Mixing the carrots with the sticks: third party punishment and reward; Nikiforakis, Nikos; Mitchell, Helen. Experimental Economics 17, 1–23 (2014). https://doi-org.virtual.anu.edu.au/10.1007/s10683-013-9354-z
Equality, well-being and the work of the Victorian Equal Opportunity and Human Rights Commission; McDonald, Ian; Mitchell, Helen. Insights: Melbourne Business and Economics Vol. 8 (November 2010). https://issuu.com/business-economics/docs/insights_volume_8_november_2010
Scholarships and fellowships
Sir Roland Wilson Scholarship
An Australian economist and former diplomat. Most recently one of a cadre of experts providing strategic advice to the Prime Minister and rest of government. Also worked at the Commonwealth Treasury and served Australia in New York, South Africa and Mexico with the Department of Foreign Affairs and Trade. Additional languages: Spanish, Portuguese and Japanese.
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