PhD Candidate, University of Melbourne
I am a PhD Candidate at the University of Melbourne, researching lobbying activities and the effectiveness of advocacy advertising campaigns in Australia and the United States.
My research expertise includes economic philosophy, lobbying, political and advocacy advertising, and the political economy of gun-control.
I currently tutor and lecture in political science and political economy at the University of Melbourne. I am also the course coordinator and lecturer in environmental economics at RMIT University.
I have undergraduate and masters degrees majoring in politics and economics.
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