Dr. Sigitas Karpavicius is a senior lecturer of finance at the University of Adelaide Business School, which he joined in 2015. Dr. Karpavicius received his PhD from the University of New South Wales in 2011. Prior to his PhD studies, he obtained MA degree in Economics and Management Science from Humboldt University in Berlin and did research at the Economics Department of the Bank of Lithuania.
Craig’s primary research interest is in the analysis of agribusiness value chains and the resulting value chain improvement activities across the industry. He has global food experience from production through to consumption from the perspective of both the private and public sectors. Craig has held roles as a general manager of a successful food production company, a program manager in charge of allocating national value chain funding and a senior business consultant delivering on international value chain projects.
My research has focussed predominantly on the ecology and geomorphology of coastal environments. Early research (MAppSc) analysed the growth and bio-geomorphological development of a former flood tide delta in the River Murray Mouth estuary. More recently, (PhD) research focussed on the spread and potential impacts of the invasive, introduced grass Thinopyrum junceiforme along the Coorong foredune.
I am currently employed as an administrative assistant in the School of Social Sciences.
Welcome to my homepage. I am a Ph.D. candidate at the School of Economics, The University of Adelaide. My research interests are in Macroeconomic Theory, Applied Macroeconometrics and Forecasting. Currently, I am working on the efficacy of monetary policy in the U.S. following the 2001 recession and on bootstrapping tests of equal forecast accuracy.
Stefan Hajduk was born in Duisburg (Rhineland), studied German philology, theatre, and philosophy in Frankfurt am Main, Rome, Naples, and Munich, where he graduated at Ludwig Maximilians University. He received a summa cum laude (honors) on his MA degree. His thesis, „Metapher und Subjekt“, was supervised by Professor Gerhard Neumann. He continued his studies in Berlin, where he obtained his PhD at Humboldt University and worked for the Max Planck Institute for the History of Science.
Cally Guerin has worked as a lecturer in literary studies, cultural studies and gender studies, as an academic editor and as a teacher of English language. Since 2008 she has been employed at the University of Adelaide in the area of researcher education, delivering programs for doctoral candidates and their supervisors. Her interest in establishing collaborative research cultures is reflected in her co-authorship of research papers with students and colleagues on the topics of doctoral supervision, research writing and academic identities.