Higher Degree by Research Candidate
Centre for Global Food and Resources
Faculty of the Professions
Born in Malawi, John contributes to the design and analysis of problems in the field of development economics, natural resource economics, environmental management, planning and policy. He has contributed to projects addressing aid for development programs, food and water security and water quality management. John’s work involves applying techniques used in economics including econometric analysis, investment risk analysis, real options analysis, cost-benefit analysis, and portfolio analysis to inform decision making, policy design and implementation. John has obtained training in application of various software programmes for econometric analysis, spatial analysis, investment risk analysis, and optimisation. John’s research areas of interest include financial economics, development economics, and the assessment of investment and policy decisions. John obtained a Masters in Economic while working at CSIRO and is currently enrolled in the University of Adelaide PhD program in Economics.