Current role: Change Management Officer, Central Transformation Office, Indonesian Ministry of Finance
Graduation year: 2015
Current position: Assistant Director, International Legal Branch, Australian Department of Foreign Affairs and Trade.
Year of graduation: 2016
I joined RegNet in 2017 as a Master of Philosophy (Regulation & Governance) student. My research examines industry tactics to resist public health policies.
This blog was produced as part of our seminar series: Governance and the power of fear
RegNet was delighted to secure a number of grants in the recent round of awards from the Australian Research Council (ARC).
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