Prior to joining RegNet as a Research Fellow, Ashley completed her doctoral thesis in Population Health at the University of Ottawa on international trade and investment agreements and health, exploring the role of transnational corporations and international investment law.
The ANU School of Regulation and Global Governance (RegNet) is delighted to announce that ANU RegNet Research Fellow Dr Ashley Schram and Dr Jensen Sass from the University of Canberra, have been awarded the Braithwaite Research Fellowship.
The Braithwaite Research Fellowship has been established in honour of RegNet founders, Professors John and Valerie Braithwaite, who spent many years heading diverse research groups at the Australian National University including restorative justice, regulatory theory, responsive regulation and international peacebuilding.
The fellowship is awarded to rising stars in the area of governance and regulation which will undertake acclaimed innovative research in regulation and governance.
“Both Ashley and Jensen bring a mix of interdisciplinary expertise, research into important social issues, exciting education ideas and the potential to engage deeply with policy and regulation in the broadest sense”, said Sharon Friel, Director of RegNet.