Bacholar of Arts (hons), University of Melbourne; PhD, University of Melbourne
Dr Fiona Haines is Professor of Criminology in the School of Social and Political Sciences and Honorary Professor at RegNet in the College of Asia and Pacific at ANU. She has research expertise in white collar crime, globalisation, risk, regulatory theory and regulatory reform with empirical work spanning several domains including accountability of multinational corporations for human rights abuse, understanding the intersection between the financial and climate crises, industrial disasters and occupational health and safety, counter-terrorism and the criminalisation of cartel conduct. Her work often involves interdisciplinary teams from across the social and political sciences as well as in engineering and climate science. She has published extensively including most recently The Paradox of Regulation: What regulation can achieve and what it cannot Edward Elgar in 2011.