from Australian National University
Paul Burke is an energy economist at the Australian National University (ANU)’s Crawford School of Public Policy. His research has focused on climate policy instruments for use in Australia and overseas. In 2016 he published a paper identifying key limitations to Australia’s current climate policy, Direct Action. Paul is one of the co-leads for low-carbon energy research under the Energy Transition Hub, a bilateral research collaboration between top research institutions in Australia and Germany. Paul is also carrying out research on Indonesia’s energy subsidy reform program. Paul has been awarded an ARC Discovery Early Career Researcher Award, 2016–2018. He holds a PhD in Economics from the ANU and a Bachelor in Agricultural Economics (Honors I) from the University of Sydney.
Areas of ExpertiseMedia - Energy, environment and climate change
Public Speaking - Energy, environment and climate change