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Paul Wyrwoll

Paul Wyrwoll is Co-Director of CWEEP. He is a Research Fellow at the ANU Institute for Water Futures and the ANU Crawford School of Public Policy. Paul’s applied research in economics and public policy focuses on drinking water services, water infrastructure regulation, and environmental flows.

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Quentin Grafton

Quentin Grafton is Co-Director of CWEEP. He is a Professor of Economics, Australian Laureate Fellow, and Convenor of the Water Justice Hub at the ANU Crawford School of Public Policy. His research interests encompass problems of the environment and public policy, particularly water and fisheries.

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(Hoang) Long Chu

(Hoang) Long Chu is an Associate Professor and applied economic modeller within the Arndt-Corden Department of Economics at the ANU Crawford School of Public Policy. He creates applied models to support sustainable decision-making in resources management, biosecurity, and economic transitions.

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Jeff Connor

Jeff Connor is a Professor in Water Economics at UniSA Business in the University of South Australia. He specialises in quantitative economic, environmental and social integrated systems modelling. Jeff works closely with governments at all levels to provide policy advice based on rigorous economics

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Peter Coombes

Peter Coombes is an Honorary and Visiting Professor at the ANU Crawford School of Public Policy. He is also a director of Urban Water Cycle Solutions, an independent research and consulting group. Peter’s research interests include systems analysis, hydrology, molecular sciences, water quality and public policy.

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Katherine Daniell

Katherine Daniell is a Professor at the ANU School of Cybernetics and Fenner School of Environment and Society. She works on collaborative approaches to policy, action and education for sustainable development. Key research interests include water governance, risk management and the politics of innovation.

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Thang Nam Do

Thang Nam Do is a Fellow at the ANU Crawford School of Public Policy. His policy-oriented research encompasses energy transitions, climate change, water governance, environmental policy, ecosystem valuation and sustainable cities, with a geographic focus on Vietnam, the Mekong, and Southeast Asia.

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Safa Fanaian

Safa Fanaian is a Research Fellow at the ANU Crawford School of Public Policy. Her research interests include urban rivers in low and middle-income countries, water justice, and sustainable finance. She was an Oxford-Indira Gandhi Scholar during her PhD at the University of Oxford and is a National Geographic Explorer.

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James Horne

James Horne is a former Deputy Secretary in the Australian Department of Sustainability, Environment, Water, Population and Communities (2007-2010), with responsibility for Water. He has a broad interest public policy, and a particular interest in water governance and infrastructure policy.

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Julia Talbot-Jones

Julia Talbot-Jones is a Senior Lecturer in the School of Government at Victoria University of Wellington. Her research examines how society can better design and analyse institutions to benefit our environment, economy, and communities. Her work bridges economics, ecology, and resource management.

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Sarah Wheeler

Sarah Wheeler is a Professor of Water Economics in the School of Economics and Public Policy, University of Adelaide. Her research areas include irrigated farming, Murray-Darling Basin, and water markets. Sarah is a past President and Distinguished Fellow of the Australasian Agricultural and Resource Economics Society (AARES), and a Fellow of the Academy of Social Sciences in Australia.

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