INTERESTS Dr Roderick Duncan is a lecturer in economics and finance at CSU. He studied for his undergraduate degrees in economics and law at the Australian National University and his doctorate in economics at Stanford University. His research interests centre on development problems in Third World countries, including the Pacific island nations, and especially the links between natural resources and development. He has also writes on such disparate topics as the relationship between rising female education and falling marriage rates, on global warming policy and on the use of environmental offsets for wetlands management.
Bachelor of Law, Australian National University, Australia, 1991 (admitted to the bar)
Bachelor of Economics (Honours), Australian National University, Australia, 1991
PhD, Stanford University, Economics, 1999
Strategic Research Areas
The Value of River Health to the Residential Community of the Georges and Cook River Catchments, Sydney Metro Management Catchment Authority, $30,000. Duncan, R. (2012-2015)..