Masters of Sustainability and Climate Policy (Curtin University)
Bachelor of Political, Economic and Social Sciences (University of Sydney)
The impact of exposure to natural disasters on a suite of behaviours, beliefs and attitudes in African individuals.
Robert Mackay is a PhD candidate with the Bankwest Curtin Economics Centre under the supervision of Associate Professor Astghik Mavisakalyan.
Robert previously completed his Masters of Sustainability and Climate Policy at Curtin University publishing his thesis findings on the responsible management of tourist sites.
Robert also holds a Bachelor of Political, Economic and Social Sciences from Sydney University.
Prior to joining the Bankwest Curtin Economics Centre, Robert worked as an assistant director of international policy for the Pacific islands with the Department of Home Affairs (Australian Government).
Robert’s current research focus is on the impact of exposure to natural disasters on a suite of behaviours, beliefs and attitudes in African individuals.
Robert will also be completing a fellowship with the United Nations University World Institute for Development Economics Research (UNU-Wider) in spring of 2023.