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Ian Shirley

Pro Vice Chancellor
Professor: Institute of Public Policy

QualificationsIan Shirley

  • BA
  • MA (Hons)
  • Doctor of Philosophy in Public Policy

Job Title/Role
Pro Vice Chancellor: Vice Chancellors Office
Professor: Institute of Public Policy

Research areas
Public Policy, Social Policy, Economic Development, Social Development

Current Research Projects

Director of the Asian and Pacific Development Programme engaging 15 research teams across Asia Oceania and Latin America.

Leader of the Auckland Project in conjunction with Carol Neill, Natalie Jackson (Waikato) and David Mare (MOTU).

Publications- Journal
The Global Recession: Its Impact in Asia and the Pacific in Local Economy, Vol 24, No3 May 2009, 254-261, Routledge

Publications- Book
Asian and Pacific, Cities: development Patterns, joint editor with Carol Neill, Routledge, March 2013.

Publications- Report
“Il ruolo delle politiche socio-sanitarie nello sviluppo economico e sociale del Veneto” Ca' Foscari Formazione e Ricerca, Veneto, Italy, September 2009.

The Auckland Economy: Situation and Forecast, BERL Economics and the Institute of Public Policy, November 13

Conferences, Seminars, Presentations

  • Hosting of the China Executive Leadership Academy delegation, 14 and 15 April 2009
  • Metropolitan Development in Asia and the Pacific – A seminar presentation and discussion with the Global Cities Institute at RMIT University, Melbourne, 29 July 2009
  • The Unexamined Life is not worth living. An introductory address to the Research Offices Conference held at AUT University on 6/7 August
  • At the Interface between Global Trends and Local Voices.  Keynote address to the conference on Global Trends and Local Voices, Anglicare Australia, Hyatt Regency, 22 September
  • Launching of the Step Up report on Disability. Minister of Disability Services, AUT University 3 September
  • Research Forum: An Introduction to the Postgraduate Symposium AUT University, 25 September
  • Development Patterns – New Zealand and Vietnam. A Seminar and discussion with Vietnam Project 165, 28/29 September
  • Open cities: An international consultation aimed at developing an educational programme for City Leaders.  Video Conference : British Council 12 October
  • Public Sector management: A seminar and discussion with the Chonqqing Delegation from China AUT University – 21 October
  • Powhiri and Pasifika welcome for Foundation Professor of Pacific Studies AUT University, 30 October
  • The Auckland Economy: Situation and Forecast The Launching of the quarterly forecast by BERL Economics and the Institute of Public Policy, Langham, 13 November

Work in the Public Interest
Memberships and affiliations:
  • Professor of the China Executive Leadership Academy Pudong (CELAP)
  • Editorial Board of Local Economy a peer-reviewed journal published by Routledge, United Kingdom

Last updated: 15 Oct 2012 4:45pm

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