The Institute for International Trade at The University of Adelaide is delighted to announce the arrival of three new PhD candidates. The three aspirants commenced their studies in November of 2016 with an underlying theme of “Trade and Production Value-Chain.”
The Institute is positive that they will prove to be a valuable addition, and build on the presence of PhD students within the Faculty. The Institute for International Trade currently has two students approaching the conclusion of their studies, and looks forward to the promise of additional candidates in 2017.
Our three new PhD. Candidates are:
- Adriana Espejo Gracia (full-time PhD Candidate) is researching “Gender, Trade and Global production Value-Chain” under the supervision of Professor Christopher Findlay and Associate Professor Shandre Thangavelu
- Rynne Brendan (Part-Time PhD Candidate) is conducting research on “Trade, Regional Integration and Global Production Value-Chain” under the supervision of Associate Professor Shandre Thangavelu, Professor Kym Anderson and Professor Richard Pomfret
- Vutha Hing (Full-Time PhD Candidate) is conducting research on “Human Capital Development, Trade Dynamics, and Regional Production Value-Chain” under the supervison of Professor Christopher Findlay and Associate Professor Shandre Thangavelu
Please join us in welcoming these candidates to the Institute!