School of Global Regulation and Governance (RegNet)
RegNet is a dynamic community of scholars from different disciplines united by our interest in governance and regulation. We have received international recognition as one of the world’s most vibrant governance and regulatory academic centres, combining rigorous interdisciplinary research with innovative forms of knowledge-translation in Australia, across the Asia Pacific region, and globally. Our work is built on principles of justice, sustainability and human well-being. Currently we work in the following thematic areas: climate, energy & the environment; human rights; law & justice; society, safety & health; trade, investment & intellectual property. We welcome new research directions.
ANU College of Asia & the Pacific
The ANU College of Asia and the Pacific is one of the world’s leading centres for teaching, research and outreach on the region. Since the founding of the Australian National University in 1946, the College has driven Australia’s engagement and understanding of its neighbourhood. The work conducted here has established the University as a global centre of excellence in research, teaching and influence on Asia and the Pacific. Today, the College hosts the largest number of regional experts and specialist academic programs in the English-speaking world, and plays a vital role in informing public policy and Australia’s intellectual engagement with the societies, cultures and economies of Asia and the Pacific. The ANU Library also holds one of the best Asian collections in the world. Although the College remains unique for its regional focus, it also has an unwavering commitment to disciplinary strength, particularly in political science, economics, history, anthropology, law, archaeology and linguistics, with an enviable international standing across all these disciplines.
The Australian National University
ANU is a world-leading university in Australia’s capital city, Canberra. Its location points to its unique history, ties to the Australian Government and special standing as a resource for the Australian people. Its focus on research as an asset, and an approach to education, ensures that ANU graduates are in demand the world-over for their abilities to understand, and apply vision and creativity to addressing complex contemporary challenges.