The Globalisation & Governance Research Network represents a coming together of UNSW colleagues who are interested in understanding the complex relationship between globalisation and governance.
Members are united by their interest in the following research questions:
Insofar as globalisation represents the most complex and multifaceted social process of the current era, the strength of our network derives from the interdisciplinary ways in which we consider these questions.
Our activities include regular research seminars, workshops and public lectures and events. We also provide a forum for the discussion of, and advocacy around, University and Government policies that shape the research environment in which we operate.
The Climate Change Group of the Globalisation & Governance Research Network represents UNSW researchers who are united by their interest in understanding the complex relationship between climate change and governance. Specifically:
The strength of the Climate Change Group derives from the interdisciplinary ways in which we consider these questions. Our activities include research seminars, workshops and public events.
The G&G Research Network has published over 35 books and more than 110 refereed journal articles in leading scholarly and popular presses. We collaborate with and publish alongside prominent researchers from over 35 universities around the globe.
We currently hold eight ARC Discovery Grants, one ARC Linkage Grant, two ARC Future Fellowships and one NHMRC grant.
Competitive grants are also held from such institutions as the Australia-India Institute, DFAT, AUSAID Department for International Development, DIAC Displaced Persons Program, United Nations High Commissioner for Refugees and others.
Our scholars are founders and members of numerous national and international research networks.
Many of our members have also held a number of prestigious competitive fellowships such as a Korea Foundation Fellowship at Seoul National University, a Hallsworth Fellowship at the University of Manchester, an Australian European University Institute Fellowship and numerous Associate and Visiting Fellowships at major institutions worldwide.
The Globalisation and Governance Research Network is supported by research in:
Our important and innovative research is concducted within UNSW School of Social Sciences and research areas, including: