Eve Warburton

PhD candidate
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Eve Warburton joined the Department of Political and Social Change in 2013 where she is researching natural resource policy in Indonesia. Eve has a BA (Languages) (Hons) from the University of Sydney and an MA in Human Rights from Columbia University, where she focused on the human rights responsibilities of businesses. Her research interests include the relationship between business and politics, and the politics of natural resource policy in Indonesia and the Southeast Asian region. Eve’s work has been published in Inside Indonesia, The Alternative Law Journal, and Southeast Asia Research.

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