Josh’s research focuses on how power is expressed in the financial systems used to fund disaster response. He is locating this research in the ten years since the Global Financial Crisis in two case studies: Vanuatu and Pakistan.
Josh is a casual academic at RMIT, tutoring in subjects across the Master of International Development and the Bachelor of International Studies. He is also an Associate Trainer for RedR Australia where he leads Blockchain for Humanitarians Communities of Practice and manages a regional disaster preparedness program at Oxfam Australia.
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disaster and humanitarian response, disaster risk management, structural power, disaster financing, Vanuatu, Pakistan, critical realism, social systems theory.