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Yuanita Suhud

Yuanita Suhud
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12 May 2020
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Yuanita Suhud has been working as a Research Associate since December 2015. Prior to joining ERIA, she worked as a research assistant for the Environmental Management and Development Program, at the Australian National University (ANU). She holds a Master of Studies degree and a Graduate Diploma from ANU where she enrolled on a full scholarship from the Ford International Fellowships Program. Her key interests span a broad spectrum of development topics, with a special focus in growth, development, and welfare. Yuanita is currently supporting ERIA's senior economists conducting projects on ASEAN at 50 and energy policy in Asia Pacific.

Research Interests

  • Inclusive growth and development
  • Welfare and poverty
  • Sustainable resource management

Education

2013

Master of Studies, College of Arts and Social Sciences
The Australian National University

2012

Graduate Diploma in Environmental Management and Development, College of Asia and the Pacific
The Australian National University

Experience

2015

Research Assistant
Environmental Management and Development Program, Crawford School of Public Policy, the Australian National University

2008-2010

Researcher/Consultant
Solusi Bangsa Research Action

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