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Bushfire science, prediction and ecology
Public Policy - Environmental
Solar cells, solar energy, nanotechnologyEnvironment - Energy
China, labour, workers, trade unions, Vietnamese labour.
Asia (North) - China
Higher education financing and loans, unemployment, poverty traps, labour market programs, income contingent loans, the brain drain.
Economics - Employment/Labour
International law, human rights law, United Nations, women's rights.
Law - International
Women's economic empowerment in Fiji; measuring poverty and gender disparity with a focus on Sen's capability approach; gender, Hindu womanhood and diaspora; gender relations in the Pacific especially masculinity in crisis.
Pacific - Fiji
Pakistan (law, governance, and cricket), Islamic law and South AsiaAsia (South)
Asia (South) - Pakistan
Chinese economy, The World Trade Organisation, foreign direct investment policy and governance programAsia (North) - China
Economics - International
Leadership, organisational commitment organisational behaviour in international context, cross cultural management and Chinese management
Humour, Emotions, Anger Management and Leadership
Further details of expertise: Government project management, public-private partnerships (PPPs), value co-creation in projects, employee well-being and performance management in construction projects.
Plant biophysics, light reactions in photosynthesisScience - Biology
data matching, record linkage, entity resolution, data mining, data integration, privacy-preserving data mining, privacy-preserving record linkage
British Romantic literature and culture
Public lecturing during the eighteenth and nineteenth centuries
Modern Scottish intellectual and cultural history
The culture of science in Romantic Britain
The Edinburgh Review 1802-1829 and its ediitor, Francis JeffreyCultural relations between Britain and China in the Qing dynasty
Poetry and poeticsLiterary influence
Shakespeare in critical and cultural historyWilliam Wordsworth and Samuel Taylor Coleridge
Prehistory of Pacific and Indian Oceans, Samoa, Uvea, Fiji, Tonga, New Zealand, Mariana Islands, PalauArchaeology & Anthropology
Pacific - Fiji
Pacific - New Zealand
Pacific - PNG
Pacific - Samoa
Pacific - Tonga
Iran, Tajikistan, Middle Eastern and Central Asian politics
Middle East - Iran
Further details of expertise
Political Science, International Relations, Government And Politics Of Asia And The Pacific, Defence Studies, The history and politics of the Xinjiang Uyghur Autonomnous Region (China), Ethnic separatism(particularly in China, Chinese history from Qing era to the present, The geopolitics of Central Eurasia, Terrorism and political violence, Australian defence and foreign policy, Nuclear proliferation and non-proliferation, American defence and foreign policy
Epidemiology, infectious diseases
Health - Medical Research
Health - Population Health
Tom Cliff is an ARC Postdoctoral Fellow in the School of Culture, History, and Language at the Australian National University.
Tom is currently investigating the role of the informal institutions of family and enterprise in responding to economic uncertainty and the ageing population in China.
Tom has conducted long-term fieldwork in Xinjiang, and his book, Oil and Water: Being Han in Xinjiang was published by Chicago University Press in June 2016.