Research Students

Lyndal HasselmanSubmitted PhD 2018

Contact

Centre

Centre for Change Governance

Organisation

Institute for Governance and Policy Analysis at the University of Canberra

Research Interests

Adaptive management, accountability, Natural resource management governance, catchment planning evaluation, localism, Federalism, cross jurisdiction governance, collaborative governance

QUALIFICATIONS

Bachelor of Science in Agriculture, University of Sydney (2002)
Masters of Business Administration, Charles Sturt University (2012)

THESIS TOPIC

Adaptive management and accountability in multi-level environmental governance: A case study of environmental water in the Murray-Darling Basin

SUPERVISORY PANEL

Dr Leonie Pearson (chair), Dr Lain Dare, Prof Mark Evans

PUBLICATIONS

Murray, A. and Hasselman, L., (2013), A solution to rigid government NRM planning requirements through adaptive management, Extension Farming Systems Journal, 9, 1 pp290.

Hasselman, L., (2013), Designing plans so evaluation CAN contribute to learning, adaptive management and achievement, presented at the Australasian Evaluation Society Annual International Conference, Brisbane, 4-6 September 2013. 

CONFERENCE PRESENTATIONS

Power struggles in the management of environmental water. Public Policy Network Conference. Canberra, ACT Australia. 29th January 2014

Adaptive management, adaptive co-management, adaptive governance: What’s the difference? International Symposium on Society and Resource Management. Charleston, South Carolina, USA. 13th June 2015 https://securereg.mauconsulting.ca/issrm2015/abstractdisp_popup.php?useprikey=Y&prikey=204&id=4215

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