Satish Chand

Satish Chand is Professor of Finance in the School of Business at the University of New South Wales Canberra.  Satish is also an Adjunct Professor at the Australian National University and the University of South Pacific, and an Associate of the National Research Institute in Papua New Guinea.  His research interests include labour migration, land reform, entrepreneurship and employment in fragile states, and the challenges of development.  For the past three years, Satish has been researching the nexus between peace and prosperity, drawing on the experiences of external peacekeeping in Bougainville (PNG), East Timor, Liberia, Mozambique, and the Solomon Islands.  This research has ramifications for pacification strategies in fragile states.

Pacific Islands Regional Integration and Governance »

Edited by: Satish Chand
Publication date: November 2005
This book brings together experts from around the world to consider specific issues pertaining to regional integration and governance within small states. The authors collectively address the challenges posed to small states by the quickened pace of globalisation. The lessons learnt from the experiences of small states are then used to draw policy lessons for the Pacific island countries. Pacific Islands Regional Integration and Governance will be of interest and relevance to academics and advanced students of the Pacific, its history and current challenges, as well as the general reader who has an interest in the area.