Dr Vladimir Pacheco
Vladimir Pacheco is a Research Fellow at CSRM, specialising in issues of economic democracy and social impacts of large economic projects.
He is currently working on a Social Impact Monitoring Framework for Newcrest Mining Limited in PNG as part of a research partnership between Newcrest and CSRM.
Before joining CSRM, Vladimir worked as a training and knowledge transfer manager at the Foundation for Development Cooperation (FDC).
In this role he
delivered training in financial literacy for remittance receiving households and in governance and leadership for women.
He also conducted research for a Masters in Microfinance proposal and managed FDC's publications program.
Vladimir has taught undergraduate and postgraduate courses in politics and economic development at the University of Queensland, Monash University and the University of the South Pacific in Fiji.
He holds a PhD in political economy and a Bachelor of Arts (Honours) in Modern Asian studies from Griffith University; his doctoral dissertation analysed the socio-economic impacts of financial deregulation in Costa Rica.
Pacheco, V.D. (2007).
Economic Democracy and Financial Reform in Vanuatu.
Social and Economic Studies.
56, No. 1/2
, V. D. and Goss, J. 1999.
Comparative Globalisation and Restructuring Processes in the Asia-Pacific: Costa Rica and Thailand.
Journal of Contemporary Asia
No. 4: 516-535.
, V. D. 1998.
The ideological background of policy making in Latin America.
In: Harrison, P. and Kendall, G. (ed.). Refashioning Sociology: Responses to a New World Order.