Thursday, 10 August 2017

RMIT author showcase - Associate Professor Paul Battersby

As part of our showcase of RMIT authors, we are delighted to feature Associate Professor Paul Battersby, Deputy Dean of Global and Language Studies in the School of Global, Urban and Social Studies. His research interests focus on contemporary issues of global security, international development and transnational crime.

Associate Professor Battersby’s recent publication, co-edited with Ravi Roy from Southern Utah University, is titled “International Development: A Global Perspective on Theory and Practice”. Focusing on the theory and practice of international development, it features contributions from experts in the field covering a range of contemporary topics in global security, new technologies, ethics and learning, and participation. Associate Professor Battersby contributes to several chapters including “Globalization and global development practice”, “Governance, power and participation” and “Global justice, international law and development”.

Find the book at RMIT University Library:
Battersby, P. & Roy, R. (Eds.). (2017). International development: A global perspective on theory and practice. London: SAGE Publications.

Other publications by Associate Professor Battersby, available at RMIT University Library, include:

Please view Associate Professor Battersby’s staff profile for a more comprehensive biography and list of his publications.