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Radha Ivory researches problems at the intersection of transnational criminal law, international human rights law, and global governance. She seeks to understand the impact of globalised economic crime controls on individuals, companies, and communities. Her work focuses on tensions between efforts to combat corruption through asset recovery and corporate anti-bribery regimes, and to protect fundamental human entitlements and values like accountability and participation. Through publications and presentation, she contributes to international policy debates that are key to Australia’s place in a changing world.

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Dr Radha Ivory

Lecturer
TC Beirne School of Law