Benjamin Day

Dr Benjamin Day

Lecturer

Qualifications

BEcon/BA (UQ), MIS (UQ), PhD (ANU)

Contact details
+61 2 6125 2925
Room: 2.48
Building: Hedley Bull Building
Dr Benjamin Day

Ben is a Lecturer in the Asia-Pacific College of Diplomacy.

Previously he was Associate Lecturer in the Department of International Relations, where he convened the Department’s postgraduate courses in Foreign Policy Analysis and Australian Foreign Policy between 2017 and 2019.

Ben’s current research explores the role of political leaders in foreign policy decision-making, especially in relation to international development policy. He is co-author, with Valerie M. Hudson, of Foreign Policy Analysis: Classic and Contemporary Theory (3rd edn, Rowman & Littlefield, 2020). Ben is an associate of the ANU’s Development Policy Centre and was appointed as an Australian National Fellow at King’s College London in September 2019.

Prior to academia, Ben worked in the international development sector for a decade as an aid worker, a consultant, and a program manger, including three years working on health sector reform in Papua New Guinea.

Teaching

Ben teaches the graduate courses Negotiation and Conflict Resolution DIPL8004/DIPL8044 (Semester 1, 2020) and Harnessing Diplomacy for International Development DIPL8010 (Smester 2, 2020).

Ben Day heads to King's College as an Australian National Fellow

The Menzies Australia Institute welcomes fellows, Professor Neil Gunningham, Dr Ben Day and Dr Michael Cohen from Australian National University (ANU).

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