About Caroline Hoisington

Caroline Hoisington

Caroline Hoisington is the Centre for Policy Development's Marine Economy Fellow. She is an agricultural and natural resources economist with interests in sustainable development, democratic policy reform, and environmental management. She co-authored Stocking Up: Securing our marine economy and Preserving Our Marine Wealth with CPD's Laura Eadie. Caroline has worked as a senior natural resources economist and policy analyst in various development agencies across the US, Europe, Asia and Africa including the World Bank, the Asian Development Bank, the European Bank for Reconstruction and Development, bilateral aid agencies like USAID, UN Agencies, the EU, NGOs and consulting firms. She is the author of 'Rough trade: How Australia’s trade policies contribute to illegal logging in the Pacific Region' and co-editor of the World Bank book 'Food Policy'. She is an honorary fellow at the Australian National Centre for Ocean Resources and Security (ANCORS), and a visiting fellow at Sydney Institute of Marine Sciences (SIMS). She writes on a range of policy areas including trade policy, environmental management, carbon trading and food policy. Her current research interests centre on forests and oceans.

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