Associate Professor Llewelyn Hughes

Ph.D. (Massachusetts Institute of Technology), 2009
Associate Dean for Research
College of Asia & the Pacific

Research interests

In his academic work Llewelyn is interested in how public policies affect, and are affected by, energy markets. He is currently investigating how and why energy policies are changing in response to the problem of climate change, with a particular focus on the Asia-Pacific region. A second project examines how exposure to extreme weather events affects beliefs in climate change. Llewelyn also has an interest in fossil fuels. In 2014 his book Globalizing Oil was published through the Business and Public Policy series with Cambridge University Press (reviewed here by Paul Stevens in The Energy Journal). His research is published or forthcoming in Annual Review of Political ScienceBusiness and Politics, Climatic ChangeEnergy PolicyEnvironmental Science & Policy, Global Environmental Change, International Studies Quarterly, and other academic journals, as well as in numerous policy outlets.


Llewelyn Hughes is Associate Dean for Research at the College of Asia & the PacificAustralian National University (ANU), and an Associate Professor at the Crawford School of Public Policy. He also sits on the Executive Committee of the ANU’s Energy Change Institute.

Llewelyn is responsible for the provision of high quality leadership in research within the ANU's College of Asia & the Pacific. His portfolio includes responsibility for promoting a culture of research excellence and research productivity in the College, and leading the management and direction of the College’s research performance, profile and quality.




Projects and Grants

Grants information is drawn from ARIES. To add or update Projects or Grants information please contact your College Research Office.

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