Dr Gabriel Wong

ANU College of Arts and Social Sciences
T: +61 2 6125 4414

Areas of expertise

  • Criminology 1602
  • Causes And Prevention Of Crime 160201
  • Criminological Theories 160204


Gabriel Wong is a Lecturer at the ANU Centre for Social Research and Methods. His research interests include adolescent drug involvement, policy decision making, knowledge synthesis, economic analysis of crime prevention and efficiency in policing. Gabriel is a quantitative researcher with experience in evaluation, economic analyses and decision modelling. Gabriel’s recent research focuses on the use of multi-criteria frameworks to analyse the contributing factors of adolescent drug involvement and evaluate the drug policy preference in Hong Kong and Australia. These results are influential in informing the development of targeted institutional and criminal justice policies aimed at mitigating the adverse harms and consequences associated with illicit drug involvement.


Researcher's projects

Economic analysis of the CREATE-ing Pathways to Child Wellbeing.



Projects and Grants

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