Researcher biography

Chris McEwan is research assistant to Professor Karen Hussey in the Centre for Policy Futures. In this role, he provides research and writing support across a wide range of topics including: climate change, emerging technologies, science and innovation, and foreign and security policy.

Chris holds an undergraduate and master’s degree in International Relations and his research lies at the intersection of politics, history, and geography; specialising in the use of comparative analysis and focusing on the areas of security, geopolitics, and socio-economic macro-process.

In addition to his role at the CPF, Chris is a PhD candidate with the School of Earth and Environmental Sciences. His PhD project focuses on the aforementioned use of comparative analysis within the policy process.