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    SCO-style economic cooperation: Treading slowly

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People | experts Jonathan Pryke
Director, Pacific Islands Program
Lowy Institute
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Areas of ExpertisePacific economic development; Australia-Melanesia relations; Australian foreign aid and the Pacific

Jonathan Pryke is Director of the Lowy Institute's Pacific Islands Program. Prior to joining the Lowy Institute Jonathan was a Research Officer at the Development Policy Centre at the Australian National University where, on top of his research obligations, he was editor of the Development Policy Blog and a co-convener of the Australasian Aid Conference. Jonathan is interested in economic development in the Pacific Islands region, Australia’s relationship with Melanesia, the role of aid and the private sector in Pacific Islands development and Pacific labour mobility. Jonathan holds a Bachelor of Commerce from The University of Sydney, a Masters of Public Policy (Development Policy), Masters of Diplomacy and Graduate Diploma in International and Development Economics from the Australian National University.