Crawford School of Public Policy, College of Asia & the Pacific
Nathan Attrill is a PhD student at the Crawford School of Public Policy. He specialises in political economy and public policy in contemporary China. His thesis is titled ‘Revitalising Northeast China: Rust belt politics and policy failures’ which focuses on the ideas shaping revitalisation politics in northeast China and the effects they have on the policy process and ideological debates around market reform.
Prior to his studies at ANU, he obtained a Master's degree in Public Policy at Peking University and a Master's degree in International Relations at Victoria University of Wellington.