We are happy to announce that Vladimir Pacheco Cueva has accepted a position as Associate Professor at the Department of Global Studies as of 1 February 2017.
Vladimir Pacheco Cueva received his PhD from Griffith University, Australia in 2003. Shortly after completion of his PhD, he accepted a position to teach politics at the University of the South Pacific in Fiji. He returned to Australia in 2008 and held research roles at the Foundation for Development Cooperation, the Centre for Social Responsibility in Mining and consulting firm WorleyParsons.
In 2014, Vladimir moved to Aarhus to take up a position as Assistant Professor of Global Governance at the School of Culture and Society where he teaches Project Management for students in two programmes: the Masters in International Studies and the Masters in Sustainable Heritage Management.
His current research interests include the governance and socio-economic impacts of non-renewable resource extraction in the Arctic and the Global South. Vladimir’s forthcoming publications include a chapter in a book titled: “Impact Benefit Agreements and economic and environmental risk management in the Arctic” in Pelaudeix, C and Basse, EM (eds). Governance of Arctic Oil and Gas Activities Routledge, 2017 and a monograph titled: An assessment of mine legacies and how to prevent them: A case study from Latin America, Springer, 2017.