Professor Randy Stringer from Adelaide University will present the case for world heritage as an economic development strategy and what “standing out above the rest” can offer in terms of economic development leverage, at a special event in late March 2016.
The panel members joining Randy will be, Julian Morrison, Econsearch, Paul Mickan, The Barossa Council, Stephanie Johnson, Mount Lofty Ranges World Heritage Bid.
This event will interest anyone in the greater Adelaide area including elected members whose councils are party to a bid.
Here is a map to help you find the building. The Ingkarni Wardli building is F12 on this map – Faculty of Eng.Comp & Math.Sci.
This event will also be of general interest to those looking to find regional distinction in a global marketplace.
About Professor Randy Stringer
Over the past thirty years, Randy has taught, published and conducted research and policy analysis on agricultural development, natural resource management, food security, land tenure, rural development, poverty and environmental issues in Australia, Asia, Africa, Europe, and Latin America.
Before joining the University of Adelaide, Randy was Chief of the Comparative Studies Service at the United Nations Food and Agriculture Organization.
At the UN’s FAO, Randy’s Service produced its flagship publication, the State of Food and Agriculture, focusing on biotechnology, trade and poverty and environmental services.
From 1996 to 2002, Randy was Deputy Director of the Centre for International Economic Studies, where he managed research programs and lectured in the School of Economics, University of Adelaide.
During most of he 1980s, he was an Associate Research Scientist and Lecturer in agricultural economics at the University of Wisconsin’s Land Tenure Center.
The event will be on March 29, 2016, from 4pm until 6pm at the University of Adelaide, North Terrace in the Ingkarni Wardli 715 Conference Room.by