Professor Adam Fforde
Adjunct Professor, Victoria Institute of Strategic Economic Studies
Adam Fforde has had a mixed career. In academia, his main output is related to Vietnam (about 80% of currently 1700 citations on Google Scholar), and he also publishes on issues of development, economic method and social science methodology as related to governance.
Until recently he made most of his income as a development consultant, with a range of clients including a stint as an advisor in the Swedish Embassy, Hanoi. He was a full-time teaching member of staff at the SEA Program NUS in 2000-2001 and has supervised in a range of areas.
Appearances in the media
Adam Fforde has appeared on BBC World Service and ABC.
- Development Studies Association
- Asian Studies Association
- Economic History Society of Australia and New Zealand
Set up and ran Aduki p/l (later Adam Fforde and Assoc, p/l), 1992-2013
Areas of expertise
- Vietnam; Economic development; Development studies; Social science method; Governance