Dr Elisabeth Valiente-Riedl
+61 2 9351 4185
Current Position: Lecturer/ Director of Internships
Dr Elisabeth Valiente-Riedl teaches into and coordinates the internship program for the Master of Human Rights and the Master of Human Rights and Democratisation in the School of Social and Political Sciences at the University of Sydney. Her research focuses on the impact of ethical trade initiatives that lie at the nexus of corporate social responsibility and consumer movements. Elisabeth is currently examining the impact of the fair trade market in coffee on marginalised producers in Papua New Guinea. She is also involved in collaborative research projects evaluating the evolution of a human rights-based approach to development.
- Riedl, Elisabeth (2009) “Fairtrade: evaluating opportunities for smallholder coffee growers in PNG”, Pacific Economic Bulletin, Vol. 24, No. 2, July: pp. 122 – 144.
- Anderson, Tim and Elisabeth Riedl (2006) “Fair Trade: The Scope of the Debate”, Australian Journal of Professional and Applied Ethics, Special Issue: Global Justice and Global Prosperity, Selected Papers from the Third ISBEE World Congress 2004, Vol. 8, No. 1, June: 6 – 20.
- Anderson, Tim and Elisabeth Riedl (2004) “Fair Trade: The Scope of the Debate”, Third ISBEE World Congress (International Society of Business, Economics and Ethics), Melbourne, 14-17 July 2004.
- Riedl, Elisabeth and Joy Paton (2009) “Capabilities, Culture and Cooperatives: Getting on Track for MDG1 in PNG”, Symposium on Capabilities, Freedoms and Policy Making in the Pacific Region, the University of New South Wales, 18 November.
- Riedl, Elisabeth (2009) “NGOs in Trade”, Papua New Guinea Policy Forum, National Portrait Gallery, Canberra, 23 June.
- Riedl, Elisabeth (2009) “Fairtrade: Evaluating Opportunities for Smallholder Coffee Growers in PNG”, Papua New Guinea Updates, in Alotau (20 April), Goroka (22 April) and Madang (24 April) Papua New Guinea.
- Riedl Elisabeth and Tim Anderson (2004) “Fair Trade: The Scope of the Debate”, The Third ISBEE (the International Society of Business, Economics and Ethics) World Congress’, the University of Melbourne, July 14-17.