Dr Justin McKinley
Justin McKinley is an economist with a background in agricultural, development, and environmental economics, and is using this background to develop and pursue his interest in the area of One Health Economics.
Justin has a decade of experience conducting research in low- and middle-income countries across the globe. He has worked on research projects in Ghana, India, Bangladesh, Cambodia, Myanmar, Laos, Vietnam, Timor-Leste, and the Philippines, covering topics including climate-smart agriculture, climate change adaptation and mitigation, deforestation, crop insurance, technology adoption, disease preparedness, livestock health and production, and agricultural production decisions.
Justin contributes to projects across the Nossal Institute, but most of his research is focused on the Collaboration on One Health Economics Research for Systems (COHERES) project. This project is looking for opportunities to improve collaboration between the human and animal health sectors and use incentive-based regulation in veterinary markets in Cambodia in order to improve health security outcomes.