Dr Hazel Moir is an Honorary Associate Professor at The Australian National University Centre for European Studies.
Dr Moir is an economist with two decades of policy experience with the Australian government, mainly in industry and trade policy.
As well as publishing in academic journals, Dr Moir makes submissions to government enquiries to assist in policy development and evaluation. She recently published a chapter on pharmaceutical patenting in the Cambridge Handbook of Investment-Driven Intellectual Property and is currently updating her policy work on geographical indications in the context of European Union-Australia trade negotiations and the outcomes for Canada and New Zealand.
Dr Moir has experience in the private sector and international development issues, having spent two years in Indonesia and participating in early ASEAN projects.
Her first PhD focused on the industrial structure of the labour market and urbanisation. After completing a second PhD at ANU in 2009, she now works primarily on patents, geographical indications and other monopolies and restraints on trade.