Susanna Price is currently a Lecturer (Hon) in the College of Asia and the Pacific at the Australian National University (ANU). She has worked at Ausaid, and in Asian Development Bank (ADB), Manila as Senior Social Development Specialist in Involuntary Resettlement.
As lead Resettlement staffer at ADB she made numerous project visits in the Asia-Pacific Region to advise on resettlement plans in a wide range of sectors. She has taught courses on resettlement for ADB, IAIA (International Association of Impact Assessment), as well as joint training sessions with World Bank and International Finance Corporation (IFC).
Prizes Susanna has won include the Praxis Prize, Washington Association of Professional Anthropologists (2003); a CIDA Prize (2000); ADB Presidents Prizes and a Public Service Scholarship for overseas study. Recent publications include Responses to Displacement across Asia–Pacific: Strategies for Development, Disasters and Climate Change and a new publication on Country Frameworks for Development Displacement and Resettlement (both co-edited volumes for Routledge with Associate Professor Jane Singer of Kyoto University).
Her latest article to be published imminently in Asia Pacific Viewpoint is entitled: “Looking back on development and disaster-related displacement and resettlement, anticipating climate-related displacement in the Asia Pacific region.”