Ram received his Batchelor's degree in Economics from the University of Western Australia, a Master of Arts from University of Bombay and his doctorate from University of Birmingham, Engalnd.

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Publications:
Economic Evaluation of Design

Economic considerations have become an essential feature of design decisions. This paper examines the implications for evaluating design using the micro-macro distinction that exists in Economics.

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Design Architecture: Cost Effective Solutions to Climate Change

This paper discusses how design and architecture play an important role for proving cost effective solutions in the near future.

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Capacity Building for Sustainable Development

The paper discusses some lessons for capacity building for sustainable development based on experiences in the communities of the Northern Territory to build capacity of both indigenous and non-indigenous populations.

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Payment for Ecosystem Services (PES) as a Model for Integrated Natural Cultural Resource Management (INCRM)

This paper describes how Aboriginal landowners in the Northern Territory, Australia, have potential to gain greater control of their land through use of Payment for Environmental Services as a framework.

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Poverty Alleviation in Indigenous Australia

In Northern Australia, indigenous livelihoods and the Aboriginal economy can benefit greatly through a redesign and shift in governance of land management provision.

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