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The Australian National University

Francis Markham, Research Fellow

The Australian National University:

PhD in Geography, currently under examination.
Dissertation: “An investigation of the spatial patterning of gambling-related harm and the total consumption theory of gambling.”

BSc (hons) in Geography, 1st class, 2011.

BA/BSc, with a citation in Computer Science, 2010.


Francis Markham has a disciplinary background in human geography. He is a Research Fellow at the Centre for Aboriginal Economic Policy Research at The Australian National University where he carries out research related to Indigenous population change. He has carried out research on lands reclaimed by Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples under native title and various land rights regimes. Here his research seeks to examine the extent, location and economic potential of these returned lands. Markham has also undertaken research on Indigenous population change and mobility. In general, his research aims to integrate critical geographic theory with quantitative methods, in particular the social applications of Geographic Information Systems (GIS). Markham's doctoral research examined the local impacts of poker machines in Australia.

Please refer to Francis Markham's ANU Researcher's Page for further information.

Francis Markham
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Other documents

Francis Markham - CV.pdf259.48 KB

CAEPR publications & research outputs

Census Paperss

Census Papers
Census Papers No 9/2013
Nicholas Biddle
Francis Markham
Census Papers
Census Papers No 12/2013
Nicholas Biddle
Francis Markham

Working Papers

Working Paper
Working Paper No 88/2013
Francis Markham
Jess Bath
John Taylor
Bruce Doran

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