Daniel Hyslop commissions, directs and manages research for the Institute for Economics and Peace (IEP) as well as authors and oversees production of IEP publications. Daniel coordinates research for the Institute, overseeing IEP’s research team and directing its external research partnerships. He has worked in various multidisciplinary research and policy roles in political, university, and government environments.
From 2008 to 2010, he worked as a research associate to an Australian government relations and political consultancy, advising and researching on a broad range of political and public policy issues. Prior, Daniel lived in Beijing where he worked and studied at Peking University under scholarship from the University of Sydney. At Peking University, he was research fellow at the Guanghua School of Management where he focused on the political economy of Chinese health reform.
Daniel holds a Bachelor of Economics and Masters of Economics (Social Sciences) (First Class Honours) from Sydney University. After his undergraduate studies, he worked in the public service, as a policy officer and contract manager at the Department of Education, Employment and Workplace Relations, administering programs aimed at helping highly disadvantaged long term unemployed people into the workforce.