John Lodewijks

Professor & Dean - Undergraduate

Education

  • PhD in Economics, Duke University, USA
  • Master of Economics, University of New England
  • Master of Arts, Duke University, USA
  • Bachelor of Economics, University of Sydney

Subjects Taught/Student Project Mentor

  • Economic Growth and Development
  • Australian Business Environment

Academic experience

  • Consultant, National Centre for Development Studies, Australian National University
  • Consultant, AIDAB (AusAID), Economic Advice of Pacific Island Countries
  • Member, DFAT Committee, Pacific Island Senior Visiting Fellowship Awards
  • Organizing Committee and Scientific Program Committee, XIX Pacific Science Congress
  • Tertiary Sector Representative of the Committee of Chairs of Academic Boards/Senates of Universities in NSW and ACT, Board of Studies’ Curriculum Committee. Academic Member, Economics Project Team, Board of Studies; Examinations committee
  • Business and Economics Reference Group, Australian Curriculum, Assessment and Reporting Authority (ACARA), Australian Curriculum for Business and Economics
  • Director, Economics and Business Educators NSW
  • Editorial Board, International Journal of Applied Economics and Econometrics, International Journal of Development Issues, Survey Editor, Economic Record, Co-editor–in chief of the Economic and Labour Relations Review
  • Adjunct Staff, ATAX, Faculty of Law, UNSW
  • Head, Department of Economics, UNSW
  • Editor, History of Economics Review
  • Director, Centre for South Pacific Studies
  • Professor and Head of School of Economics & Finance, UWS
  • Awarded the Vice-Chancellor’s Award for Teaching Excellence, UNSW
  • Carrick Citation for Outstanding Contributions to Student Learning
  • Selected as Peer Reviewer, ERA 2012, Economics & Commerce
  • Adjunct Professor, UNSW
  • External Review Panel Member: University of Canterbury; University of Auckland
  • Selection Panel Member, Premier’s First State Super Financial Literacy Scholarship

Research & publications

  • "Growth and Distribution in Developing Countries: The Experiences of Papua-New Guinea", ANNALS H. Federspiel (ed.) Southeastern Region of the American Association for Asian Studies, Ohio State Univ., Vol. V, Autumn 1983, pp. 100-110. (Abridged version appears in Duke Humanities Review, Vol. III Spring 1982 pp.60-73).
  • "HOPE - Cumulative Indexes (1969-1983)", History of Political Economy 15.4, 1983 (with Jeff Biddle) pp. 629-686.
  • "HOPE and the Journal Literature in the History of Economic Thought", History of Political Economy 15.3, 1983 (with Neil de Marchi) pp. 321-343.
  • "American Macroeconomics in the 1940s - The Professional Dialogue", Proceedings of the American History of Economics Society 1985 Meetings, George Mason University, 19-22 May, 1985, pp. 1-45.
  • "Teaching and Examining the History of Economic Thought", HETSA Bulletin, History of Economic Thought Society of Australia No. 7 Winter 1987 pp. 30-34
  • "The Historian of Thought and Modern Economics" (with G. Argyrous), HETSA Bulletin, History of Economic Thought Society of Australia No. 8 1987 pp.34-39
  • "Arthur M. Okun: Economics for Policymaking" Journal of Economic Surveys 1988 Vol 2 No 3 pp.245-264.
  • "Employment and Wages Policy in Papua New Guinea" Journal of Industrial Relations Vol.30 No.3 September 1988 pp.381-411.
  • "Arthur Okun and the Lucasian Critique" Australian Economic Papers Vol. 27 No. 51 December 1988 pp. 253-271
  • "The Division of Labour Economics", HETSA Bulletin, History of Economic Thought Society of Australia No. 9 1988 pp.30- 38
  • "Dow's Macroeconomic Thought: A Methodological Approach" Research in the History of Economic Thought and Methodology. A Research Annual. W. J. Samuels (ed.) JAI Press. Greenwich, Connecticut. Vol. 6 1989 pp. 261-268
  • "Arthur M. Okun's Contribution to the Macroeconomic Policy Debates of the 1970's". Economic Analysis and Policy Vol. 19 No. 2 September 1989 pp.141-166 Recent Economic Developments in the South Pacific Island Economies, Centre for Applied Economic Research, University of N.S.W, December 1989. Joint-Editor with J. Zerby and author of four chapters. pp. 102
  • "Macroeconometric Models and the Methodology of Macroeconomics" History of Economics Society Bulletin (in 1990 this became the Journal of the History of Economic Thought). Vol 11. No 1 Spring, 1989 pp. 33-58
  • "Sidney Weintraub, the English Dons, and an unpublished obituary of Harrod" HETSA Bulletin, History of Economic Thought Society of Australia, No. 13 Winter 1990 pp.8-17
  • "The Oskar Morgenstern Papers" HETSA Bulletin, History of Economic Thought Society of Australia, No. 14. Summer 1990 pp.10- 16.
  • "Market Structure and Industrial Innovation" Prometheus Vol. 8 No. 1. June 1990 pp.108-128
  • "Economic Methodology" in E. Tower (ed.) History of Economic Thought. Durham, Eno River Press, 1990. Vol. 24 pp.154-171
  • "South Pacific Economies: A Guide to Recent Australian and South Pacific Research" in G. McCall (ed.) Sydney Talk: Australia in the South Pacific. Section editor and contributor. Centre for South Pacific Studies, Pacific Studies Monograph No. 1, November 1990, pp.8-20.
  • "Rostow, Developing Economies and National Security Policy" in Craufurd D. Goodwin (ed.) Economics and National Security, Durham, Duke University Press. 1991. pp.285-310
  • "Structural Adjustment Issues in PNG" (with D. Enahoro and G. Argyrous) The Economic and Labour Relations Review. Vol.2 No.1 June 1991 pp.154-171.
  • "Sidney Weintraub and the 'Noxious Influence of Authority'" History of Economics Review, No. 16 Summer 1991 pp.112-118.
  • "Stabilising Developing Economies" (with D. Enahoro and G. Argyrous) Pacific Viewpoint 32 (1) May 1991 pp.43-65
  • "The Economics of Pacific Islander Migration: A Lot of Conjecture and a Little Bit of Data" (with J. Zerby), in Grant McCall and John Connell (eds.) Pacific Islander Migration: A World Perspective, Pacific Studies Monograph No.6, Centre for South Pacific Studies, Sydney, 1993 pp.319-326
  • "A Conversation with John Nevile" in B.B. Rao (ed.) Essays in Economics, In Honour of Professor J.W. Nevile. Presented to him on his retirement. CAER, University of New South Wales 1994 pp.15-34. Reprinted in History of Economics Review No.21 Winter 1994 pp.94-104.
  • "Managing Growth in the South Pacific" Development Bulletin, Australian Development Studies Network, Australian National University, Vol.31 July 1994 pp.56-59
  • "Anthropologists and Economists: Conflict or Cooperation" Journal of Economic Methodology Vol.1 No.1 June 1994 pp.81- 103.
  • "Relevance, Scholarship and the Historian of Economics", Journal of the History of Economic Ideas, 3 (2), 131-155, 1995.
  • "Developing Economies and World Trade", in Edward Tower (ed.) Development Economics I, Eno River Press, 15, 1995, 184- 196.
  • "Economic Development in ASEAN Countries", in Edward Tower (ed.) Development Economics II, Eno River Press, 16, 1995, 72- 85.
  • "Creating a Conducive Learning Environment: Economics at UNSW", (with Watson, J and Madigan, C) in O'Sullivan, G and Flowers, F (eds.) Teaching First Year Economics at Australian Universities, University of Canberra, ACT, 1995, 37-58.
  • "Preface" in R. Brown & A. Walker, Migrants and Remittances, Pacific Studies Monograph No.17 University of New South Wales 1995 pp.i-iii
  • "Patterns of Economic Development: 1970-1995" Economics Vol.31 No.4 Dec. 1995 pp.23-26
  • "Small is Beautiful: Economics as if Students Mattered" in L. Hewson & S.Toohey (ed.) The Changing University, PDC: University of NSW, 1996 pp.228-243
  • "Tinbergen's Contribution to ECAFE" (with Girgis Marzouk) Indian Journal of Applied Economics, Vol.6 No.1 1997 pp.25-33 (This Special Tinbergen issue of the Journal contained articles by three Nobel Laureates - Samuelson, Modigliani and Klein)
  • "The Pacific Paradox - South Pacific Island Economies" Indian Journal of Applied Economics, Vol. 6 No.2 April-June 1997 pp.23-41
  • "Old and New Keynesians" Indian Journal of Applied Economics, Vol.6 No.3 July-Sept. 1997 pp.27-39
  • "Looking Thru the Rostovian Crystal Ball" Indian Journal of Applied Economics, Vol.6 No.4 Oct.-Dec. 1997 pp.1-12.
  • "Growth and Trade in the Pacific Islands" in S. Paul (ed.) Trade and Growth: New Theory and the Australian Experience, Allen & Unwin 1998 pp.190-210
  • "The Asia-Pacific Region and Economies in Transition" Ecodate Vol.12. No.2 May 1998 pp.4-8
  • "Okun, Arthur Melvin" in J.A. Garraty and M.C. Carnes (eds.) American National Biography, American Council of Learned Societies and Oxford University Press, New York, 1999. Vol. 16 pp.662-64.
  • "Anthropology and Consumer Behavior" in P. Earl and S. Kemp (eds.) The Elgar Companion to Consumer Research and Economic Psychology, Edward Elgar, Cheltenham, 1999 pp.27-32
  • "Development Economics", "Economic Anthropology", "History of Economics" and "Integration", in P. O'Hara (ed.) Encyclopedia of Political Economy, Routledge, London 1999 Vol I pp.194-96, 235-38, 449-51 and Vol II pp.848-51
  • "Hicks and the Crisis in Keynesian Economics" Indian Journal of Applied Economics Vol. 8 No.1 Jan.-March 1999 pp.141-46. Reprinted in K. Puttaswamaiah (ed.) 2001. John Hicks: His contributions to Economic Theory and Application, New Jersey: Transaction Publishers, Rutgers pp.138-143
  • "Teaching High School Economics" in T. Bryant et al (eds.) Proceedings of the 6th Annual Teaching Economics Conference 1999 pp.187-99 (Abridged version in Economics Vol.35 No.1 1999 pp.23-31).
  • "Evolution of Economic Ideas" Economics Vol.35 No.2 1999 pp.40-43
  • "Rational Economic Man and the Ignoble Savage" History of Political Economy, Vol. 32 No.4 Winter 2000 pp.1027-1032
  • "A Decade of Honours" (with G. Fishburn) in Proceedings, Seventh Annual Teaching Economics Conference, University of Western Australia and Edith Cowan University, 2000 pp.35-46.
  • "Aspects of the Asian Crisis" Economics Vol.36 No.2 2000 pp.11-14
  • "Roy Weintraub's contribution to the History of Economics" in Steven Medema and Warren Samuels (ed.) Historians of Economics and Economic Thought: The Construction of Disciplinary Memory, Routledge, London 2001, Ch. 17 pp.320-335
  • "Educating Australian Economists", Journal of Economic and Social Policy, Vol.5 No.2 Winter 2001 pp 1-12.
  • "Training Professional Economists: The Australian Experience" History of Economics Review No.34 Summer 2001 pp. 160-167
  • "Recent Developments in the History of Economics" International Journal of Applied Economics and Econometrics, Vol. 10 No. 1 Jan.-March 2002 pp.115-125. Reprinted in K. Puttaswamaiah (ed.) Growth of Economics in the Twentieth Century, ISLE Publishing, UK 2009 (978-0-9823895-2-2) pp.383-391.
  • "Australia’s Macroeconomic Objectives in the Short and Medium Term" Ecodate Vol. 16 No.2 May 2002 pp.1-4
  • "The Doctoring of Economics" in Simon Marginson (ed.) Investment in Social Capital, Academy of the Social Sciences of Australia, University of Queensland Press, Chapter 3, 2002 pp.73-89. Also appeared in a Special Issue of the Journal of Australian Studies, Volume 26, Issue 74, 2002.
  • "The History of Economic Thought in Australia and New Zealand", History of Political Economy, Vol.34 Durham: Duke University Press 2002 pp.154-164 (edited by E.R. Weintraub, The Future of the History of Economics)
  • "Heaven Can Wait: Gatekeeping in the Age of Uncertainty, Innovation and Commercialization" (with Steven G. Medema and Jose Luis Cardoso), History of Political Economy, Vol. 34 Durham: Duke University Press 2002 pp.189-206 (edited by E.R. Weintraub, The Future of the History of Economics)
  • "Economists and the Asian financial crisis" International Journal of Development Issues Vol. 1 No.2 Dec. 2002 pp.75-92
  • "Research in the History of Economic Thought as a Vehicle for the Defense and Criticism of Orthodox Economics" in W. Samuels, J.Biddle and J.Davis (eds.) A Companion to the History of Economic Thought, Blackwell, Oxford June 2003 Chpt. 39. pp. 655- 668
  • "B. Keynesianism" in John King (ed.) The Elgar Companion to Post Keynesian Economics, Edward Elgar 2003 pp.24-30. Revised & Updated in Second edition, Feb. 2012 pp.29-35.
  • "Testing Changes in International Capital Mobility: Evidence from the current account and real interest rates" (with M. Monadjemi) Journal of Applied Economics, (ICFAI) Vol.11 No.4 November 2003 pp.21-31
  • "Is Australia immune to global financial instability?" (with M. Monadjemi) The EBE Journal, Vol.39 No.3 December 2003 pp.8- 17
  • (with Satya Paul) "Alternative Structures and Teaching Modes for a Multi-Campus University" Economic Analysis and Policy, Vol.33 No.1 March 2003 pp 136-143.
  • "How can we prevent the next international financial crisis?" in P. Crompton, M. Swann, S. Hopkins & W. McEachern, Macroeconomics: A Contemporary Introduction 2nd ed. Thomson, Southbank 2004 pp.403-405
  • (with Mehdi Monadjemi) "Capital Flows: the Surprising Case of Australia" Journal of Economic and Social Policy Vol.8 No.2 Winter 2004 pp.7-24
  • (with Tony Aspromourgos) (eds.) History and Political Economy: Essays in Honour of P. D. Groenewegen, Routledge, London and New York, May 2004 (Pb. Ed. Sept. 2012) ISBN 0 415 32762 8
  • (with Tony Aspromourgos) "Introduction: The Historian of Economics as Archaeologist" in Aspromourgos and John Lodewijks (eds) History and Political Economy: Essays in Honour of P. D. Groenewegen, Routledge, London and New York, May 2004 pp. 1-15
  • "HOPE in the Antipodes" in T. Aspromourgos and John Lodewijks (eds) History and Political Economy: Essays in Honour of P. D. Groenewegen, Routledge, London and New York, May 2004 pp.245-255
  • (with Glenn Otto) "Innovative Responses to Learning Constraints" Australasian Journal of Economics Education, Vol. 1 No.2 September 2004 pp.155-182
  • (with Mehdi Monadjemi) "International Capital Mobility and Economic Performance" 3rd Global Conference on Business and Economics, Proceedings, Amsterdam, Netherlands, July 9-11, 2004 pp.757-761
  • "The ET Interview: Professor Jan Kmenta" Econometric Theory, 21: 3 2005 pp.621-645
  • "Resilience of Financial Systems to External Shocks: Lessons from Australia" (with M. Monadjemi), Proceedings of the Annual Conference on Monetary Policy and Exchange Rates held by the Academy of Research in Money and Banking, Central Bank of Iran, May 2005.
  • "Training the Economists of the Future" International Journal of Applied Economics and Econometrics, Vol.13 No.2 April-June 2005 pp.193-206. Reprinted in K. Puttaswamaiah (ed.) The Future of Economic Science (978-0-99823895-1-5, Isle Publishing, New Hampshire 2009 pp.199-210).
  • "Import Substitution Industrialization" and "Structural Adjustment Programs" in Thomas M. Leonard (ed.) Encyclopedia of the Developing World, Taylor & Francis, New York, 2006 Vol. II pp.795-797 and Vol. III pp.1498-1500
  • "Indicators of financial instability" (with M. Monadjemi), Conference Proceedings of the 5th Global Conference in Business and Economics, Cambridge, England, July 6-8, 2006. Revised version published in The Journal of Money and Economy, (Central Bank of Iran) Vol.4 No. 4 Fall 2007 p.19-32.
  • Johnson, M. Kriesler, P. and Lodewijks, J. (2006) Essays in Heterodox Economics: Edited Refereed Papers, 5th Australian Society of Heterodox Economist Conference, Society of Heterodox Economists, UNSW, Sydney. ISBN 978-0-7334-2417-5.
  • "Kenneth Deakin Rivett" in A Biographical Dictionary of Australian and New Zealand Economists, J.E. King (ed.), Edward Elgar, Cheltenham, UK, 2007 pp 236-238
  • "A Conversation with Warren Hogan", Economic Record, vol.83, no.263, 2007. pp 446-460
  • "Professor of Foresight: An Interview with Donald Lamberton", Journal of Economic and Social Policy, vol.11, no.2, 2007 pp 81-117
  • "A Conversation with Helen Hughes", Journal of the Asia Pacific Economy, vol.12, no.4, 2007 pp 429-451
  • "Trying Something Different: Innovating and Evaluating in First Year Economics", UNSW Compendium of Good Practice in Learning and Teaching, vol.5, 2007. pp 63-73
  • (with Peter Mcguinn) "Communicating Outside the Classroom: Internet-mediated Course Communications", The International Journal of Learning, vol.13, no.12, 2007 pp 43-54
  • "A Conversation with Clem Tisdell", Economic Analysis and Policy, Vol.37 No.2 Sept. 2007 p.121-145
  • "Tobin-Type Taxes and Capital Controls". International Journal of Applied Economics and Econometrics Vol 15. No 2 April-June 2007 pp 167-177.
  • "Reforming Globalization: A Tribute to the Ideas of Kenneth Rivett" in L. Mollejas & V. Orati (eds) Italy, EU, Globalization, Proceedings of the International Institute of Advanced Economic and Social Studies International Congress, (Viterbo Italy March 31 & April 1 2006) Caracus, Venezuela 2007 pp.14-27. Also available in e-book form at www.confglob.com ISBN: 978980002462-1 and in International Journal of Applied Economics and Econometrics Vol 17. No 2 April-June 2009 pp 124-135.
  • "Okun’s Law", "Structural Adjustment" and "Trade Liberalization", in William Darity (ed.) International Encyclopedia of the Social Sciences. Macmillan (2nd ed.). 9 Vols. Detroit: Macmillan 2008 p.35-36, 176-178, 427-428. "Dave Clark (1946-2008)" (with Peter Groenewegen) in Agenda, Vol.15 No.3 2008 pp. 101-104.
  • "The Great Inflation of the 1970s: Evidence from the Archives" (with Robert Leeson) in R. Leeson (ed.) American Power and Policy, Palgrave Macmillan, Hampshire 2009 ISBN 978-1-4039-4956-1 pp.91-104.
  • Enhancing the Effectiveness of Learning and Teaching in Economics (with Rod O’Donnell) (eds.) 2009. Proceedings of the 13th Australasian Teaching Economics Conference (September 2008) ISBN 978-1-74108-198-5 pp. 126. Published in book form by Lambert Academic Publishing, Germany 2010. "Keynesian Policies in Retrospect" International Journal of Applied Economics and Econometrics Vol 17. No 1 Jan-March 2009 pp 1-16.
  • "Automatic and Discretionary Stabilizers" in K. Puttaswamaiah (ed.) Milton Friedman: Nobel Monetary Economist, ISLE Publishing, 2009 Chap.4 pp. 47-63.
  • "Student Performance in a Large First Year Economics Subject: Which variables are significant?" (with G. Mallik) Economic Papers 29.1 March 2010 pp.80-86.
  • "Asian Financial Crisis (1997)" (with James Ciment) in J. Ciment (ed.) Booms and Busts: An Encyclopedia of Economic History from Tulipmania of the 1630s to the Current Global Financial Crisis M.E. Sharpe, Inc. 2010 (978-0-7656-8224-6), 3 Vols.
  • "Prior-learning, assessment structures and gender and ethnic concerns in introductory economics" (with G. Mallik) International Journal of Applied Economics and Econometrics, Special Issue: Warren Hogan, Vol.18 No.4 Oct.-Dec. 2010 pp. 69-86 (also Introduction pp.1-4).
  • "Economists from the Antipodes: What can oral history tell us about the influences on their career development?" International Journal of Development and Conflict, Special Issue in Honour of Murray Kemp, Vol. 1, No. 3 (2011) 283–302.
  • "The Elephant in the Room: Conflicting Demands on Academics in Australian Higher Education" Australasian Journal of Economics Education, Vol. 8 No.1 2011 pp.17-40.
  • "Are we all Keynesians Again?" International Journal of Applied Economics and Econometrics, Vol. 20. No. 1, Jan-Mar 2012 pp. 204-215.
  • "Oil Price Fluctuations and the American Economy" (with Mehdi Monadjemi) Global Review of Business and Economic Research, Vol.8 No.1 (Jan.-June) 2012 pp.171-180.
  • "Conflicting Pressures on Academics in Australian Universities" World Economics Association Newsletter Vol.2 Issue 2 April 2012 p.7
  • "Two Unresolved Issues Emanating from the Global Financial Crisis", "Income Inequality and the American Dilemma", and "Games that Enhance Learning in Economics" The EBE Journal, Journal of the Economics and Business Educators NSW, Issue 1 2012 pp.12-15, 16-18 & 33-35. Reprinted in Econopak, Queensland Economics Teachers’ Association.
  • "Perspectives on the Global Financial Crisis" pp.11-16 and "The Economics of Obesity" in The EBE Journal, Issue 1 2013.
  • "Growth, Happiness and the Environment" pp. 29-32 & "Krugman on the GFC and Austerity" pp. 58-60 in The EBE Journal, Issue 2, 2013.
  • Monadjemi M, Yoon K, Lodewijks J, 2012, Success and Failure of a Monetary Union, Online Journal of Social Science Research, vol 1, no. 7, pp. 213-220.
  • Oscar Hauptman, Nithida Lin & Lodewijks, J. 2012. "Offshore Outsourcing". The EBE Journal, Journal of the Economics and Business Educators NSW, Issue 2, 2012 pp.22-27.
  • "Political Economy in Greater Western Sydney" Journal of Australian Political Economy no.72, Summer 2013/14 pp.80-105.
  • "John Nevile: The last Two Decades" The Economic and Labour Relations Review Volume 24 Issue 2, June 2013 pp.135-149.
  • Monadjemi M, Yoon K, Lodewijks J, "Central Bank Behaviour before and after the Great Recession", Economics, Vol.2 No.5 2013 pp.55-61.
  • John Lodewijks and Heath Spong, "Pedagogy, M-Learning and Financial Stringency", Australasian Journal of Economics Education, Volume 10, Number 2, 2013, pp.1-23.
  • Monadjemi, M & J. Lodewijks "Post Inflation Targeting Monetary Policy: A Study of Britain, Japan and the United States" Expert Journal of Economics, volume 2, issue 1, 2014 pp.21-29.
  • Monadjemi, M & J. Lodewijks "Inflation Targeting and Macroeconomic Stabilization" Research in World Economy Vol. 5, No. 2, September 2014 pp.93-98.
  • "Comment [on Brennan]", History of Economics Review, No. 60 Summer 2014 pp.58-60.
  • John Lodewijks and Tony Stokes "Is academic economics withering in Australia?" Agenda - A Journal of Policy Analysis and Reform, Vol.21 No.1 2014 pp.69-88. Monadjemi, M & J. Lodewijks, "Sovereign Debt and Economic Growth in the Euro Zone" International Research Journal of Applied Finance, Vol.5 Issue 12 Dec. 2014 pp.1343-1352.
  • John Lodewijks & Mehdi Monadjemi, "Monetary Policy, Targets and Instruments" The International Journal of Applied Economics and Econometrics, Vol.23 No.1 Jan./March 2015 pp. 35-52.
  • "The Global Financial Crisis: Antecedents and Implications" in Global Financial Crisis: Causes, Consequences and Impact on Economic Growth (Nova, New York, forthcoming).
  • "The history of economics ‘down-under’: Repulsing the barbarians at the gate" in Reclaiming Pluralism: Role of History of Economic Thought in Heterodoxy – Essays in Honour of John E. King; Jerry Courvisanos, Jamie Doughney and Alex Millmow (eds), Chapter 5 (Routledge, London, forthcoming).
  • Mehdi Monadjemi & John Lodewijks, Money and Monetary Policy in an Open Economy (Bookboon, London, forthcoming)

Book reviews

  • "Schott: Power & Order" Economic Record June 1986 pp.244-245
  • "Boland: Methodology" Economic Analysis and Policy Vol.18 No.2 Sept. 1988 pp.274-75
  • "Rostow: Theorists of Growth" HETSA Bulletin No.14 Summer 1990 pp.52-57
  • "Castle & Findlay: Pacific Trade in Services" Pacific Viewpoint Vol. 33 No.1 May 1992 pp.100-102
  • "Sundrum: Economic Growth" Pacific Viewpoint Vol.33 No.1 May 1992 pp.107-110
  • "Groenewegen & McFarlane: Australian Economic Thought" Journal of Economic Literature Vol.31 March 1993 pp.227-229
  • "Remenyi: Credit and Poverty" Pacific Viewpoint Vol.34 No.1 May 1993 pp.106-109
  • "Krause & Kihwan: Liberalization" Pacific Viewpoint Vol.34 No.2 Oct. 1994 pp.221-223
  • "Stark: Migration of Labor" Pacific Viewpoint Vol. 36 No.1 May 1995 pp.97-99.
  • "Vel:The Uma-Economy" Journal of Economic Issues Vol.29 No.4 Dec. 1995 pp.1260-1262
  • "Lim: Explaining Economic Growth" and "Naya & Tan: Asian Transitional Economies" Asia Pacific Viewpoint Vol38. No.1 April 1997 pp.87-89
  • "Pilat: Rapid Growth" and "Pomfret: Asian Economies in Transition" Asia Pacific Viewpoint Vol.38 No.2 August 1997 pp.175- 178
  • "Freedman: Japanese Economic Policy" Economic and Labour Relations Review Vol.10 No.1 June 1999 pp.162-63
  • "Asian Crisis: 5 Books" Development Bulletin No.52 June 2000 pp.103-105.
  • "McLeod & Garnaut: East Asia in Crisis" Asia Pacific Viewpoint Vol.41 No.1 April 2000 pp.111-114
  • "Kimberly: Corruption" Asia Pacific Viewpoint Vol.41 No.1 April 2000 pp.124-127
  • "Arndt & Hill: Southeast Asia’s Economic Crisis" Asia Pacific Viewpoint Vol.41 No.2 August 2000 pp.207-208
  • "Rosenof: Economics in Long Run" History of Political Economy Vol.32 No.1 Spring 2000 pp.169-170
  • "Cline: Trade & Income Distribution" Asia Pacific Viewpoint Vol.41 No.2 August 2000 pp.208-210
  • "Goldstein: Asian Financial Crisis & Noland: Global Aspects" Asia Pacific Viewpoint Vol.41 No.2 August 2000 pp.210-211.
  • "Coleman & Hagger: Exasperating Calculators" Economic and Labour Relations Review, Vol.12 No.2 Dec. 2001 pp.331-333
  • "Stiglitz: Rethinking the East Asian Miracle" International Journal of Social Economics, Vol. 29 No.3, 2002 pp.254-256
  • "Gans: Publishing Economics" History of Economics Review, No. 35 Winter 2002 pp.154-158
  • "Harcourt: Selected Essays" Journal of the History of Economic Thought, Vol.24 No.3 Sept. 2002 pp.376-379
  • "Fullbrook: Intersubjectivity in Economics" Journal of Economic Psychology 23, 2002 pp.539-543
  • "Gudeman: The Anthropology of Economy" Economic Record, September 2002 Vol.78 No.242 p.366
  • "Skousen: The Making of Modern Economics" History of Economics Review, 36, Summer 2002 pp.188-190
  • "Sandelin: Economic Thought" History of Economics Review, 36, Summer 2002 pp.190-191
  • "Bruton: Search for Well-Being" Review of Political Economy, Vol.15 No.3 July 2003 pp. 441-444
  • "Hamilton: Growth Fetish" International Journal of Development Issues, Vol.2 No.2 December 2003 pp.91-94.
  • "Yusuf and Evenett: Can East Asia Compete?" Singapore Economic Review, Vol.49 No.1 2004 pp.131-133
  • "Ken Rivett: A Review in Tribute", Economic and Labour Relations Review, Vol.15 No.2 Jan. 2005 pp.309-319.
  • "De Vroey: Involuntary Unemployment: The Elusive Quest for a Theory", "McCann: The Elgar Dictionary of Economic Quotations" and "Collander, Holt and Rosser: The Changing Face of Economics: Conversations with Cutting Edge Economists", History of Economics Review, No.42 Summer 2005 pp.123-130.
  • "Endres & Fleming: International organizations and the Analysis of Economic Policy" Review of Political Economy, Vol.18 No.1 January, 2006 pp.122-125.
  • "Harcourt: Beyond our Shores", Economic and Labour Relations Review, Vol. 17 No.1 September 2006 pp.259-260.
  • "Vane & Mulhearn: Nobel Memorial Laureates in Economics", History of Economics Review, No. 44 Summer 2006 pp.131-134
  • "Mirowski & Sent: Science Bought and Sold", Review of Political Economy, Vol.20 No.3 July 2008 pp.465-469.
  • "Clunies-Ross: Making the World Autonomous", Economic Record, Vol.84 No.265 June 2008 pp.278-279
  • "Stiglitz: Economics for an Imperfect World" Review of Political Economy, Vol 21 No.1 Jan. 2009 pp.173-176.
  • Roger Frantz (ed.) "Renaissance in Behavioral Economics: Essays in Honor of Harvey Leibenstein", History of Economics Review, No. 49 Winter 2009 pp.102-103.
  • "Tim Harcourt: The Airport Economist", The Economics and Labour Relations Review, Vol.20 No.2 July 2010 pp.139-140.
  • "Sylvia Nasar: Grand Pursuit, The Story of Economic Genius" The Economics and Labour Relations Review, Vol. 23 No. 2, June 2012 pp.149-154.
  • "G.C. Harcourt: The Making of a Post-Keynesian Economist: Cambridge Harvest", History of Economics Review, Vol.58 Summer 2013 pp.103-106.
  • "Thomas Klikauer: Managerialism: A Critique of an Ideology", The Economics and Labour Relations Review, 24(4) December 2013 pp.587-591.
  • "Josh Bivens: Failure by Design: The Story behind America’s Broken Economy", Review of Political Economy, Vol.26 No.4, 1-2, 2014.

Memberships

  • Life Member of the Australian Fulbright Association.
  • Omicron Delta Epsilon International Honour Society in Economics
  • Visiting Guest, Brookings Institution, Washington, DC
  • Visiting Scholar, Duke University
  • Donald George Crew Memorial Prize, Arthur Oakes Memorial Prize and Commonwealth Bank Scholarship, Economic Graduates' Association Prize and Randolph G. Rouse Prize- University of Sydney
  • Institute of International Education Special Assistantship to Duke University
  • Best paper on Asia at an academic institution in the Southeastern United States Prize, awarded by the American Association for Asian Studies (Southeast Conference)
  • Wrote the Economics chapter for the Academy of the Social Sciences of Australia Project on Postgraduate Training in the Social Sciences