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John Charles Quiggin

Bachelor of Arts (Hons) ANU 1978
Bachelor of Economics (Hons) ANU 1980
Master of Economics ANU 1984

Career highlights

  • Australian Research Council Federation Fellow, UQ 2003 - present
  • Awarded a Federation Fellowship (the first in Economics) (2003)
  • Appointed to the Board of the Queensland Competition Authority (1999)
  • Published "Great Expectations: Microeconomic Reform in Australia" (1996)
  • Published "Work for All: Full Employment in the 1990s" (1994)
  • Winner of the Academy of the Social Sciences in Australia Medal (1993)
  • First article in the Australian Financial Review, advocating exemption of food from the GST (1992)
  • Published "A Theory of Anticipated Utility" in the Journal of Economic Behaviour and Organisation (1982)

Career philosophy

"I believe that wise use of economics can make a positive difference to people's lives. In developing arguments about economic policy, I have tried to combine rigorous economic analysis with a commitment to fundamental values of freedom, equality and social justice."

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