John Nieuwenhuysen

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Professor John Nieuwenhuysen "holds the degrees of MA (Natal) and PhD (London), and is a Fellow of the Academy of Social Sciences of Australia.

"On June 9 2003 Professor Nieuwenhuysen was awarded an AM (Member in the Order of Australia) for service to the community through contributions to independent academic, public and private sector research, to debate on immigration, cultural diversity, equity, economic development, taxation, Indigenous, labour and industry issues, and to reform of the liquor laws of Victoria.

"Professor Nieuwenhuysen is also currently:

"Previously, Professor Nieuwenhuysen has held the following positions:

  • Chief Executive, Committee for Economic Development of Australia (CEDA)
  • Foundation Director, Bureau of Immigration, Multicultural and Population Research
  • Reader in Economics, University of Melbourne
  • Chair, Review of the Liquor Control Act, Victoria
  • Chair, Inquiry into Revenue Raising, Victoria
  • Visiting Associate Professor, Pittsburgh University
  • Research Fellow, International Labour Office, Geneva
  • Research Officer, UK Department of Trade and Industry
  • Chair, Public Consultation Committee for a Multicultural Victoria Act
  • Chair, Victorian Government Inquiry into Hardship Accounts in the Energy Industry


  • Social Cohesion in Australia, Cambridge University Press, 2007
  • Reshaping Australia's Economy, Cambridge University Press, 2002
  • Australian Poverty: Then and Now, Melbourne University Press, 1998
  • Towards Freer Trade Between Nations, Oxford University Press, 1989
  • Economic Growth for Australia, Oxford University Press, 1988
  • The Economic Status of Australian Aboriginals, Cambridge University Press, 1979

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