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Professor Neville Norman

Associate Professor of Economics, University of Melbourne

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Relevant qualifications

  • Bachelor of Commerce (1st class honours) University of Melbourne (1967)
  • Master of Arts (Econ) (1st class honours) University of Melbourne (1969)
  • Doctor of Philosophy Cambridge(1973)

 

Relevant work and committee history

  • 1992 - Associate Professor of Economics at the University of Melbourne
  • 1984-1992 - Reader in Economics at the University of Melbourne
  • 1976-1983 - Senior Lecturer in Economics at the University of Melbourne
  • 1973-1976 - Lecturer in Economics at the University of Melbourne
  • 1978-1997 - Economic Advisor to the Committee for the Economic Development of Australia (CEDA)
  • 1977-1997 - Economic Counsellor to the Australian Institute of Management
  • 1979- Member of the General Motors (USA) Australian Advisory Council
  • 1983 - Member of of the Economics Committee of the Business Council of Australia
  • 1976-1983 - Official Economic Advisor to the Commonwealth Government of Australia
  • 1980-1982 - Official Economic Advisor to the State of Victoria
  • 1978-1982 - Member of the Commonwealth Government Trade Practices Consultative Committee

 

Academic positions

  • 1992 - Associate Professor of Economics at the University of Melbourne
  • University of Cambridge (England)
  • 1977-1997 - Economic Counsellor to the Australian Institute of Management
  • 1979- Member of the General Motors (USA) Australian Advisory Council
  • 1983 - Member of of the Economics Committee of the Business Council of Australia

 

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