The University of Queensland has a range of experts available to talk during the Federal election campaign.
Journalists can search by topic or name at UQ Experts or contact the following experts.
Professor Andrew Griffiths , Executive Dean of Faculty of Business, Economics and Law
Expertise : innovation and sustainability, corporate sustainability, climate change and business.
Expertise: government and policy, comparative government, government and administration, government business relations, intergovernmental relations, public policy.
Expertise: organisational trust, trust development, stakeholder trust, leadership, organisational change.
Dr Sarel Gronum , UQ Business School:
Expertise: innovation leadership, entrepreneurship, SME growth and performance, business model innovation.
Expertise: Australian economic policy, public asset sales, drought and economics, water and economics/politics, environment/climate change and economics, economic growth, tax, employment policy, political economy, and “zombie economics”.
Expertise: environmental and resource economics, the economics of climate change, environmental policy, mining, pollution regulation, and recycling as it translates to economics.
Expertise: labour economics, industrial economics, taxation policy, climate change economics, water and economics, economic growth.
Expertise: macroeconomics, monetary policy, housing market/prices, mortgage crisis, inflation, fiscal policy, economic forecasting, business and labour economics.
Expertise: laws and norms of electoral politics - how elections, parties, parliament and money in politics are run, and labour and employment law.
Expertise: Queensland state and federal politics, Australia’s social and political history, budget and election analysis.
Expertise: Australian politics, hate speech, human rights and freedom of speech.
Expertise: climate change, sustainability and environment policy.
Expertise: transport energy, transport policy, road pricing, electric vehicles, autonomous vehicles.