John Nevile AM

Visiting Emeritus Professor

School of Economics - PhD and Master of Arts, University of California, Berkeley | Fellow of the Academy of Social Sciences in Australia (FASSA) | Bachelor of Arts, University of Western Australia

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About John

John Nevile was Professor of Economics at UNSW 1965-1992, and is now Emeritus Professor and Visiting Professor. He was elected a Fellow of the Academy of Social Sciences in 1972 and was President of the Economics Society of Australia from 1980 to 1984. John has been a member of government advisory bodies and has also been a consultant for major Australian Government enquiries and for the IMF.

In recent years his research interests have been in the fields of macroeconomic policy, unemployment and history of economic thought, with also an interest in economics and ethics. In 2000 he received the Distinguished Fellow Medal of the Economic Society of Australia.

Awards

  • AM Award - For significant service to tertiary education, particularly economics, as an academic and author, and to professional organisations

Publications

  • Nevile JW 'Dynamic Keynesian economics: cycling forward with Harrod and Kalecki', Cambridge Journal of Economics, forthcoming 2011 (with P. Kriesler)
  • Nevile JW 'Why Keynesian policy was more successful in the fifties and sixties than in the last 20 years' Economic and Labour Relations Review. 21(1), 2011, pp1-16 (with P. Kriesler)
  • Nevile JW 'The global financial crisis and the right to a decent job', Australian Journal of Human Rights, 16(2) 2011, pp1-26 (with P. Kriesler)
  • Nevile JW 'The effects of the immigration of lowskilled workers on unemployment', International Journal of Applied Economics and Econometrics, 18 (3), pp. 58-68, 2010 (with P. Kriesler)
  • Nevile, JW 'The current crisis has a silver lining', Economic and Labour Relations Review, Vol 19 No 2, November, 2009, pp. 27-38, 2009
  • Nevile, JW 'Minimum wages, unions, the economy and society' Economic and Labour Relations Review, Vol 19 No 1, November, pp25-38, 2008 (with P. Kriesler)
  • Nevile, JW, 'Expectations and Unemployment', in Keynes and Macroeconomics after 70 Years: Critical Assessments of The General Theory Wray, R and Forstater, M. (eds) 2008, Edward Elgar, Cheltenham, pp 309-320, 2008 (with P. Kriesler)
  • Nevile, JW 'Economic perspectives on workers' rights' in Australian Charter of Employment Rights edited by Bromberg, M. & Irving, M., Hardie Grant Books, Victoria, pp. 127-134, 2007 (with P. Kriesler)
  • Nevile, JW 'The right to work' in Australian Charter of Employment Rights edited by Bromberg, M. & Irving, M., Hardie Grant Books, Victoria, pp. 135-144, 2007 (with P. Kriesler)
  • Nevile, JW, Entries on interest rates, real interest rate and nominal interest rate in the International Encyclopaedia of the Social Sciences, Macmillan Reference USA, 2007
  • Nevile, JW, Entries on economic liberalism, fiscal policy and Keynesianism in International Encyclopaedia of Social Policy, Rutledge, 2006
  • Nevile, JW, 'Overcoming Social Exclusion' in M. Parwar (ed.) Capacity Building For Participation, Centre for Rural Social Research, Charles Sturt University, Wagga Wagga, pp52-73, 2005
  • Nevile, JW, 'Expectations, Lags and Particular Parameter Values in Harrod's Dynamics', History of Economics Review, 2003
  • Nevile, JW, 'Macroeconomic impacts of Globalization' in H. Bloch (ed.) Growth and Development in the Global Economy, Edward Elgar, Cheltenham, pp173-189, 2003 (with P. Kriesler)
  • Nevile, JW, 'Fiscal Policy' in J. King (ed.), The Elgar Companion to Post Keynesian Economics, Edward Elgar, Cheltenham, pp149-153, 2003
  • "Expectations, Lags and Particular Parameter Values in Harrod's Dynamics", History of Economics Review, Winter, pp.100-108, 2003
  • "IS-LM and Macroeconomics after Keynes" in P. Arestis, M.Desai and S.Dow (eds.) Money Macroeconomics and Keynes: Essays in Honour of Victoria Chick, Vol. 1 pp103-114, 2002, Routledge, London (with P. Kriesler)
  • Nevile, JW 'Evaluating the Structure and Performance of Job Network', Australian Journal of Labour Economics, June, pp241-251, 2003 (with A. Nevile)
  • Nevile, JW, 'Employment Outcomes of Work for the Dole: An Analysis of the DEWRSB Net Impact Report', Economic and Labour Relations Review, June, 2003
  • Nevile, JW Work for the Dole: Opportunity or Obligation, Centre for Applied Economic Research, University of New South Wales, Sydney, 2003 (with A. Nevile)
  • Nevile, JW 'IS-LM and Macroeconomics after Keynes' in P. Arestis, M.Desai and S.Dow (eds.) Money Macroeconomics and Keynes: Essays in Honour of Victoria Chick, Vol. 1 Routledge, London, 2002 (with P. Kriesler)
  • "Policies to minimise the costs of unemployment" in P. Saunders and R Taylor (eds.) The Price of Prosperity: The Economic and Social Costs of Unemployment, 2002, University of New South Wales Press
  • Nevile, JW 'Tools of Choice for Fighting Recessions' in E Carlson and W Mitchell (eds.), The Urgency of Full Employment, Centre of Applied Economic Research, University of New South Wales, Sydney. Pp. 73-94, 2002 (with P. Kriesler)
  • Nevile, JW 'Distorting the Wage Debate: A Reply to James Wooden and Dawkins' Economic Papers, September, pp71-74, 2001
  • Nevile JW, Should award wage rates be frozen, Economic Papers, June, 2001, pp 26-35
  • Nevile JW Full employment, a neglected but indispensible and feasible human right, Economic and Labour Relations Review, Supplement, 2000, pp 117-136 (with P. Kriesler)
  • "What Would Keynes Have Thought of the Development of IS-LM" in W. Young and B. Zilberfarb (eds), IS-LM and Modern Macroeconomics, pp133-149, Kluer Academic Publishers. Boston, 2000
  • "Can Keynesian Policies Stimulate Growth in Output and Employment" in S. Bell (ed), The Unemployment Crisis in Australia, Which Way Out, pp.149-174, 2000, Cambridge University Press

 

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