Specialisation: macroeconomics, unemployment, fiscal policy, income distribution
Professor John Nevile is Emeritus Professor of Economics at the University of New South Wales. He is currently writing in the areas of Australian macroeconomic policy, unemployment and income distribution.
- Emeritus Professor (Economics), University of New South Wales
- Chairman, Australian Vice-Chancellors Committee’s Panel to review honours teaching in Australian universities (1989-92);
- Associate Commissioner (part-time), Industry Commission for the Enquiry into Public Housing (1992-93);
- Chairman, Commission for the Future of Work (an initiative of ACOSS) (1995-96);
- Advisor on economics and taxation policy, ACOSS (1999-2007).
- Peter Kriesler and John Nevile (2007) Australian Charter of Employment Rights. Prahran, Victoria : Hardy Grant Books.
- Ann Nevile and John Nevile (2003) Work for the Dole: Obligation or Opportunity. Sydney: Centre for Applied Economic Research, UNSW.
- J.W. Nevile (2000) Can Keynesian Policies Stimulate Growth in Output and Employment?, In The Unemployment Crisis in Australia, Which Way Out. S. Bell (eds.). : Cambridge University Press.
- J.W. Nevile and P. Saunders (1998) Globalization and the Return to Education in Australia, Economic Record.
- J.W. Nevile (1998) Economic Rationalism: Social Philisophy Masquerading as Economic Science, In Contesting the Australian Way. B. Cass and P. Symth (eds.). : Cambridge University Press.
- J.W. Nevile abd B.B. Rao (1996) The Use and Abuse of Aggregate Demand and Supply Functions, The Manchester School.