About Professor Frank Stilwell

Research interests include: economic inequality, political economy of cities and regions, environmental sustainability, Australian economic policies.

Frank Stilwell is a well known critic of conventional economics and an advocate of alternative economic strategies which prioritise social justice and sustainability. He taught for over 40 years at the University and twice been awarded the University's Award for Excellence in Teaching.Frank Stilwell is the author of eleven books, including Economic Inequality, the Accord and Beyond, Understanding Cities and Regions, Reshaping Australia, Changing Track : a new political economic direction for Australia; Political Economy: the Contest of Economic Ideas, and Who Gets What? Analysing Economic Inequality in Australia (with Kirrly Jordan). He has also co-edited six other books, including Economics as a Social Science and Neoliberalism: Beyond the Free Market.Frank Stilwell is co-ordinating editor of the Journal of Australian Political Economy, and is on the editorial boards of Regional Studies, Social Alternatives, and Australian Options. He is a Fellow of the Academy of Social Sciences in Australia, Vice President of the Evatt Foundation, and has been Vice President of the Council of the Centre for Peace and Conflict Studies.

Selected publications

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