Professor John Quiggin

VC Senior Research Fellow

School of Economics
Faculty of Business, Economics and Law
j.quiggin@uq.edu.au
+61 7 334 69646

Overview

John Quiggin is a VC Senior Fellow in Economics at the University of Queensland. He is prominent both as a research economist and as a commentator on Australian economic policy. He is a Fellow of the Econometric Society, the Academy of the Social Sciences in Australia and many other learned societies and institutions. He has produced over 1500 publications, including six books and over 200 refereed journal articles, in fields including decision theory, environmental economics, production economics, and the theory of economic growth. He has also written on policy topics including climate change, micro-economic reform, privatisation, employment policy and the management of the Murray-Darling river system. His latest book, Economics in Two Lessons: Why Markets Work so Well and Why they can Fail so Badly, was released in 2019 by Princeton University Press.

Research Impacts

In addition to scholarly books and journal articles, I have had an impact on public discussion of policy issues through a wide variety of new and traditional media, and through direct engagement with stakeholders and the general public. I have taken an active part in public debate, both in Australia and internationally, through books, magazines newspaper articles and appearances in electronic media. My book, Zombie Economics: How Dead Ideas Still Walk Among Us, published by Princeton University Press has been translated into eight languages and sold more than 20 000 copies. My work is regularly cited in the New York Times, The Economist and other leading international publications. For example, a search of the New York Times reveals 30 citations to me in the past 5 years, and The Economist 48. I have published invited articles in leading international newspapers and policy journals, including the Chronicle of Higher Education, Financial Times, Foreign Policy, Foreign Affairs, Newsweek Daily Beast, the National Interest and the New York Times. I have also been prominent in 'New Media' (although this term has now become somewhat dated). I maintain an individual blog (listed in the top 100 economics blogs http://www.onalyticaindexes.com/2012/11/26/ top-200-most-influential-economics-blogs/) and participate in the Crooked Timber group blog, regularly listed among the world's leading academic blogs. My public Facebook page has over 500 followers and my Twitter feed more than 5000. As part of my commitment to public debate I have regularly made submissions to, and appeared before, Parliamentary inquiries into a wide range of topics, notably including the US-Australia Free Trade Agreement. Commonwealth Hansard produces 266 results in a search for my name. My public policy work has been recognised through appointments to the Boards of the Queensland Competition Authority and the Climate Change Authority. My work has had a substantial impact, as recognized by a variety of criteria and metrics. My work has been recognised through awards including Fellowship of the Econometrics Society, Distinguished Fellowship of the Economics Society of Australia, Distinguished Fellowship of the American Agricultural Economics Society, Distinguished Alumni awards from the University of New England and Australian National University and election as President of the Australian Agricultural and Resource Economics Society. I have also been invited to hold numerous Fellowships, adjunct and honorary professorships and the like. Examples include the Centre for Policy Development (Sydney), the Cairns Institute (James Cook University Cairns Campus), the University of Maryland College Park, the Inaugural Don Dunstan Visiting Professorship at the University of Adelaide, the Centre for the Economic Analysis ofRisk, Georgia State University and the Hinkley Visiting Professorship at Johns Hopkins University, Baltimore

Qualifications

  • Fellow of the Australian Institute of Company Dire
  • Fellow, Academy Social Sciences in Australia
  • Doctor of Philosophy, University of New England
  • Master of Economics, Australian National University
  • Bachelor of Economics (Honours), Australian National University
  • Bachelor of Arts (Honours), Australian National University

Publications

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Publications

Featured Publications

Book

Book Chapter

  • Quiggin, John (2019). Basic or Universal? Pathways for a Universal Basic Income. Basic or Universal? Pathways for a Universal Basic Income. (pp. 147-161) edited by Klein, E., Mays, J. and Dunlop, T.. Cham, Switzerland: Palgrave Macmillan . doi: 10.1007/978-3-030-14378-7_8

  • Peters, Kim, Fonseca, Miguel A., Haslam, S. Alexander, Steffens, Niklas K. and Quiggin, John (2019). Fat cats and thin followers: excessive CEO pay may reduce ability to lead. The social psychology of inequality. (pp. 21-34) edited by Jolanda Jetten and Kim Peters. Cham, Switzerland: Springer International Publishing. doi: 10.1007/978-3-030-28856-3_2

  • Quiggin, John (2018). Global financial crisis. The world economy through the lens of the United Nations. (pp. 1-23) edited by José Antonio Ocampo, Anis Chowdhury and Diana Alarcón. Oxford, United Kingdom: Oxford University Press. doi: 10.1093/oso/9780198817345.003.0009

  • Quiggin, John (2018). Global financial crisis: analysis of economic policy, 2008-2016. The world economy through the lens of the United Nations. (pp. 224-245) Oxford, United Kingdom: Oxford University Press.

  • Quiggin, John (2018). The economics of climate change. Human Forces in Engineering. (pp. 123-144) edited by Andrej Atrens and Aleks David Atrens. Berlin, Germany: De Gruyter. doi: 10.1515/9783110535129-005

  • Quiggin, John (2017). Governance of Public Corporations: Profits and the Public Benefit. From Bureaucracy to Business Enterprise. (pp. 27-41) London, United Kingdom: Routledge. doi: 10.4324/9781315195988-3

  • Grant, Simon and Quiggin, John (2014). Climate change and the precautionary principle. Carbon pricing: early experiences and future prospects. (pp. 167-178) edited by John Quiggin, David Adamson and Daniel Quiggin. Cheltenham, United Kingdom: Edward Elgar Publishing. doi: 10.4337/9781782547747.00025

  • Quiggin, John (2014). How I learned to stop worrying and love the RET. Carbon pricing: early experiences and future prospects. (pp. 89-98) edited by John Quiggin, David Adamson and Daniel Quiggin. Cheltenham, United Kingdom: Edward Elgar Publishing. doi: 10.4337/9781782547747.00018

  • Quiggin, John (2014). Income Contingent Loans as a Risk Management Device. Income Contingent Loans. (pp. 39-48) edited by Bruce Chapman, Timothy Higgins and Joseph E. Stiglitz. London, United Kingdom: Palgrave Macmillan UK. doi: 10.1057/9781137413208_4

  • Quiggin, John, Adamson, David and Quiggin, Daniel (2014). Introduction. Carbon pricing: early experiences and future prospects. (pp. 1-4) edited by John Quiggin, David Adamson and Daniel Quiggin. Cheltenham, United Kingdom: Edward Elgar Publishing. doi: 10.4337/9781782547747.00011

  • Quiggin, John (2014). Macroeconomic policy after the Global Financial Crisis. Australian public policy: progressive ideas in the neoliberal ascendency. (pp. 45-62) edited by Lionel Orchard and Chris Miller. Bristol, England, United Kingdom: Policy Press. doi: 10.1332/policypress/9781447312673.003.0003

  • Quiggin, John (2014). Non-expected utility models under objective uncertainty. Handbook of the economics of risk and uncertainty. (pp. 701-728) Oxford, United Kingdom: Elsevier. doi: 10.1016/B978-0-444-53685-3.00012-X

  • Quiggin, John (2014). Why don’t we see more use of income contingent loans?. Income contingent loans. (pp. 238-240) edited by Bruce Chapman, Timothy Higgins and Joseph E. Stiglitz. London, United Kingdom: Palgrave Macmillan. doi: 10.1057/9781137413208_21

  • Quiggin, John (2013). Start with the household. Amateur media: social, cultural and legal perspectives. (pp. 27-32) Abingdon, Oxon, United Kingdom: Routledge. doi: 10.4324/9780203112021

  • Quiggin, John (2013). The economics of new media. A companion to new media dynamics. (pp. 90-103) edited by John Hartley, Jean Burgess and Axel Bruns. Chicester, United Kingdom: Wiley-Blackwell. doi: 10.1002/9781118321607.ch5

  • Smithson, Michael, Bammer, Gabriele, Attewell, Robyn, Buckman, Stephen, Curthoys, Ann, Delaney, Kate, Dovers, Stephen, Furler, Liz, Grishin, Sasha, Hájek, Alan, Handmer, John, Jones, Judith, Longford, Steve, Mackey, John, McFadden, Michael, Moore, Michael, Perkins, Paul, Perez, Pascal, Pickard, Stephen, Plant, Aileen, Quiggin, John, Ritter, Alison and White, Ian (2012). Coping and managing under uncertainty. Uncertainty and risk: multidisciplinary perspectives. (pp. 321-333) edited by Gabriele Bammer and Michael Smithson. London, United Kingdom: Routledge. doi: 10.4324/9781849773607-37

  • Quiggin, John (2012). Economists and uncertainty. Uncertainty and risk: multidisciplinary perspectives. (pp. 195-203) edited by Gabriele Bammer and Michael Smithson. London, United Kingdom: Taylor & Francis. doi: 10.4324/9781849773607-25

  • Quiggin, John (2012). Financial markets: masters or servants?. New visions for market governance: crisis and renewal. (pp. 16-27) edited by Kate Macdonald, Shelley Marshall and Sanjay Pinto. London, United Kingdom: Routledge. doi: 10.4324/9780203116050

  • Mallawaarachchi, Thilak, McClintock, Anthea, Adamson, David and Quiggin, John (2012). Investment as an adaptation response to water scarcity. Water Policy Reform: Lessons in Sustainability from the Murray-Darling Basin. (pp. 101-128) edited by John Quiggin, Thilak Mallawaarachchi and Sarah Chambers. Cheltenham, United Kingdom: Edward Elgar. doi: 10.4337/9781781000328.00018

  • Bammer, Gabriele, Smithson, Michael, Attewell, Robyn, Buckman, Stephen, Curthoys, Ann, Delaney, Kate, Dovers, Stephen, Furler, Liz, Grishin, Sasha, Hájek, Alan, Handmer, John, Jones, Judith, Longford, Steve, Mackey, John, McFadden, Michael, Moore, Michael, Perkins, Paul, Perez, Pascal, Pickard, Stephen, Plant, Aileen, Quiggin, John, Ritter, Alison and White, Ian (2012). The nature of uncertainty. Uncertainty and risk: multidisciplinary perspectives. (pp. 289-303) edited by Gabriele Bammer and Michael Smithson. London, United Kingdom: Routledge. doi: 10.4324/9781849773607-33

  • Smithson, Michael, Bammer, Gabriele, Attewell, Robyn, Buckman, Stephen, Curthoys, Ann, Delaney, Kate, Dovers, Stephen, Furler, Liz, Grishin, Sasha, Hájek, Alan, Handmer, John, Jones, Judith, Longford, Steve, Mackey, John, McFadden, Michael, Moore, Michael, Perkins, Paul, Perez, Pascal, Pickard, Stephen, Plant, Aileen, Quiggin, John, Ritter, Alison and White, Ian (2012). Uncertainty metaphors, motives and morals. Uncertainty and risk: multidisciplinary perspectives. (pp. 305-320) edited by Bammer, Gabriele and Smithson, Michael. London, United Kingdom: Routledge. doi: 10.4324/9781849773607-34

  • Mallawaarachchi, Thilak, Adamson, David, Chambers, Sarah, Schrobback, Peggy and Quiggin, John (2012). Variability and uncertainty: implications for water policy impact analysis. Water Policy Reform: Lessons in Sustainability from the Murray-Darling Basin. (pp. 82-100) edited by John Quiggin, Thilak Mallawaarachchi and Sarah Chambers. Cheltenham, United Kingdom: Edward Elgar. doi: 10.4337/9781781000328.00017

  • Quiggin, John (2012). Why the Guide to the Proposed Basin Plan failed, and what can be done to fix it. Water Policy Reform: Lessons in Sustainability from the Murray-Darling Basin. (pp. 49-60) edited by John Quiggin, Thilak Mallawaarachchi and Sarah Chambers. Cheltenham, United Kingdom: Edward Elgar. doi: 10.4337/9781781000311.00014

  • Quiggin, John (2011). Managing risk in the Murray-Darling Basin. Basin futures: water reform in the Murray-Darling basin. (pp. 313-324) edited by Daniel Connell and R. Quentin Grafton. Acton, ACT, Australia: ANU E Press. doi: 10.22459/bf.05.2011.19

  • Gruen, Nicholas and Quiggin, John (2010). Boiling frogs, black swans and the Lucky Country - how resilient is our economy and how could we improve its resilience?. Resilience and transformation: preparing Australia for uncertain futures. (pp. 39-46) edited by Steven Cork. Melbourne, Australia: CSIRO.

  • Marston, Greg, Moss, Jeremy and Quiggin, John (2010). Introduction: Shifting risk?. Risk, welfare and work. (pp. vii-xvi) edited by Greg Marston, Jeremy Moss and John Quiggin. Melbourne, Australia: Melbourne University Press.

  • Quiggin, John (2010). Risk shifts in Australia: Implications of the financial crisis. Risk, welfare and work. (pp. 3-23) edited by Greg Marston, Jeremy Moss and John Quiggin. Melbourne, Australia: Melbourne University Press.

  • Bell, Stephen and Quiggin, John (2010). Unemployment policy: Unemployment, underemployment and labour market insecurity. Social policy in Australia: Understanding for action. (pp. 145-157) edited by Alison McClelland and Paul Smyth. South Melbourne, Vic., Australia: Oxford University Press.

  • Quiggin, J. (2009). Climate change and intergenerational equity. Climate change and social justice. (pp. 67-81) edited by Moss, Jeremy. Carlton, VIC, Australia: Melbourne University Publishing.

  • Quiggin, John (2009). Existence Value and Benefit-Cost Analysis: A Third View. Cost-Benefit Analysis and Public Policy. (pp. 204-207) Oxford, United Kingdom: Blackwell Publishing Ltd.. doi: 10.1002/9781444307177.ch20

  • Quiggin, John (2008). Economists and uncertainty. Uncertainty and risk: Multidisciplinary perspectives. (pp. 195-204) edited by Gabriel Bammer and Michael Smithson. London, U.K.: Earthscan.

  • Quiggin, John (2008). Employment and innovation in the information economy. Knowledge Policy: Challenges for the 21st Century. (pp. 175-187) edited by G Hearn and D Rooney. Cheltenham: Edward Elgar.

  • Quiggin, John (2008). Is creative capitalism illegal?. Creative Capitalism: A Conversation with Bill Gates, Warren Buffet and other Economic Leaders. (pp. 77-79) edited by M. Kinsley and C. Clark. New York, U.S.: Simon & Schuster.

  • Quiggin, John (2008). Putting creativity back into creative capitalism. Creative Capitalism: A Conversation with Bill Gates, Warren Buffet and other Economic Leaders. (pp. 284-286) edited by M. Kinsley and C. Clark. New York: Simon & Schuster.

  • Quiggin, John (2008). Uncertainty, risk and water management in Australia. Water Policy in Australia: The Impact of Change and Uncertainty. (pp. 61-73) edited by L. Crase. Washington, DC: Resources for the Future Press. doi: 10.4324/9781936331420

  • Quiggin, John and Grant, Simon (2007). Conjectures, refutations and discoveries: Incorporating new knowledge in models of belief and choice under uncertainty. Uncertainty and risk: Mental, formal, experimental representations. (pp. 9-25) edited by Mohammed Abdellaoui, R. Duncan Luce, Mark J. Machina and Bertrand Munier. Berlin, Germany: Springer. doi: 10.1007/978-3-540-48935-1_2

  • Quiggin, J. C. (2007). Internet and Innovation. Open Content Licensing: Cultivating the Creative Commons. (pp. 150-155) edited by B. Fitzgerald. Sydney, Australia: Sydney University Press.

  • Chapman, Bruce, Freiberg, Arie, Quiggin, John and Tait, David (2006). Criminal reparations: Using the tax system to collect fines. Government Managing Risk: Income Contingent Loans for Social and Economic Progress. (pp. 140-155) Routledge Taylor & Francis Group. doi: 10.4324/9780203488522

  • Chapman, Bruce, Freiberg, Arie, Quiggin, John and Tait, David (2006). Criminal reparations: Using the tax system to collect fines. Government Managing Risk: Incoming Contingent Loans for Social and Economic Progress. (pp. 140-160) edited by B. Chapman. London; New York: Routledge.

  • Quiggin, John (2006). Economic blogs and blog economics. Uses of Blogs. (pp. 69-79) edited by A. Bruns and J. Jacobs. New York, USA: Peter Lang Publishing.

  • Quiggin, John (2006). Economic constraints on public policy. The Oxford handbook of public policy. (pp. 529-542) edited by Michael Moran, Martin Rein and Robert E. Godin. Oxford, United Kingdom: Oxford University Press. doi: 10.1093/oxfordhb/9780199548453.003.0025

  • Quiggin, John (2006). Five Observations on Financing Health Care. Engaging the New World: Responses to the Knowledge Economy. (pp. 222-237) edited by Bhajan S. Grewal and Margarita Kumnick. Australia: Melbourne University Press.

  • Quiggin, J. C. (2006). Globalisation: macroeconomic management and public finance. Globalisation and the Asia-Pacific: Contested Perspectives and Diverse Experiences. (pp. 60-72) edited by I. Islam and M. Hossain. Cheltenham UK: Edward Elgar.

  • Quiggin, John (2006). Republican War on Science: Introduction to a Seminar. Looking for a fight: is there a Republican war on science?. (pp. 3-4) edited by John Holbo. Indiana, USA: Parlor Press.

  • Quiggin, J. C. (2006). Risk, discounting and the public sector. Economics and the Future. (pp. 57-68) edited by David J. Pannell and Steven G. M. Schillizzi. United Kingdom: Edward Elgar.

  • Quiggin, John (2006). The end of the public sector debate. The state of the public sector: The state of the states 2006. (pp. 49-61) edited by Christopher Sheil. Sydney, Australia: The Evatt Foundation.

  • Bell, S. R. and Quiggin, J. C. (2006). Unemployment, Labour Market Insecurity and Policy Options. Social Policy in Australia: Understanding for Action. (pp. 147-160) edited by A. McClelland and P. Smyth. Australia: Oxford University Press.

  • Quiggin, J. C. (2006). War over science or war on science. Looking for a fight: Is there a Republican war on science?. (pp. 79-81) edited by John Holbo. Indiana, USA: Parlor Press.

  • Quiggin, J. C. (2006). Worldwide war on science. Looking for a fight: Is there a Republican war on science?. (pp. 14-22) edited by John Holbo. West Lafayette, Indiana, USA: Parlor Press.

  • Quiggin, J. C. (2005). Economic liberalism: fall, revival and resistance. Ideas and Influence: Social Science and Public Policy in Australia. (pp. 21-43) edited by P Saunders and J Walter. Sydney, Australia: UNSW Press.

  • Quiggin, J. C. (2004). Economic Policy. The Howard Years. (pp. 169-190) edited by R. Manne. Australia: Schwartz Publishing.

  • Quiggin, J. C. (2004). Electricity Privatisation in Victoria: Fiscal and economic impacts. Power Progress: An Audit of Australia's Electricity Reform Experiment. (pp. 109-123) edited by G. Hodge and V. Sands et al. Victoria, Australia: Australian Scholarly Publishing Pty. Ltd..

  • Quiggin, J. C. (2004). The Australian economy in the 21st century. Australian Macroeconomic Policy Debates: Contributions from the Shann Memorial Lectures 1991-2000.. (pp. 277-291) edited by P. Crompton. Crawley, Western Australia: University of Western Australia Press.

  • Quiggin, J. C. (2004). The economic policy debate.. The Politics of Australian Society. Political Issues for the New Century. (pp. 263-277) edited by P. Boreham, G. Stokes and R. Hall. Australia: Pearson Education Australia.

  • Hayward, David and Quiggin, John (2003). A financial vision for a long-term Labor government in Victoria. Visions for Victoria. (pp. 29-51) edited by Hayward, David and Ewer, Peter. Carlton North, Vic.: The Vulgar Press.

  • Quiggin, J. C. (2003). Dilemmas of Competition Policy. Economics As A Social Science: Readings in Political Economy. (pp. 286-289) edited by G. Argyrous and F. Stilwell. Annandale NSW: Pluto Press.

  • Quiggin, J. C. (2003). Free Market Reform and the South Australian Electricity Supply Industry. Power Politics: The electricity crisis and you. (pp. 51-72) edited by J. Spoehr. Kent Town, South Australia: Wakefield Press.

  • Quiggin, John (2003). Governance of Public Corporations: Profits and the Public Benefit. From Bureaucracy to Business Enterprise: Legal and policy issues in the transformation of government services. (pp. 27-42) edited by Michael J. Whincop. England: Ashgate Publishing Company.

  • Quiggin, John (2003). Privatisation. The Cambridge Handbook of Social Sciences in Australia. (pp. 17-30) edited by I. McAllister, S. Dowrick and R. Hassan. Australia: Cambridge University Press.

  • Quiggin, John and Chambers, Robert G. (2003). The state-contigent approach to modelling environmental risk management. Risk management and the environment : agriculture in perspective. (pp. 11-28) Boston: Kluwer Academic Publishers.

  • Chambers, R. G. and Quiggin, J. (2002). Dual approaches to state-contingent supply response systems under price and production uncertainty. A Comprehensive Assessment of the Role of Risk in U. S. agriculture. (pp. 105-120) Boston: Kluwer Academic Publishers.

  • Quiggin, J. (2002). Economic governance and microeconomic reform. Economic Governance and Institutional Dynamics. (pp. 158-177) edited by S. Bell. South Melbourne: Oxford University Press.

  • Quiggin, J. (2002). Why have the returns to microeconomic reform been so disappointing. Efficiency in the Public Sector. (pp. 37-60) edited by K. Fox. Boston: Kluwer Academic. doi: 10.1007/978-1-4757-3592-5_3

  • Quiggin, John (2001). Social Democracy and Market Reform in Australia and New Zealand. Social Democracy in Neoliberal Times. (pp. 80-109) London, United Kingdom: Oxford University Press. doi: 10.1093/acprof:oso/9780199241378.003.0004

  • Quiggin, John (1993). Background. Generalized Expected Utility Theory. (pp. 7-16) Dordrecht: Springer Netherlands. doi: 10.1007/978-94-011-2182-8_2

  • Quiggin, John (1993). Uncertainty. Generalized Expected Utility Theory. (pp. 3-6) Dordrecht, Netherlands : Springer Netherlands. doi: 10.1007/978-94-011-2182-8_1

  • Quiggin, John (1988). Land degradation: behavioural causes. Land degradation: problems and policies. (pp. 203-212) edited by Anthony Chisholm and Robert Dumsday. Cambridge, United Kingdom: Cambridge University Press. doi: 10.1017/cbo9780511898020.014

Journal Article

Conference Publication

  • Foster, John, Henley, Mark, Quiggin, John, Simhauser, Paul and Wagner, Liam (2015). Energy Policy. Australian Conference of Economists 2015, QUT, Brisbane, 7-10 July 2015.

  • Quiggin, John (2012). Stabilizing the global climate: A simple and robust benefit-cost analysis. AAEA & NAREA Joint Annual Meeting (2011), Pittsburgh, PA, U.S.A., 24-26 July 2011. Cary, NC, U.S.A.: Oxford University Press. doi: 10.1093/ajae/aar130

  • Quiggin, John (2010). Agriculture and global climate stabilization: A public good analysis. 27th Conference of the International Association of Agricultural Economists, Beijing, China, 16-22 August 2009. Malden, MA , U.S.A.: Wiley-Blackwell Publishing. doi: 10.1111/j.1574-0862.2010.00494.x

  • Nauges, Celine, O'Donnell, Christopher and Quiggin, John (2009). Uncertainty and technical efficiency in Finnish agriculture. 53rd Annual Conference of the Australian Agricultural and Resource Economics Society, Cairns, Australia, 11-13 February 2009. Canberra, Australia: Australian Agricultural and Resource Economics Society.

  • Adamson, D., Mallawaarachchi, T. and Quiggin, J. (2008). Declining inflows and more frequent droughts in the Murray-Darling Basin: Climate change, impact and adaption. 52nd Annual Conference of the Australian Agricultural and Resource Economics Society (AARES 2008), Canberra, Australia, 5-8 February, 2008.

  • Wagner, L., Adamson, D. C. and Quiggin, J. C. (2008). Opportunity costs of restoring environmental flows to the Snowy River. 52nd Annual Conference for the Australian Agricultural and Resource Economics Society (AARES 2008), Canberra, Australia, 5-8 February 2008.

  • Adamson, David, Schrobback, Peggy and Quiggin, John (2008). Options for managing salinity in the Murray-Darling Basin under reduced rainfall. 2nd International Salinity Forum Salinity, Water and Society – Global issues, local action New approaches for tackling the salinisation of water resources. Includes irrigation, dryland and urban salinity, and salt water intrusion, Adelaide Convention Centre Adelaide, South Australia, Australia, 31 March – 3 April 2008. International Salinity Forum.

  • Schrobback, P., Adamson, D. and Quiggin, J. (2008). The options for salinity mitigation in the Murray-Darling Basin. AARES 2008 52nd Annual Conference of the Australian Agricultural and Resource Economics Society, Canberra, Australia, 5-8 February 2008. The Australian Agricultural and Resource Economics Society (AGeCON).

  • Schrobback, P., Adamson, D. and Quiggin, J. (2008). Turning Water into Carbon: Carbon sequestration vs. water flow in the Murray-Darling Basin. AARES 2009 53rd Annual Conference of the Australian Agricultural and Resource Economics Society, Cairns, Australia, 11-13 February 2009. The Australian Agricultural and Resource Economics Society (AGeCON).

  • Menezes, F. and Quiggin, J (2007). Can game theory be saved?. ESAM07 Australian Meeting of the Econometric Society, Brisbane, Australia, 3-6 July 2007. Brisbane, Australia: Econometric Society.

  • Adamson, D., Mallawaarachchi, T. and Quiggin, J. (2007). Climate change and climate uncertainty in the Murray-Darling Basin. AARES 2007; 51st Annual Conference of the Australian Agricultural and Resource Economics Society, Queenstown, NZ, 13-16 February 2007.

  • Adamson, David, Mallawaarachchi, Thilak and Quiggin, John (2006). Climate Change, Water Availability and Adaptation in the Murray Darling Basin. 26th Conference of the International Association of Agricultural Economists, Gold Coast, 12–19 August 2006.

  • Quiggin, John (2006). Globalisation: macroeconomic management and public finance. Workshop on the Benefits and Costs of Globalisation, Nathan Australia, Feb, 2003. CHELTENHAM: EDWARD ELGAR PUBLISHING LTD.

  • Adamson, David, Mallawaarachchi, Thilak and Quiggin, John (2006). State-contingent modelling of the Murray Darling Basin: implications for the design of property rights. The 50th Annual Conference of the Australian Agricultural and Resource Economics Society, Sydney, 8-10 February, 2006.

  • Grant, Simon and Quiggin, John (2005). Learning and Discovery. ACE05: 34th Australian Conference of Economists, Melbourne, Australia, 26-28 September 2005. Sydney, Australia: Economic Society of Australia.

  • Adamson, David, Quiggin, John and Mallawaarachchi, Thilak (2005). Modelling basin level allocation of water in the Murray Darling Basin in a world of uncertainty. AARES 2005. 49th Annual Conference of the Australian Agricultural and Resource Economics Society, Coffs Harbour, N.S.W., Australia, 7-11 February 2005.

  • Chapman, B, Freiberg, A, Quiggin, J and Tait, D (2004). Using the tax system to collect fines. Australia: Blackwell Publishing Asia. doi: 10.1111/j.1467-8500.2004.00387.x

  • Quiggin, J (2002). Why have the returns to microeconomic reform been so disappointing?. International Conference on Public Sector Efficiency, Sydney Australia, Nov 27-28, 1997. NORWELL: KLUWER ACADEMIC PUBLISHERS.

  • Quiggin, J (1990). Comparative Statics for Rank-Dependent Expected Utility-Theory. AMES: AMER AGRICULTURAL ECONOMICS ASSOC.

Other Outputs

Grants (Administered at UQ)

PhD and MPhil Supervision

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