BEc(Hons), MEc (Monash), DipEd (La Trobe), PhD (ANU)

Economics
2011

Hal Hill is the H W Arndt Professor of Southeast Asian Economies in the Arndt-Corden Department of Economics, Crawford School, Australian National University. His main research and teaching interests are the economies of Southeast Asia. He is the author/editor of fifteen books and about one hundred and forty journal papers and book chapters. Current research projects include Southeast Asian development dynamics, the challenge of upgrading in Malaysia, growing out of conflict in Cambodia, industrialisation in Indonesia, middle-income developing Asian economies after the global financial crisis, and Indonesian universities in transition. He serves on the editorial boards of thirteen academic journals, and is an advisor to AusAID, the Asian Development Bank, the World Bank, and United Nations agencies.

Main Teaching, Research or Administrative Posts

  • Member of the Arndt-Corden Department of Economics, Crawford School, CAP, ANU (1983 - )
  • Head, Deputy Head, Arndt-Corden Department of Economics (2000 - 2006)
  • Head, Indonesia Project, ANU (1986 - 1998)
  • Official guest of the Republic of Indonesia under its program "Presidential Friends of Indonesia" (2011)

Hal Hill, Tham Siew Yean and Ragayah Haji Mat Bin (eds) (2012), Malaysia's Development challenges: Graduating from the Middle. London: Routledge

M Chatib Basri and Hall Hill (2011), Indonesian Growth Dynamics, in Asian Economic Policy Review, 6(1), pp 90-107

Kelly Bird and Hal Hill (2010), Tiny, Poor, Landlocked, Indebted, But Growing: Lessons for Late Reforming Transition Economies from Laos, in Oxford Development Studies, 38(2), pp 117 - 143

Haryo Aswicahyono, Hal Hill and Dionisius Narjoko (2010), Industrialization after a Deep Economic Crisis: Indonesia, in Journal of Development Studies, 46(6), pp 1084 - 1108

Haryo Aswicahyono, Kelly Bird and Hal Hill (2010), Making Economic Policy in Weak, Democratic, Post-crisis States: An Indonesian Case Study, in World Development, 37(2), pp 354 - 370