BA (ANU), MA, PhD (Sydney)

Political Science
2009

RICHARD ROBISON is Emeritus Professor at Murdoch University. Previous positions include Professor of Political Economy at the Institute for Social Studies, The Hague; Professor of Asian and International Politics, Murdoch University; Director, Australian Research Council's Special Research Centre for Political and Economic Change in Asia. He has held Fulbright and Leverhulme Fellowships.

Current interests include:

  • the rise of oligarchy in developing economies
  • political regimes in developing economies
  • markets and politics in developing economies
  • Professor of Political Economy, Institute of Social Studies, The Hague, Netherlands. (2003 - 2006)
  • Leverhulme Professorial Fellow, Universidy of Warwick. (2001 - 2002)
  • Professor of Asian and International Politics / Director, Australian Research Council Special Centre for Political and Economic Change in Asia. (1994 - 1999)

Fulbright Senior Scholar 1989

Leverhulme Trust Professorial Fellowship 2001/02

Robison, R & Hout, W (eds) (2008), Governance and the Anti-Politics of Development. London/New York: Routledge.

Robison, R (ed) (2006), The Neoliberal Revolution: Forging the Market State. London: Palgrave.

Robison, R & Hadiz, V (2004), Reorganising Power in Indonesia: The Politics of Oligarchy in an Age of Markets. London/New York: Routledge.

Robison, R (2005). 'How to Build Market Societies: the Paradoxes of Neo-liberalism', New Political Economy, 10 (2): 247 - 257.

Hadiz, V & Robison, R (2005). 'Neoliberal Reforms and Illiberal Consolidations: the case of Indonesia', Journal of Development Studies, 41, 2: 220 - 241.