Graeme Hodge

Professor

19982020

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Biography

Graeme Hodge is a Professor of Law at Monash University, Australia. He has published twelve books and 110 papers a range of topics such as public-private partnerships, privatization and regulation. He has worked in both the public and private sectors, including for the OECD, European Commission, United Nations, Asian Development Bank, Commonwealth Secretariat and Australian governments on matters of public policy and regulatory governance. He has also served as special adviser and contributed to several Parliamentary committees and inquiries.  His most recent writing has been on the topic of Public Policy in an Era of Regulatory Capitalism. 

Some of Professor Hodge's publications is available on-line at:
http://papers.ssrn.com/sol3/cf_dev/AbsByAuth.cfm?per_id=865915.

Areas of Expertise

Public-Private Partnerships

Public Sector Reform

Privatisation of Public Sector Enterprises

Outsourcing/Contracting-Out Government Services

Regulation 

Research interests

Public-Private Partnerships

Public Sector Reform

Privatisation of Public Sector Enterprises

Outsourcing/Contracting-Out Government Services

Regulation 

Monash teaching commitment

LAW 5361 Foundations of Regulation: Policy, Principles and practice SEM1/T2

 

LAW 4537 Public policy, regulation and the Law SEM1/T2

 

LAW5363 Regulatory Performance: evaluating what works SEM1/T2

 

Research area keywords

  • public private partnership
  • Regulation

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