Associate Professor, University of Melbourne

Neville Norman graduated from The University of Melbourne with a Bachelor of Commerce (First Class honours) in 1967 before going on to obtain a Master of Arts (first class honours, also from Melbourne), in 1969. In 1973 he received his PhD from Cambridge University. While at Cambridge Neville was supervisor in international economics and microeconomic theory and was a class master in economic statistics and research associate in the Department of Applied Economics. Neville joined the Department as a Lecturer in 1973, was promoted to senior lecturer in 1976 and Reader in 1984. He is involved with Media Economic Commentaries, the Business Council Economics Committee, the Committee for Economic Development of Australia and the General Motors Australian Advisory Council. He is a member of the Editorial Board of the Competition and Consumer Law Journal and and is President of the Economic Society of Australia and Summer School Professor at the University of los Andes in Bogota, Colombia.

Experience

  • 1984–present
    Reader, The University of Melbourne
  • 1976–1984
    Senior Lecturer, The University of Melbourne
  • 1973–1976
    Lecturer, The University of Melbourne

Education

  • 1973 
    Cambridge University, PhD
  • 1969 
    The University of Melbourne, Master of Arts (First Class honours)
  • 1967 
    The University of Melbourne, Bachelor of Commerce (First Class honours)