Senior Lecturer, Politics and International Relations Program, School of Social Sciences,, University of Tasmania

Tony McCall's teaching and research interests are in regional development policy, Australian and Tasmanian politics.
He holds a range of advisory positions for local governments in Tasmania and Tasmanian government economic development departments. He is a consultant to agri-food producers, local governments and regional economic development groups, with a particular interest in the development and application of collaborative business models in small, sub-national peripheral economies.
He is regular comentator on Tasmanian politics and writes a fortnightly column for the Examiner newspaper in Tasmania.
His recent publications include: 'Transitions in Regional Development Policy: Comparative to Competitive Advantage' in Susan Kinnear et al (editors) Regional Advantage and Innovation: Achieving Australia's National Outcomes, Springer Publications, 2013 and 'Tasmania' in Marian Simms and John Wanna (editors), Julia 2010, the caretaker election, ANU E Press, 2012.

Experience

  • –present
    Senior Lecturer, University of Tasmania