Gaby Ramia is Professor of Policy and Society, Department of Government and International Relations, School of Social and Political Sciences, and the NSW Public Policy Institute, The University of Sydney.
Gaby’s research is in public and social policy and governance, particularly in relation to work, employment, education and welfare. He has been a chief investigator in Australian Research Council (ARC) funded projects dealing with: governance networks, social networks and the employability and wellbeing of long-term unemployed people; social security in China; international education and the welfare of international students; and international student housing.
Gaby has significant academic leadership experience at The University of Sydney, including roles as: Interim Head of the School of Social and Political Sciences; Associate Dean (Postgraduate Coursework Programs) in the Faculty of Arts and Social Sciences; and Director of the Graduate School of Government. He has also taught in a wide range of policy-related areas, including public administration, public policy, and international policy.