Greg Marston is a Professor of Social Policy, School of Social Science at The University of Queensland. Prior to entering academia Greg worked in the non-profit sector at the local, state and national level. His research interests include poverty and inequality, the politics of policy-making and social service delivery models. He is presently undertaking Australian Research Council funded research into conditional welfare, climate change and social policy and employment pathways for people with disabilities. His most recent books are a co-edited collection on Basic Income in Australia and New Zealand (2016); Work and the Welfare State: Street-Level Organizations and Workfare Politics (2013); and The Australian Welfare State: Who Benefits Now (2013).
• Graduate Certificate in Higher Education Teaching, The University of Queensland
• Bachelor of Social Science, Queensland University of Technology
• Doctor of Philosophy, The University of Queensland