Dr Robyn Hollander is Associate Professor in the School of Government and International Relations at Griffith University.
She has long standing interests in federalism and regulation which stem back to her doctoral studies. While that research focused on housing policy in Australia, and in particular the work of the then Queensland Housing Commission, two relationships were unavoidable; that between the commonwealth and the states and between governments and markets. These relationships have continued to inform her research agenda which has spanned several policy areas including the environment, competition, and higher education.
Her current work centres around issues of moral policy. She has published in a range of well regarded journals including Publius, The Australian Journal of Political Science, The Australian Journal of Public Administration and The Australian Journal of Politics and History.