Stuart Rosewarne

Associate Professor, Department of Political Economy, University of Sydney

Stuart Rosewarne’s research and teaching interests are in environmental and ecological economics, critical socialist ecology, international political economy, and the political economy of gender.

His recent publications include: “Trading on Gender: The perversity of Asian labour exports as an economic development strategy” Work organisation labour and globalisation 2012; “Australia’s Climate Change Policy: A Capital Agenda”, Australian Options 2011; with Susan McGrath Champ and Yasmin Rittau “From one skill shortage to the next: the Australian construction industry and geographies of a global labour market” Journal of Industrial Relations 2011; with James Goodman “Climate policy: from carbon tax to direct action?” Chain Reaction 2010; “Meeting the challenge of climate change: the poverty of the economic narrative and market solutions as subterfuge” Journal of Australian Political Economy Summer Issue 2010/2011; with R. Pearse and J. Goodman “Researching direct action against carbon emissions: A digital ethnography of climate agency”, in Journal of Cosmopolitan Civil Societies, 2010.

Stuart is co-editor of Journal of Australian Political Economy, and Capitalism, Nature, Socialism

Experience

  • –present
    Department of Political Economy, University of Sydney

Education

  • 1987 
    University of Sydney, PhD