Associate Dean (Academic) of the Faculty of Business, Economics and Law
The University of Queensland

After graduating from the University of Essex with both a Bachelor Honours and Master degree in Economics, Associate Professor Philip Bodman obtained his PhD from Queen's University in Canada. Following a period of 18 years as a teaching and research academic in the School of Economics at The University of Queensland (UQ), he was appointed as Associate Dean (Academic) in the Faculty of Business, Economics and Law, UQ's largest faculty. In this role he has oversight of curriculum development, governance, quality assurance, academic integrity, student relationships and the student experience and widening participation.

Associate Professor Bodman has a strong track record of quality research publications specialising in general and international macroeconomics, applied econometrics, public economics and labour economics. He has published academic articles in such scholarly journals as the Canadian Journal of Economics, Economic Record, Fiscal Studies, Economic Modelling, Singapore Economic Review, Journal of Industrial Relations, Applied Economics and Australian Economic Papers. He is also the lead co-author on the Australian edition of the renowned Macroeconomics textbook (Dornbusch, Fischer et al, McGraw -Hill) now in its 3rd Australian edition. In 2011, he was the recipient of a national Citation for Outstanding Contributions to Student Learning (COCSL) in the Australian Awards for University Teaching (AAUT).

Since 2012, Associate Professor Bodman has acted as an international discipline expert with the Hong Kong Council for the Accreditation of Academic and Vocational Qualifications (HKCAAVQ), leading accreditation panels in the areas of economics, business, finance, accounting, management and tourism in Hong Kong and Macau.