Chris Aulich is a Professor of Public Administration at the ANZSOG Institute for Governance at the University of Canberra. He joined the University after a decade in the ACT and Commonwealth public services. Since then he has worked extensively on tracing Australia’s policies of privatisation from Hawke-Keating through to John Howard’s government and has published extensively in academic journals, professional magazines and books on issues relating to both local government and to privatisation.
Chris has jointly edited four books, three of which mapped the main developments in the Howard and Rudd government periods. He has held visiting positions at St Andrews University and the University of Hong Kong and has extensive experience teaching courses in public administration in China, Singapore, Hong Kong, Cambodia, Malaysia and Bhutan.