DR STUART ROSEWARNE
BCom Melb. MA Melb. PhD Melb
+61 2 9351 2492
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
- Global Integration
- Theories of Political Economy
- The Nature of Work
- Ecological economics and socialist ecology
- Environmental economics
- Feminist political economics
- International migration
- International political economy
Rosewarne S (2010) “Globalisation and the commodification of labour: temporary labour migration” Economics and Labour Relations Review 2010 Vol 20 No 2: 99-110. (ISSN: 1035-3046)
Rosewarne S, with McGrath S. and Rittau Y. (2010) “Education, skill and unions in the Australian construction industry” Labour and Industry Vol 21 No 1 August : 438-462. (ISSN: 1030-1763)
Rosewarne S,with Pearse R. and Goodman J. (2010) “Researching direct action against carbon emissions: A digital ethnography of climate agency”, in Journal of Cosmopolitan Civil Societies, Vol 2 No 3, pp.76-103, located at http://epress.lib.uts.edu.au/ojs/index.php/mcs/article/view/1794 (ISSN: 1837-5391)
Rosewarne S (2010-2011) “Meeting the challenge of climate change: the poverty of the economic narrative and market solutions as subterfuge” Journal of Australian Political Economy Summer Issue 66: 17-50. (ISSN: 0156-5826)
Rosewarne S 2007 'Global warming and discourses of uncertainty: buying time, buying businesses and engendering risk' in Water Wind Art and Debate - How environmental concerns impact on disciplinary research, ed. Gavin Birch, Sydney University Press, Sydney pp. 23-69.
Rosewarne S 2006 'Socialist Ecology´s Necessary Engagement with Ecofeminism', Capitalism Nature Socialism, vol.17:4.
McGrath-Champ S, Rosewarne S and Toner P 2006 'Skills infrastructure and structural transformation of the building and construction industry',Social Actors, Work Organization and New Technologies in the 21st Century - International Industrial Relations Association (IIRA) 14th World Congress, Lima, Peru: Fondo Editorial Universidad de Lima, CD-ROM.
McGrath-Champ S, Rosewarne S and Toner P 2006 'The globalisation of the construction work force: the impact on the Australian building and construction industry',Asia-Pacific Building Unions Seminar, Tokyo.
Rosewarne S and Groutsis D 2006 'Challenges to the integrity of a European program: Greece as the recalcitrant state',Challenges of Immigration and Integration in the European Union and Australia, Sydney: University of Sydney.
Rosewarne SC 2005 'The Shifting Power Relations In Australia's Economic Success Story: From Neo-Liberalism to Neo-Conservativism', Modern Greek Studies, vol.13, pp. 7-27.
Rosewarne SC 2005 'Workplace ‘Reform´ and the Restructuring of Higher Education ', Journal of Australian Political Economy , vol.No 56 pp. 186-206.
Rosewarne SC 2005 'Beyond Kyoto ~ the Asia-Pacific Partnership on Clean Development and Climate: progress or regress?'Asia-Pacific Non-Government Environmental Organisation Conference, Kathmandu, Nepal.
Rosewarne SC 2004 [[http://www.tandf.co.uk/journals/titles/10455752.asp||'Globablization and the Recovery of the Migrant as Sublect: "Transnationalism from Below"'], Capitalism, Nature, Socialism, vol.15, pp. 37-52.
Shik Shin J, McGrath-Champ S and Rosewarne S 2004 'The impact of Korean-speaking migrant workers on the skill formation and the labour market in the Asutralian construction industry',5th Asian Regional Congress of International Industrial Relations Association (IIRA), Seoul, South Korea.
Internal Working Paper/s
Rosewarne SC, McGrath-Champ S, Toner PA and Morgan C 2004 'Labour Force Challenges in the Australian Building and Construction Industry: Skills Infrastructure and Migrant Workers', Sydney: Sydney University, School of Economics and Political Science.(400Kb)
Rosewarne SC 2003 'The Kyoto Protocol and the Australian State's Commitment to Capital Accumulation', Capitalism, Nature, Socialism, vol.14:1, pp. 1-36.
Rosewarne SC 2003,The Challenges of Immigration and Integration in the European Union and Australia Conference, National Europe Centre and the Australian Centre for Population Research A.N.U and The Multicultural Research Centre, The University of Sydney.
Rosewarne SC and Groutsis D 2003 'Challenges to the integrity of a European migration program: Greece as the recalcitrant state', Technical Report NEC, National Europe Centre, ANU., Report Number 75.
Rosewarne SC 2002 'Environment: Brown Wash', Workers Online, vol.160.
Rosewarne SC 2002 'Representations of Academic Labour: Comment', Australian Universities Review, vol.45:2, pp. 37-41.
Rosewarne SC 2002 'Running on Empty: 'Modernising' the British and Australian labour parties by Andrew Scott', Capital and Class, pp. 167-170.
Rosewarne SC 2002 'Towards an Ecological Political Economy', Journal of Australian Political Economy, vol.50, pp. 179-99.
Rosewarne SC 2002 'Borders and Territories', Arena Magazine.
Rosewarne SC 2001 'Commerce, environnement et économie écologiquet' in Commerce international et développement soutenable, ed. Michel Damian and Jean Christophe Graz, Economica, Paris pp. 187-209.
Rosewarne SC 2001 'Globalization, Migration and Labor Market Formation - Labor's Challenge', Capitalism, Nature, Socialism, vol.12:47, pp. 71-84.
Rosewarne SC 2001 'New World Borders: Globalisation, the new migration', Overland, vol.164, pp. 22-26.
Rosewarne SC 2001 'Review Article - Women work and inequality', Journal of Australian Political Economy, vol.47, pp. 123-137
Rosewarne SC 2001 'Fair trade rather than free trade - a liberal panacea for the global environment?' International Sociological Association New Natures/New Cultures/New Technologies Conference, Fitzwilliam College, Huntingdon Road, Cambridge CB3 0DG, United Kingdom,5-7 July 2001.
Rosewarne SC 2000 'Contesting labour market formation: Migrant workers, the state and the assertion of economic and industrial citizenship',Plenary Conference of Socialist Economists, University of London.
Rosewarne SC 1999 'False Paradise', Journal of Australian Political Economy, vol.43, pp. 124-135.
Rosewarne SC 1999 'Ungoverning the Environment: The Australian States Retreat from Environmentalism', Proceedings of the 4th Asia-Pacific NGOs Environmental Conference, Singapore.
Rosewarne SC 1998 'The globalisation and liberalisation of Asian labour markets', The World Economy, vol.21:7, pp. 963-979.
1986 'Australian Imperialism in the Southwest Pacific 1880-1940', PhD.
Current Supervising Postgraduates
Geraldine Joy Paton
Seeking Sustainability: Alternative Liberalisms
The political economy structure for sustainable development under pressure of globalization: the case of Thailand
Danielle Marie Spruyt
The changing status of water in the economy: testing the waters of the Top End (NT)