BEcon Hons QLD PhD Sydney
Lecturer in Transport and Logistics Management
C13 - St James Campus
The University of Sydney
NSW 2006 Australia
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Geoffrey holds a Bachelor of Economics with first class Honours in Economic Statistics from the University of Queensland where he graduated in 1999. Prior to joining ITLS Geoffrey worked for three years at the Reserve Bank of Australia in Sydney in the Financial System Stability Department. In his doctoral research Geoffrey focused on public transport issues, in particular the challenge to grow public transport patronage and the role of frequency and connectivity on the demand for bus services along 'Strategic Bus Corridors'. Research projects in ITLS focus on the use of stated choice methods and optimal pricing theories as tools to support the development of public transport outcomes that are both socially optimal as well as financially viable to operators in the presence of optimal subsidy payments.
Fare Evasion Nation 10 Apr 2013
Channel Ten's the Project program has interviewed Dr Geoffrey Clifton, Institute of Transport and Logistics Studies at the University of Sydney Business School, on public transport fare evasion.
Central Station to close under proposal 09 Oct 2012
Dr Geoffrey Clifton has been interviewed by Radio 2GB regarding a proposal by Infrastructure NSW that will result in the closure and ongoing restriction of rail services to Sydney's Central Station.
On the road to nowhere? March 24, 2012
Dr Geoffrey Clifton from the Institute of Transport and Logistic Studies at the University of Sydney Business School, has been interviewed regarding the Canberra Transport Plan.
Recent Units Taught
2011: Semester 1,
2013: Semester 1, 2012: Semester 1,
2013: Summer School, 2012: Summer School, 2011: Summer School,
2013: Semester 1, 2012: Semester 1, Semester 2, 2011: Semester 1, Semester 2,
2012: Semester 1, Semester 2, 2011: Semester 1, Semester 2,
2011: Semester 1, Semester 2,