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Shann Turnbull

Author/lecturer/speaker on reforming the theory and practice of capitalism;

Principal: M.A.I Services Pty. Limited providing Management And Investment Services.

QUALIFICATIONS:

PhD, Macquarie University, Sydney, 2001,

MBA, Harvard Business School, 1963,

B.Sc. University of Melbourne, 1960,

Dip. Elec. Eng. Hobart Technical School, Tasmania, 1957,

Flying licenses (non current): Private, 1951; Commercial 1955; Instructor, 1956.

PROFESSIONAL STANDING:

Founder (1975) of Company Directors’ Diploma course;

Founding Life member and Fellow: Australian Institute of Company Directors;

Fellow: International Institute for Corporate Governance and Accountability, George Washington University, Law School;

Fellow: Australian Institute of Management;

Senior Fellow: Financial Services Institute of Australasia;

Fellow: Institute of Chartered Secretaries & Administrators;

Fellow: Royal Society for the encouragement of Arts, Manufactures & Commerce.

CURRENT ROLES

Vice President of Australian Employee Ownership Association (Co-founded 1986)

NSW Executive, Australian Fabian Society;

Management Committee of Catalyst Australia Inc.(Founding Public Officer 2007;

Lecturer, Sydney University, School of Political and Social Sciences;

Member of editorial advisory board: Corporate Governance: An International Review, 1998; Corporate boards: role, duties & composition, 2004; The ICFAI Journal of Audit Practice, 2005; Corporate Governance, International Journal for enhancing board performance, 2006.

AUTHOR of over 600 writings including books:

Democratising the Wealth of Nations, 1975;

Economic Development of Aboriginal Communities in the Northern Territory, 1977/8;

Building Sustainable Communities: Tools and Concepts for Self-Reliant Economic Change, 1989, revised 1997, (co-author);

New Economics for a New World Democracy, 1994;

A New Way to Govern: Organisations and Society after Enron, 2002;

Academic papers available at: ssrn.com/author

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  • Money, Markets and Climate Change

    11th Conference of the Association for Heterodox Economics, Kingston University, London July 9-12th 2009, with an earlier version presented to the Seventh Annual Conference of the Society for Heterodox Economics, Sydney, December 8, 2008

    Shann Turnbull, décembre 2008

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