Paul Rodan is Adjunct Professor, Department of Social Sciences, Swinburne University of Technology, Melbourne, Australia. His research interests are Australian political history, electoral systems and voting behaviour and Australian political parties. Recent publications have focussed on the Australian governors-general Richard Casey and Paul Hasluck.
As a result of nearly ten years working in international education, Paul retains an interest in the public policy aspects of this area. He currently serves as a (non-executive) director of the Governing Board of Ozford Institute of Higher Education in Melbourne.
Paul is a regular contributor to Swinburne's Inside Story web site and is a member of the editorial board of Australian Universities' Review. He is a regular book reviewer for AUR and for Labour History.