Dr Andreas Cebulla

Associate Professor in The Future of Work

College of Business, Government and Law

place Tonsley
GPO Box 2100, Adelaide 5001, South Australia

Andreas Cebulla joined the Australian Industrial Transformation Institute (AITI) in June 2020 after four years at the South Australian Centre for Economic Studies at the University of Adelaide. Between 2012 and 2016, he was Senior Research Fellow at the National Institute of Labour Studies, Flinders University, which he had joined from the National Institute of Economic and Social Research in London, where he continued to hold a Visiting Research Fellow, later Senior Economist position until 2019.

Andreas started his career as a Research Officer at the Northern Ireland Economic Research Centre in Belfast in 1990. From 1996 to 2003 he worked at the Centre for Research in Social Policy at Loughborough University (UK), including the last two years as Assistant Director. Between 2004 and 2011, Andreas was Research Director at the National Centre for Social Research in London. He was appointed a Visiting Research Associate at the UK Commission of Employment and Skills from October 2010 to March 2012. Between February 2010 and 2014, Andreas was also a Research Theme Director and member of the Senior Management Team of the Centre for Understanding Behaviour Change at the University of Bristol (UK). He is currently a Research Affiliate at the Life Course Centre, University of Queensland.

  • Diplom in Sozialwissenschaften (BA hons in Social Sciences) University of Bremen, Germany, 1986
  • MA in Regional Planning Coventry Polytechnic, Coventry, UK, 1988
  • Certificate in Community Development University of Ulster at Jordanstown. UK, 1990
  • PhD in Sociology, Flinders University of South Australia, 2016
Supervisory interests
Activation policy
Ageing and disability
Ageing and retirement
Ageing workforce
Artificial intelligence
Immigration policy
Innovation and technology management
Labour market interventions
Social welfare
Work, labour studies and industrial relations
Youth studies