Lionel Orchard taught public policy and political theory at both graduate and undergraduate levels at Flinders University from 1989 to 2015. His research covers issues in public policy, politics and political theory. His areas of specialisation include housing policy and urban policy. He is co-editor of Australian Public Policy: Progressive Ideas in the Neoliberal Ascendency (with Chris Miller, Policy Press, 2014) and co-author of Public Goods, Public Enterprise, Public Choice: Theoretical Foundations of the Contemporary Attack on Government (with Hugh Stretton, Macmillan, 1994). He served in a number of senior administrative roles at Flinders including as Head of the then School of Political and International Studies.
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