Associate Professor Cameron Gordon

Senior Visiting Fellow
School of Business
(+61) 2 6268 6227

LOCATION

Room 324
Building 27
UNSW Canberra at ADFA

  • ABOUT

Associate Professsor Cameron Gordon is a Senior Visiting Fellow with the School of Business, UNSW Canberra.

Professional and Teaching Experience

Cameron Gordon is an Associate Professor of Economics at the University of Canberra and also has ongoing research appointments with the University Transportation Research Center, Region 2 and the City University of New York Social Policy Simulation Center, both in New York City. He is also Director of the Transport Ideas Network; a member of the Australian-American Fulbright Commission selection panel; a Research Affiliate with the ANU Centre for Economic History; and immediate past Chair of the Chartered Institute for Transport and Logistics Australia (CILTA) ACT-Southern NSW Section.

Professor Gordon has held prior academic appointments in Finance at the City University of New York and in Public Administration at the University of Southern California. He has been a Visiting Professor at the Centre for Transport Studies (CTS) at the Imperial College in London; a Visiting Professor at the Institute for Transport and Logistics Studies (ITLS) at the University of Sydney; and the John J Marchi Visiting Scholar in Public Policy at the City University of New York. Professor Gordon serves on the Transportation Economics and Congestion Pricing committees, and is a prior member of the Transportation and Economic Development Committee, of the Transportation Research Board (TRB), part of the National Research Council of the US National Academy of Sciences (NAS).

Professor Gordon has had a long public service career prior to entering academia, including stints with the US Congress Joint Committee on Taxation; US Army Corps of Engineers; US Advisory Commission on Intergovernmental Relations (USACIR); and the New York City Municipal Water Finance Authority. He was also a Program Officer for a major study of Federal Facilities management conducted by the NAS through its Board on Infrastructure and Constructed Environment (BICE).