Mr Andrew Blyth

Group Manager
School of Humanities and Social Sciences

LOCATION

UNSW Canberra Public Leadership Group - Howard Library
Old Parliament House
18 King Georges Terrace
PARKES ACT 2601

  • ABOUT
  • PUBLICATIONS

Andrew Blyth is a senior member of staff at UNSW Canberra. More recently, Andrew was the former CEO of the ACT & Region Chamber of Commerce and Industry and a former chief of staff and senior adviser in the Howard Government. He holds an undergraduate degree in government and postgraduate qualifications in business and international relations. In 2012 he was awarded a Fulbright Professional Scholarship in Australia-US Alliance Studies that he used to conduct research at the University of Texas at Austin into off-grid energy solutions. He is a contributing author to The Long Road: Australia's train, advise and assist missions (UNSW Press, Sydney, 2017); The Ascent to Power, 1996: The Howard Government, Volume I (UNSW Press, Sydney, 2017), Back from the Brink, 1997-2001: The Howard Government, Volume II (UNSW Press, Sydney, 2018); and Trials and Transformations, 2001-2004: The Howard Government, Volume III (UNSW Press, Sydney, 2019). Andrew is currently researching the role and effectiveness of think tanks in the development of public policy through a professional doctorate at UNSW Canberra. Andrew has been admitted as a graduate of the Australian Institute of Company Directors. 

Book Chapters

Blyth A, 2018, 'The first and second Howard ministries', in Frame T (ed.), Back from the Brink, 1997-2001 The Howard Government, Vol II, UNSW Press, pp. 290 - 308

Blyth AC, 2017, 'Entrepreneurship for post conflict reconstruction', in Frame T (ed.), The long road : Australia's train, advise and assist missions, NewSouth Publishing, Sydney, N.S.W., pp. 312 - 325

Blyth AC, 2017, 'Compulsion and liberty in the trial of Albert Langer', in Frame T (ed.), The Ascent to Power, 1996: The Howard Government, Volume 1, UNSW Press, pp. 127 - 138

Journal articles

Blyth AC, 2015, 'Entrepreneurship as a solution to poverty', The Canberra Times, http://www.brisbanetimes.com.au/comment/entrepreneurship-as-a-solution-to-poverty-20150925-gjvac4.html

Blyth AC, 2015, 'Crowdfunding might be portal to energy access', The Canberra Times

Blyth AC, 2015, 'Simplicity in water regulation a worthy goal', The Canberra Times

Blyth AC, 2015, 'Support small business to drive Canberra's economic recovery', The Canberra Times

Blyth AC, 2013, 'Small success needs support', The Canberra Times

Conference Papers

Blyth AC, 2016, 'Post-conflict reconstruction and entrepreneurship', in , The Long Road: the Future of Indigenous Capability Development, UNSW Canberra at the Australian Defence Force Academy, presented at The Long Road: the Future of Indigenous Capability Development, UNSW Canberra at the Australian Defence Force Academy, 04 - 05 May 2016