Veritas propter investigationem [Truth through research]

Tim Hazeldine

B.A. and M.A. (Economics), Canterbury University, 1968 and 1969; M.A. (Otago), 1972; Ph.D. (Warwick), 1978; Professor of Economics, University of Auckland.

Relevant work experience
1969-1972 Assistant Lecturer Department of Economics, Otago University.

1973-1974 Lecturer, Department of Economics, University of Warwick, England.

1974-1975 Lecturer, Balliol College, Oxford University, England.

1975-1977 Economist, Research Division, Economics Branch, Agriculture Canada, Ottawa.

1977-1983 Research Economist and Economic Consultant, Economic Council of Canada, Ottawa.

1979-1983 Visiting Associate Professor, Adjunct Lecturer Department of Economics, Queen's University.

1983-1992 Professor, Department of Agricultural Economics, University of British Columbia.

1991-1992 Holder of T.D. MacDonald Chair in Industrial Economics, Bureau of Competition Policy, Ottawa.

1992-Present Professor of Economics, University of Auckland.

Relevant recent publications include:

1991 Hazledine, T. "Trade Policy as Competition Policy" in S. Khemani and W. Stanbury (editors), Conference on the Centenary of Competition Law and Policy in Canada, Institute for Research on Public Policy, Toronto 45-60

1992 Hazledine, Tim. "A New Direction for Macroeconomic Policy", in False Promises: The Failure of Conservative Economics, Robert Allen and Gideon Rosenbluth (eds), New Star Books 77-100.

1993 Review of 1993 Economic Survey of New Zealand OECD, Paris, 1993, in New Zealand Economic Papers, 27(2) 261-7.

1996 Gordon, Daniel V. and Tim Hazledine, ‘Modelling Farm-Retail Price Linkages for Eight Agricultural Commodities,’ Agriculture Canada, Policy Branch, Technical Report 1/96, Ottawa pp 37 + Appendices

1996 Hazledine, Tim, 'Employment Functions and the Demand for Labour in the Short Term' (reprint), in Manfred M. Fischer (editor), Regional, Housing and Labour Markets, in Modern Classics in Regional Science Series, Edward Elgar, 333-65.

1997 Hazledine, Tim, ‘Modern Competition Policy — Why and How’, in Frank Flatters and David Gillen (eds), Competition and Regulation: Implications of Globalization for Malaysia and Thailand, Malaysian Institute of Economic Research, Queen’s University, Thailand Development Research Institute, 53-74.

1997 Grafton, R Quentin, Tim Hazledine and Bruce Buchardt, ‘The New Zealand Economic Revolution: Lessons for Canada?’ Canadian Business Economics, Volume 6, Number 1, October-December, pp 3-19.

1998 Hazledine, Tim, ‘Rationalism Rebuffed? Lessons from Modern Canadian and New Zealand Competition Policy, The Review of Industrial Organisation, 13., 243-64.

1998 Hazledine, Tim, Taking New Zealand Seriously: The Economics of Decency, Auckland, HarperCollins, pp237

1999 Hazledine, Tim, ‘Taking the Wrong Turn: The Failure of New Zealand’s Economic Revolution’, History Now 5 (2), October, 24-27.

2000 Hazledine, Tim, ‘Rapporteur’s Report’, Chapter 14 in Martin Richardson (editor), Globalisation and International Trade Liberalisation: Continuity and Change, Cheltenham, Edward Elgar, pp 189-201.

2000 Review of Understanding Ireland’s Economic Growth, Frank Barry (editor), New Zealand Economic Papers 34(1), June, 152-155

2001 Hazledine, Tim, ‘Transaction Efficiency in New Zealand and Australia, 1961-96', in Harry Bloch and Peter Kenyon, editors, Creating An Internationally Competitive Economy, London, Palgrave, pp 250-270.

2001 Hazledine, Tim, ‘Measuring the New Zealand Transaction Sector, 1956-98, with an Australian Comparison’, New Zealand Economic Papers 35(1), June, 77-100

2002 Hazledine, Tim , ‘The Economic Relationship’, Chapter Seven in New Zealand-Australia Relations: Moving Together or Drifting Apart?, Bob Catley (ed), Wellington, Dark Horse Publishing

2003 Hazledine, Tim, ‘Oligopoly and Rent-Seeking: Cowling & Mueller revisited’, Chapter 8 in Michael Waterson (editor), Competition, Monopoly and Corporate Governance: Essays in Honour of Keith Cowling, Cheltenham UK, Edward Elgar, pp139-158

2004 Hazledine, Tim and Sara Lipanovic, ‘Australia-New Zealand Border Effects and Trans-Tasman Integration’, Chapter 9 in Jacques Poot (editor), On the Edge of the Global Economy: Implications of economic geography for small and medium-size economies at peripheral locations, Cheltenham UK, Edward Elgar, pp 100-118

2006 Hazledine, Tim and John Quiggin, ‘No More Free Beer Tomorrow? Economic policy and outcomes in Australia and New Zealand 1984-2003’ Australian Journal of Political Science, special issue: ‘Globalising the Antipodes? Policy and Politics in Australia and New Zealand’, F.G. Castles, J. Curtin and J. Vowles (eds), 41(2), June, pp145-160.