Dr. Evan Jones BCom Melb. MA Mich. State. PhD Mich. State
Dr Evan Jones joined the Economics Faculty in 1973 and taught in the Political Economy program until 2005. Past publications have been oriented to the political economy of industry and economic policy, Australian economic development, and the methodology and sociology of the economics discipline.
Address:- H04 - Merewether
The University of Sydney
NSW 2006 Australia
Human Sacrifices to Neoliberalism
On 25 November Lawrence Tomlinson issued a report exposing yet another spectacular case of bank bastardry in the UK. Tomlinson had been commissioned by the British Business Minister, Vince Cable, to examine any difficulties that small business faced in escaping the debilitating aftermath of the GFC, especially in the arena of credit availability. Writes Dr Evan Jones.
Dr Evan Jones 3 December 2013
On 25 November a man called Lawrence Tomlinson issued a report in the UK called Banks’ Lending Practices: Treatment of Businesses in distress. The report, a mere 20 pages, immediately became the subject of significant media commentary. Writes Dr Evan Jones.
Dr Evan Jones 26 October 2013
The document below was written to provide a backdrop to the revelation that the CBA had engaged in a mass default of BankWest customers soon after it acquired BankWest in December 2008.
Dr Evan Jones 17 October 2013
In January 2013 I wrote an article on the NAB foreclosure of the Priestleys’ farms, near Walgett NSW (‘Business as usual at the NAB and grab.’). The article began with: ‘The National Australia Bank is a corrupt organisation. It also runs a bank on the side.’ Reports Dr Evan Jones.
Dr Evan Jones 23 July 2013
The document below was submitted to the Senate Standing Committee on Legal and Constitutional Affairs for its 2009 Inquiry into Australia’s judicial system.
Evan Jones Online Opinion Thursday, 18 July 2013
Rory O'Brien is one of hundreds of BankWest small business customers (mostly developers or hoteliers) foreclosed after the Commonwealth Bank of Australia bought BankWest from the failing HBOS in December 2008.