Dr Brian Brogan was born in Melbourne in 1934 and completed a Melbourne University Honours degree in Commerce before joining the Economics Department of Monash University where he was a lecturer and senior lecturer until he took leave to come to Canberra. He worked for the then Prime Minister Gough Whitlam’s staff where he was senior economic advisor. Brogan was then appointed to the Chair in Economics at the University of Papua New Guinea and Dean of the Faculty. He returned to Canberra in 1987 and became Director of the Asia Program at the Australian National University’s National Centre for Development Studies and became Founding Director of the Graduate Studies in Development Administration. He was a Visiting Fellow at the then National Graduate School of Management from 1994 and ANU College of Business and Economics. Dr Brogan died on 2 March 2008.
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Final report of the Commission of Inquiry into a suitable form of government for the National Capital District
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