Sue Richardson AM
Emeritus Professor Sue Richardson
Sue Richardson obtained her degrees from the University of Melbourne and La Trobe University. She has worked at La Trobe, Adelaide and Flinders Universities. At Flinders, she was Director of the National Institute of Labour Studies. She has been on a number of boards and government advisory bodies, including the Industry Commission and the Essential Services Commission of SA. She has been a part-time member of the Fair Work Commission since 2010, sitting on its minimum wage panel. Her areas of research are the labour market, income distribution, wellbeing and poverty. She is a Fellow of the Academy of the Social Sciences in Australia and was President of that Academy and a Member of the Order of Australia.
Subject Area Expertise
Poverty, income distribution, labour markets, skills development and shortages, migration, ageing.