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Barry Naughten: CV and publications

 

Personal

05-Sept.-1943 (Melbourne); Australian citizen

Academic

PhD (ANU, 2011), MAIR (hons., ANU, 2004), MEc (ANU, 1987), BSc (physics, MelbourneUniv., 1965)

Contact and present affiliation

Contacts: barry.naughten@anu.edu.au  gnaught@netspeed.com.au +61 (0)2 6286 3435

Since 2004: Centre for Arab and Islamic Studies (CAIS), Australian National University (ANU), Canberra 0200; current status: Departmental Visitor.

[head of Centre: Prof. Amin Saikal; http://arts.anu.edu.au/cais/ ]

CV and occupational history prior to 2003

Senior Economist, 1994-2003, ABARE (Australian Bureau of Agricultural and Resource Economics), Canberra http://www.abareconomics.com/index.html

Senior Project Officer, ABARE 1987-1994; Department of National Resources and Energy, 1978-87; Departments of Urban and Regional Development and later, Environment, Housing and Community Development, 1973-78

Senior Research Officer, Commonwealth Treasury, 1971-73

Research Officer, Department of National Development 1969-71

Administrative Trainee, Commonwealth Public Service Board, 1968

Secondary School Teacher (Science and Mathematics) Victorian Education Department (1966-68)

Laboratory Assistant, Sugar chemistry, CSIRO (1961-62)

Papers, publications, theses and selected on-line comments

Theses and subtheses

Naughten, B., 2011, U.S. foreign energy policy and grand strategy choice: the challenge of global and regional systemic crises, Centre of Arab and Islamic Studies, ANU, Canberra, PhD thesis approved by external examiners, June 30.

Naughten, B., 2003, American empire: a critical, agent-centred approach, December; Sub-thesis submitted as part of course requirements for Master of Arts in International Relations (MAIR), Department of International Relations, Research School of Pacific and Asian Studies, AustralianNationalUniversity; degree with honours awarded, 2004.

Authored articles in peer-reviewed journals

Naughten, B., 2011, ‘Review article: Policy on Catastrophic Climate Change’, Journal of Australian Political Economy, June, issue 67., pp. 121-53. http://www.jape.org/component/option,com_remository/Itemid,26/func,startdown/id,171/

Naughten, B., 2010, ‘US foreign energy policy and grand strategy choice: global systemic crises confronting the Obama Administration’, Int. J. Global Energy Issues, Special Issue: Energy Security in the 21st century (ed. Dr Lynne Chester). Vol. 33, Nos. 1/2, pp. 89–119.

Naughten, B., 2009, ‘The Climate Change Case for US-Iranian Engagement’, pp. 67-72, in Viewpoints Special Edition, The 1979 “Oil Shock:” Legacy, Lessons, and Lasting Reverberations, The Middle East Institute, Washington, DC. http://mei.edu/Portals/0/Publications/Oil%20Shock%201979_Final.pdf

Naughten, B., 2008, ‘Asia’s rising energy interdependence: security and environmental challenges for the US’, Int. J. Global Energy Issues, Vol. 29, No. 4, pp. 400-433.

Naughten, B., 2003, ‘Economic assessment of combined cycle gas turbines in Australia: some effects of micro-economic reform and technological change’, Energy Policy, vol. 31, no. 3, February, pp. 225-45.

Jones, B.P., Peng Z–Y. and Naughten, B., 1994, ‘Reducing Australian energy sector greenhouse gas emissions’[1] Energy Policy, vol. 22, no. 4, April, pp. 270-86.

Naughten, B., 1993, ‘Climate change, Australian impacts and economic analysis’, Climatic Change  vol. 25, no. 3, pp. 255–270.

Naughten, B., Bowen, B. and Beck, A. 1993, ‘Energy market failure in urban road transport: Is there scope for ‘no regrets’ greenhouse gas reduction?’, Climatic Change, vol. 25, no. 3, pp. 271–288.

Hogan, L. and Naughten, B., 1990, ‘Some general equilibrium effects of declining crude oil production in Australia’[2], Energy Economics, vol. 12, no. 4, October, pp. 242-50.

Contributions to edited volumes

Naughten, B., 2009, ‘The Climate Change Case for US-Iranian Engagement’, pp. 67-72, in Viewpoints Special Edition, The 1979 “Oil Shock:” Legacy, Lessons, and Lasting Reverberations, The Middle East Institute, Washington, DC. http://mei.edu/Portals/0/Publications/Oil%20Shock%201979_Final.pdf

Naughten, B., 2007, ‘The impact of the new Asia-Pacific energy competition on Russia and the Central Asian States’, chapter 8, pp. 128-158 in Wesley, M., (ed.), Energy Security in Asia, Routledge.
http://bookshop.blackwell.co.uk/jsp/welcome.jsp?source=rss&isbn=0415410061#Full%20description

Harris, S. andNaughten, B., 2007, ‘Economic dimensions of energy security in the Asia-Pacific’, chapter 10, pp. 174-194 in Wesley, M., (ed.), Energy Security in Asia, Routledge.

Goldstein, G., DeLaquil, P., Naughten, B., Chen, W., Sato, O., and Lee, J., 2002., Including New and Renewable Energy Technologies into Economy-Level Energy Models, APEC#202-RE-01.11, ISBN 0-9726293-0-0, November.

Naughten, B., Melanie, J. and Dlugosz, J. 1996, ‘Supports’ to the electricity sector in Australia Consultancy Report by ABARE to OECD Environment Directorate, January; chapter in Reforming energy and transport subsidies: Environmental and Economic Implications Report to OECD Directorate, 1997 OECD, Paris

Naughten, B., Melanie, J. and Dlugosz, J. 1996, Modelling ‘Supports’ to the electricity sector ABARE Conference Paper 96.27 presented to OECD Environment Directorate Conference ‘Environmental Implications of Energy and Transport Subsidies, Rome, 11–13 September, published as a chapter in Report Environmental effects of ‘supports’ to electricity and transport sectors OECD Environment Directorate, OECD, Paris

Naughten, B., 1995b, Modelling the ‘rebound’ effect and ‘no regrets’ reductions in greenhouse gas emissions using PRDMENSA, ABARE Conference Paper 95.35 presented at the International Symposium on Energy, Environment and Economics, Melbourne University 20–24 November; published in Transactions of the symposium, The University of Melbourne.

Book Reviews in International Journals

Naughten, B., 2012, ‘Review of Stephen Kinzer Reset Middle East — Old friends and new alliances: Saudi Arabia, Israel, Turkey, Iran’, Middle East Journal, Winter (forthcoming).

Naughten, B., 2001, ‘Peter Singer: A Darwinian Left: Politics, Evolution and Cooperation’,Capitalism, Nature, Socialism, March, vol. 12, no. 1, pp. 161-5.

Research Monographs (ABARE)

Holmes, L., and Naughten, B.1993b, Natural Gas—Economics of Natural Gas as a Vehicle Fuel, ABARE Research Report No. 93.13, Commonwealth of Australia, Canberra.

Hinchy, M. D., Naughten, B.R., Donaldson, P. K., Belcher, S. and Ferguson, E. 1991, ‘The issue of domestic energy sector market failure’, ABARE Technical paper 91.5, Commonwealth of Australia, Canberra.

Recent contributions in reverse chronological order

July-December 2012

Naughten, B., 2012, Climate science and policy: the tension between ‘argument’ and ‘debate’, The Conversation, 13 August. https://theconversation.edu.au/climate-science-and-policy-the-tension-between-argument-and-debate-8761

Naughten, B., 2012, Stabilising the Middle East: lessons from the US rapprochement with China, 2012, The Conversation, 7 August. https://theconversation.edu.au/stabilising-the-middle-east-lessons-from-the-us-rapprochement-with-china-8547

January-June 2012

Naughten, B., 2012, ‘Review of Stephen Kinzer’s Reset Middle East — Old friends and new alliances: Saudi Arabia, Israel, Turkey, Iran’, Middle East Journal, Winter (forthcoming).

July-December 2011

Naughten, B., 2011, 2011b, ‘Uncertainty, complex adaptive systems, conflict and inter-disciplinary applications’ paper presented to 10th conference of the Australian Society of Heterodox Economists 5-6 December, The University of New South Wales, Sydney Australia, Conference Proceedings, non-refereed papers,  pp. 113-140.

January-June 2011

Naughten, B., 2011, U.S. foreign energy policy and grand strategy choice: the challenge of global and regional systemic crises, Centre of Arab and Islamic Studies, ANU, Canberra, June 30. PhD thesis approved by external examiners.

Naughten, B., 2011, ‘Review article: Policy on Catastrophic Climate Change’, Journal of Australian Political Economy, June, issue 67. http://www.jape.org/component/option,com_remository/Itemid,26/func,startdown/id,171/

Naughten, B., 2011, Five on-line comments on Mark Aarons’ ‘The Greens and Fundamentalism’, The Monthly, May on-line edition. http://www.themonthly.com.au/greens-and-fundamentalism-comment-mark-aarons-3291

Naughten, B., 2011, letter commenting on John Keane’s review of Hobsbawm’s How to Change the World, , Abridged version published in The Monthly, April hard copy; full version on-line edition. http://www.themonthly.com.au/letters/barry-naughten-0

July-December 2010

Naughten, B., 2010, letter commenting on Peter Conrad’s review of Hugh Lunn’s Words Fail Me, The Monthly, Dec-Jan on-line edition: http://www.themonthly.com.au/letters/barry-naughten

January-June 2010

Naughten, B., 2010, U.S. foreign energy policy and grand strategy choice: the challenge of global and regional systemic crises, PhD thesis submitted from Centre of Arab and Islamic Studies, ANU, Canberra, June 30.

Naughten, B., 2010, ‘US foreign energy policy and grand strategy choice: global systemic crises confronting the Obama Administration’, Int. J. Global Energy Issues, Special Issue: Energy Security in the 21st century (ed. Dr Lynne Chester). Vol. 33, Nos. 1/2, pp. 89–119.

July-December 2009

Naughten, B., 2009, The contentious role of natural gas in averting ‘dangerous’ climate change:response to Saturday Extra’s interview on 22 August with David Knox, CEO, SANTOS. http://www.abc.net.au/rn/saturdayextra/stories/2009/2662896.htm

Naughten, B., 2009, ‘The Climate Change Case for US-Iranian Engagement’, pp. 67-72, in Viewpoints Special Edition, The 1979 “Oil Shock”: Legacy, Lessons, and Lasting Reverberations, The Middle East Institute, Washington, DC. http://mei.edu/Portals/0/Publications/Oil%20Shock%201979_Final.pdf

January-June 2009

Naughten, B., 2009, Population pressures,ON LINE opinion  – Australia’s e-journal of social and political debate. Posted Thursday, 22 January 2009 http://www.onlineopinion.com.au/view.asp?article=8421

Naughten, B., 2009,The Elephant In The Greenhouse, published on newmatilda.com http://newmatilda.com, 14 Jan http://newmatilda.com/2009/01/14/elephant-greenhouse

July-December 2008

Naughten, B., 2008, Robert Kaplan, imperial America and the Obama Cabinet: response to Saturday Extra’s interview on November 1st with Robert Kaplan, 6 November. http://blogs.abc.net.au/saturdayextra/2008/11/barry-naughten.html

Naughten, B., 2008, ‘Asia’s rising energy interdependence: security and environmental challenges for the US’, Int. J. Global Energy Issues, Vol. 29, No. 4, pp. 400-433. http://www.inderscience.com/browse/index.php?journalID=13&year=2008&vol=29&issue=4

January-June 2008

Naughten, B., 2008, Secure gas supplies and reducing China’s CO2 emissions: the US foreign policy stance. Paper presented to Annual Conference of the International Association of Energy Economists (IAEE), Istanbul, Turkey, 18-20 June.

Naughten, B., 2008, Submission to Garnaut Climate Change Review, submitted 24 April, revised 11 May, 38 pp. http://www.garnautreview.org.au/CA25734E0016A131/pages/submissions-general-submissions http://www.garnautreview.org.au/CA25734E0016A131/WebObj/D0849078GeneralSubmission-BarryNaughten(ANU)/$File/D08%2049078%20%20General%20Submission%20-%20Barry%20Naughten%20(ANU).pdf

July-December 2007

Naughten, B., 2007, Petro-Politics: Iraqi Oil—Cock-Up or Conspiracy, New Matilda, posted 27 November. http://www.newmatilda.com/2007/11/27/iraqi-oil-%C3%A2%E2%82%AC%E2%80%9D-cock-or-conspiracy

Naughten, B., 2007, Iran-US policy tensions: implications for Iran’s oil and gas development, seminar presented at CAIS Al-Falasi theatre, Bldg 127, Ellery Crescent, AustralianNationalUniversity, 12 November 11am.

Naughten, B., 2007, ‘Energy security’ and responding to ‘dangerous’ climate change: the case of China and West Asian natural gas, The Diplomat website, posted Nov. 2. http://www.the-diplomat.com/article.aspx?aeid=3717

Naughten, B., 2007, Obfuscating the debate on climate change, The Diplomat website, posted 1 November. http://www.the-diplomat.com/article.aspx?aeid=3714

Naughten, B., 2007, ‘The Howard-Bush Coalition’s Agenda on Climate Change’, Arena Magazine, number 89, June-July, pp. 42-45. http://www.arena.org.au/  http://findarticles.com/p/articles/mi_hb6469/is_89/ai_n29406817/

Naughten, B., 2007, ‘Climate science and ‘de facto denialism’: the ABC Revisits Denialism (1)’, New Matilda, posted 11 July. http://www.newmatilda.com/home/listcategory.asp?CategoryID=-1&curnavig_id=10

Naughten, B., 2007, ‘Climate change as anti-Third World conspiracy? The ABC Revisits Denialism (2)’, New Matilda, posted 11 July. http://nmstaging.jiggi.mooball.net/2007/07/11/abc-revisits-denialism%2C-part-2  http://www.newmatilda.com/home/listcategory.asp?CategoryID=-1&curnavig_id=10

January-June 2007

Naughten, B., 2007, ‘Sabotaging Kyoto: Howard’s real agenda on climate change’, Dissent, 23, Autumn-Winter, pp. 38-39. http://www.dissent.com.au/dissent_23_summary.htm  

Naughten, B., 2007, Environment: The Clean Coal Con Job, New Matilda, 4 April http://www.newmatilda.com/pdf_storage/issue_194.pdf

Naughten, B., 2007, Howard’s Kyoto Sabotage,New Matilda, 21 February, Issue 130. http://www.newmatilda.com/home/listcategory.asp?CategoryID=188

Naughten, B., 2007, ‘The impact of the new Asia-Pacific energy competition on Russia and the Central Asian States’, chapter 8, pp. 128-158 in Wesley, M., (ed.), Energy Security in Asia, Routledge.
http://bookshop.blackwell.co.uk/jsp/welcome.jsp?source=rss&isbn=0415410061#Full%20description

Harris, S. andNaughten, B., 2007, ‘Economic dimensions of energy security in the Asia-Pacific’, chapter 10, pp. 174-194 in Wesley, M., (ed.), Energy Security in Asia, Routledge.

July-December 2006

Naughten, B., 2006, Central Asian oil & gas and energy security, presentation to Symposium on Energy Security, 11 October 2006, http://www.aiia.asn.au/national/Barry_Naughten.pdf  held at the AIIA Conference Centre, Canberra, jointly sponsored by the Australian Institute of International Affairs (AIIA) www.aiia.asn.au/ and the Australian Homeland Security Research Centre.  www.homelandsecurity.org.au/energy

Naughten, B., 2006, Climate change: Howard holds a monkey wrench, New Matilda, 15 September. http://www.newmatilda.com/policytoolkit/policydetail.asp?PolicyID=502 http://cpd.org.au/article/climate-change%3A-howard-holds-monkey-wrench

Naughten, B., 2006, The political economy of transport fuel bills, New Matilda, 18 August. http://www.newmatilda.com/policytoolkit/policydetail.asp?PolicyID=476&CategoryID=16   http://cpd.org.au/article/political-economy-transport-fuel-bills

January-June 2006

Naughten, B., 2006, Global energy security and dysfunctionality in United States oil policy, paper presented to Annual Conference of the International Association of Energy Economists (IAEE), Potsdam, Germany, 7-10 June.

Naughten, B., 2006, ‘Ecological energy security in an Adversarial Society: Australian Government Policy and Global Warming’, ISAA Review, Proceedings of Annual Conference on The Adversarial Society, 13-14 October 2005, pp. 129-144. http://isaa.org.au/wp-content/uploads/2007/04/naughten.pdf  http://isaa.org.au/?page_id=30   http://www.safecom.org.au/inconvenient.htm

July –December 2005

Naughten, B., 2005, Lecture and Q&A: ‘Background to political economy of oil markets to 2025’, contribution to ‘Day 3: Energy and Security; Week 14: The Middle East’, 27 July 2005, Centre for Defence and Strategic Studies (CDSS), Weston, ACT; a component of Defence and Strategic Studies Course, entitled ‘Understanding the Strategic Environment’, managed by Deakin University.

Naughten, B., 2005, Asia-Pacific oil and gas competition: impact on Russia and Central Asia, paper presented to Workshop, Energy Security in the Asia Pacific Region hosted by the Griffith Asia Institute and the Asia Pacific Futures Network; Stamford Plaza Hotel, Brisbane, 31 August and 2 September; final version to be published in book edited by Michael Wesley.

Harris, S. and Naughten, B., 2005, Economic Dimensions of Energy Security in the Asia-Pacific, paper presented to Workshop, Energy Security in the Asia Pacific Region hosted by the Griffith Asia Institute and the Asia Pacific Futures Network; Stamford Plaza Hotel, Brisbane, 31 August and 2 September; final version to be published in book edited by Michael Wesley.

Naughten, B., 2005, Can we withdraw from Iraq? The Australia Institute Newsletter, December, issue 45.  http://www.tai.org.au/Newsletter_Files/Newsletters/NL45a.pdf

Naughten, B., 2004, ‘Increasing long-term oil dependence: implications for global energy security and United States’ policies’, CAIS Bulletin, ANU Sept.

Selected other publications available on the net

Naughten, B., 2001, Viability of sugar cane based fuel ethanol, ABARE report
to AFFA, October, ABARE, (Australian Bureau of Agricultural Economics, Canberra. www.abareconomics.com   http://www.affa.gov.au/corporate_docs/publications/pdf/greenhouse/fuelethanol.pdf

Naughten, B., 2002, Some MARKAL capabilities in Australian energy policy analysis & modeling the mandated target for renewable electricity in Australian MARKAL, May. http://abareonlineshop.com/product.asp?prodid=12388

Naughten, B., 2001, Meeting The Mandated Renewable Electricity Target. Some results from ‘least cost’ modeling, Paper presented at Annual Conference of Australian Agricultural and Resource Economics Society (AARES), January, Adelaide.

Media

Naughten, B. (with Ian Lowe), 2009, Discussion on Australian policy with respect to climate change and population, Bush Telegraph, ABC Radio National; interviewer Michael Cathcart, January 28. http://www.abc.net.au/rural/telegraph/content/2006/s2476198.htm

Naughten, B., 2008, Robert Kaplan, imperial America and the Obama Cabinet: response to Saturday Extra’s interview on November 1st with Robert Kaplan, 6 November. http://blogs.abc.net.au/saturdayextra/2008/11/barry-naughten.html

Other authored publications:

International organisations and conference proceedings etc. [7]

ABARE OUTLOOK conference papers [8]

Other conference papers, publications and presentations [12]

ABARE Consultancy reports [10+] 1989-2002.

Private Consultancy Reports [3] 2004-05.

Consultancies, training activities and contract lectures

Immediate client Project Ultimate Funding source
Centre for Defence and Strategic Studies   (CDSS) Australia Lectures on global oil markets and energy   security, 2004, 2005 CDSS via   DeakinUniversity
ABARE (Australian Bureau of Agricultural   and Resource Economics) Independent review of reports Energy   Policy Systems Analysis Project (ASEAN), 2004-2005 Australian foreign aid agency (AusAID) via SMEC/IES via ABARE
ASEAN Centre of Energy (ACE), Jakarta Training in computerized energy system   modelling (MARKAL), 2000-01 AusAID
PDOE (Philippines) as above, 1999-2000 USAID via ….
Hong Kong Dept of   Energy as above, 1997-98 Hong Kong Dept of   Energy
BPPT (Indonesia) as above, 1997-98 AusAID
TERI (India),   BIDS (Bangladesh), PDOE (Philippines) as above, 1996-97 Asian Development Bank (ALGAS Project)

Dr Barry Naughten

Departmental Visitor

Centre for Arab and Islamic Studies (CAIS)

Australian National University (ANU)

6286 3435

barry.naughten@anu.edu.au

gnaught@netspeed.com.au


[1] Cited in:

IPCC 1995, Climate Change 2995: Economic and Social Dimensions of Climate Change, Contribution of Working Group III to the Second Assessment Report of the International Pane on Climate Change, CambridgeUniversity Press.

Diesendorf, M. 1998, Australian economic models of greenhouse abatement, Environmental Science & Policy, Volume 1, Issue 1, March, Pages 1-12.

Diesendorf, M., 1996,How can a ‘competitive’ market for electricity be made compatible with the reduction of greenhouse gas emissions?, Ecological Economics, Volume 17, Issue 1, April Pages 33-48

[2] Cited in:

Alan Powell and Richard Snape, 1993, ‘The contribution of applied general equilibrium analysis to policy reform in Australia’ Journal of Policy Modelling vol. 15, no. 4, pp. 393–414 as exemplifying the ORANI model’s application to supply shocks on the Australian economy.

Bhattacharyya, S. 1996, ‘Applied general equilibrium models for energy studies: a survey’ Energy Economics, vol. 18, pp. 145–64.

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