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    Curriculum Vitae: John Bradford BRAITHWAITE

    Website: www.anu.edu.au/fellows/jbraithwaite

    Many publications on this CV can be found at www.anu.edu.au/fellows/jbraithwaite and

    some are also available on SSRN: http://ssrn.com/author=332001

    (updated February 2015)

    Born Ipswich, Australia 1951, Married to Valerie Braithwaite 1972, father to Ben (1982) and

    Sari Braithwaite (1985).

    Academic Qualifications

    1972 B.A. with a major in Psychology and IIA honours in Anthropology and

    Sociology at the University of Queensland.

    1977 Ph.D. in Sociology, University of Queensland.

    Present Appointment

    2002- Distinguished Professor, The Australian National University

    Previous Appointments

    2007-2011 Second Australian Research Council Federation Fellowship, College of Asia and the

    Pacific, The Australian National University

    2001-2006 Australian Research Council Federation Fellowship, Research School of Social

    Sciences, The Australian National University

    2001 Meyer Visiting Research Professor, New York University Law School

    1988-1994 Visiting Fellow, American Bar Foundation.

    1984-1988 Senior Research Fellow in Sociology, Research School of Social Sciences,

    The Australian National University.

    1982-1984 Director, Australian Federation of Consumer Organizations.

    1978-1982 Criminologist, Australian Institute of Criminology.

    1979 Fulbright Postdoctoral Fellow and Visiting Lecturer, Program in Social

    Ecology, University of California, Irvine, and UN Centre on Transnational

    Corporations.

    1977-1978 Lecturer, Department of Anthropology and Sociology, University of

    Queensland.

    1977 Senior Teaching Fellow, School of Humanities, Griffith University.

    1976 Teaching Fellow, School of Humanities, Griffith University.

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    1975 Part-time Tutor and Lecturer in social science methodology, School of

    Humanities, Griffith University.

    Awards

    2014 Radzinowicz Prize shared with Dr Ali Wardak for best article in British

    Journal of Criminology, 2013

    2012 Future Justice Prize, Australia

    2012 Inaugural Winner, Australian and New Zealand Society of Criminology

    Distinguished Criminologist Award

    2012 Life member, Australian Labour Party

    2012 Fellow, Australian Risk Policy Institute

    2009 Postgraduate and Research Students Association and ANU Dean of Students

    Top Supervisor Award

    2008 Honourary Doctorate, KU Leuven, Belgium

    2006 Stockholm Prize in Criminology

    2006 Installed as a Chief of the Naboin Clan, Selau, Bougainville, PNG (clan

    name given – John Kiwa).

    2006 Australian Research Council, Federation Fellowship (second award).

    2005 Prix Emile Durkheim, International Society of Criminology, for lifetime

    contributions to criminology.

    2005 Allen Austin Bartholomew Prize for the best article published in the

    Australian and New Zealand Journal of Criminology in 2003-2004 (with P.

    Drahos).

    2005 Fellow, Australian Compliance Institute

    2004 Grawemeyer Award ($US200,000) for Ideas Improving World Order (for

    Global Business Regulation with P Drahos).

    2004 Annual Braithwaite Prize for the best honours student in criminology

    inaugurated by University of Queeensland.

    2004 Kalven Prize, Law and Society Association (first non-American to win

    highest honour of this association).

    2004 Sutherland Prize for research contributing to American Criminology,

    American Society of Criminology (second non-American winner).

    2003 The Australian Sociological Association Award for One of the 10 Most

    Influential Books in the History of Australian Sociology, for Crime, Shame

    and Reintegration. (Based on a vote of the TASA membership).

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    2002 Fellow of the World Innovation Foundation.

    2002 Honorable Mention (second place), Herbert Jacob Book Prize, Law and

    Society Association (US) (for Global Business Regulation, with P. Drahos).

    2002 American Sociological Association, Sociology of Law book prize (for

    Global Business Regulation, with P. Drahos).

    2001 Australian Research Council, Federation Fellowship.

    2000 Hart Socio-Legal Book Prize (for Global Business Regulation, with P.

    Drahos).

    1998 Fellow of the American Society of Criminology.

    1997 Wallace Lecture and Medal, World Congress of Gerontology, Adelaide.

    1994 Fellow of the Australian Institute of Company Directors.

    1992 Announced Finalist, American Sociological Association Distinguished

    Publication Award for Crime, Shame and Reintegration.

    1992 Sellin-Glueck Award of the American Society of Criminology for lifetime

    scholarly contributions to the discipline of criminology by a non-North

    American criminologist.

    1991 Michael J. Hindelang Award of the American Society of Criminology for

    the most outstanding contribution to criminology in the previous three years

    (for Crime, Shame and Reintegration).

    1991 New South Wales Police Service, Award for Service to Police Education.

    1990 Outstanding Scholarship Award of the Society for the Study of Social

    Problems (U.S.) for Crime, Shame and Reintegration.

    1989-1994 Fellow of the Academy of Social Sciences in Australia.

    1988 Donald R. Cressey Award of Society of Certified Fraud Examiners for

    contributions to white-collar crime education and prevention and naming of

    a Braithwaite building in 1991 at the Society’s Headquarters in Austin,

    Texas.

    1986 Fellow, Institute for Financial Crime Prevention (US).

    1966 & 1968 W.P. Colborne Bursary for a son or daughter of a member of the Printing

    Industries Employees Union (Qld).

    Administration

    Community Organizations

    2009- present Patron, Asia-Pacific Forum for Restorative Justice

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    2009- 2012 International Advisor, One World Trust.

    2009-2011 Advisory Board, Health Action International

    2008-present Honorary Advisor, Hawaii Friends of Civic and Law Related Education

    2006-2012 A Principal, John Woolman College of Equity, Restorative Justice,

    Peacemaking and Conflict Transformation

    2005-present Member, International Academic Council, Barcelona Institute for

    International Studies

    2005-present Global Advisory Board, Human Dignity and Humiliation Studies.

    2002-2005 Reputex Committee Member, Good Reputation Index of Top 100 Australian

    Corporations.

    1999-present International Institute for Restorative Practices Advisory Council and

    Honorary Trustee to the Board.

    2000-present Director, Foundation for Effective Markets and Governance.

    2000-2012 Member, NGO Alliance, Working Party on Restorative Justice.

    1995-1999 President, Rupert Public Interest Movement.

    1993-1998 Member, Fair Trade Forum.

    1993-1994 Treasurer, Rupert Public Interest Movement.

    1983-86, 91-99 Council Member, Australian Consumers’ Association.

    1986-1987 Chair, Social Policy Committee, Alcohol and Drug Foundation, Australia.

    1985 Chair, Australian Federation of Consumer Organizations.

    1983-1986 Executive Member, Rupert Public Interest Movement.

    1982-1984 Executive Director, Australian Federation of Consumer Organizations.

    1968-present Active in a variety of environmental, human rights, health care, child care,

    aged care, arts and development groups and the labour movement.

    Government Organizations

    1985-present Consultancies since 1985 with the Singapore Juvenile Court, the

    Organization for Economic Cooperation and Development, the

    Commonwealth Department of Community Services and Health, the

    Commonwealth Attorney-General’s Department, the Commonwealth

    Department of Finance and Administration, the Commonwealth Department

    of Workplace Relations and Small Business, the Australian Taxation Office,

    the National Occupational Health and Safety Commission, the National

    Road Transport Commission, the Victorian Department of Labour, the

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    Australian Law Reform Commission, the Committee for the Economic

    Development of Australia, the Hudson Institute, the Australian Federal

    Police, the New South Wales Police, the South Australian and NSW

    Attorney General's Departments, the Open Society Institute, Workcover

    (NSW), United Nations Office for Drug Control and Crime Prevention,

    United Nations Asian and Far East Institute, Family Court of Australia,

    Department of Education and Workplace Relations. Since 1990, approaches

    for paid consultancies have been eschewed in favour of regularly sitting

    down with government leaders for a cup of tea often followed by a formal

    presentation and Q&A, or a half day workshop (without charge).

    2005-2008 Panel Member, Better Practice in Aged and Awards, The Aged Care

    Standards and Accreditation Agency

    2002-2012 International Board of Assessors, Intellectual Property Research Institute of

    Austral