Greg Marston is Head of School, School of Social Science at UQ. He has conducted research into a range of contemporary issues, including: poverty and debt; refugee resettlement; housing and homelessness; income support; unemployment and employment services; the changing mixed economy of welfare; and the implications of climate change for welfare states in the 21st Century. Professor Marston has led a number of Australian Research Council (ARC) projects and has held visiting appointments at Lund University, Melbourne University and The University of Chicago. Prior to entering academia Greg worked with non-government organisations undertaking social policy and research at the state and national level. He is a member of Basic Income Earth Network and his latest co-edited book (with J. Mays and J. Tomlinson) is, Basic Income in Australia and New Zealand: Perspectives from the Neo-Liberal Frontier (Palgrave Macmillan, 2016).