Ben O'Neill is a lecturer in statistics at the University of New South Wales in Canberra, Australia, and an Adjunct Scholar at the Ludwig von Mises Institute. He has formerly practiced as a lawyer and as a political adviser in Canberra.
Cade Share holds a Bachelor of Business and a Masters of International Politics from the University of South Australia. His research interests include anarcho-capitalism and spontaneous order, objectivist ethics, praxeology, state sponsored terrorism, the Hegelian dialect and revisionist history.
Alex Robson is a lecturer in economics at Griffith University, Australia.
John Engle studied Economics and Philosophy at Trinity College, Dublin. He has contributed to a number of political and economic publications, including Mises Daily and the Trinity College Social and Political Review.
Chris Leithner runs a private investment company. Combining Austrian economics with value-investing principles, he authored The Intelligent Australian Investor in 2005. His most recent book is The Evil Princes of Martin Place: The Reserve Bank of Australia, the Global Financial Crisis and the Threat to Australians' Liberty and Prosperity (2011).
Steve Kates is a lecturer in economics at RMIT University in Melbourne, Australia.
Mark Hornshaw is a lecturer in Business and Economics at the University of Notre Dame Australia. He received his MBA from the Sydney Graduate School of Management.
Luke McGrath graduated from Curtin University in Perth, Western Australia, with a Bachelor of Commerce (Economics) and a Bachelor of Social Science (Politics and International Relations). He is a scholar of the Mannkal Economic Education Foundation.
Sukrit Sabhlok graduated with a Bachelor of Arts (Honours) and a Bachelor of Laws from the University of Melbourne. He is completing a Masters at Monash University.
Marc Lerner is a finance student at the University of Sydney, who originally became interested in libertarianism after discovering the novels of Ayn Rand, and has since then maintained a keen interest in Austrian economics, libertarian political philosophy and the application of both to current events.