Rick Krever joined the department in 2005 as Professor and Director of the Taxation Law and Policy Research Institute, teaching, researching, publishing and supervising in the area of taxation law.
He has been closely involved in modern Australian tax reform initiatives, include roles as a member of the Commonwealth Government's Taxation Law Improvement Project Consultative Committee and Review of Business Taxation (Ralph Review).
He has been a professor-in-residence at both the Australian Taxation Office and the Australian Treasury.
Internationally, Professor Rick Krever has served as a member of the Permanent Scientific Committee of the International Fiscal Association and is currently an International Fellow of the Centre for Business Taxation at Oxford University.
He has provided assistance under the auspices of the World Bank, International Monetary Fund, Asian Development Bank, and other international organisations to finance ministries and tax offices in a wide range of countries including Vietnam, Latvia, New Zealand, China, South Africa, Sierra Leone, Yeman, Mongolia, Tonga, East Timor, Kosovo, Antigua and Barbuda, Solomon Islands, Philippines and Argentina.
He has been seconded to the International Monetary Fund three times.
Prior to joining the Department of Business Law and Taxation, Professor Krever held a chair at Deakin University.
Professor Krever has been a visiting professor at a wide range of academic institutions including Harvard Law School, Erasmus University (Rotterdam), Osgoode Hall Law School (Toronto), San Jose State University, and the Vienna University of Economics and Business Administration.