The CIES draws on associates in South Australia as well as interstate and abroad. Researchers currently working in international economics at the Adelaide University are:
Professor Kym Anderson (PhD Stanford, FASSA)
Foundation Director of CIES -- economics and political economy of distortionary policies, GATT/WTO, regionalism, agricultural development, economies in transition, trade and environment. email: email@example.com
Tatyana Chesnokova (PhD. Pennsylvania State University)
Senior Lecturer -- International Trade, development economics.
Professor Christopher Findlay (PhD ANU)
Executive Dean of the Faculty of the Professions, University of Adelaide. Australia's economic relations with Asia. Reform and industrialisation of the Chinese economy. Services research with particular emphasis on textiles, steel and air transport industries in East Asia and on the implications of developments in those industries for Australia. email: firstname.lastname@example.org
Associate Professor Mandar Oak (PhD. Cornell)
Head of School of Economics. Public Economics, political economy, applied microeconomics.
Adjunct Professor Vaclav Klaus
Developing and transition economies, economics of the enlargement of the European Union. (President of the Czech Republic, formerly Governor of the World Bank and Head of the Department of Macroeconomic Policy in the Institute of Forecasting at the Czechoslovak Academy of Sciences).
Adjunct Professor Keith Maskus (PhD Michigan, Ann Arbor)
Trade policy, trade policy reform in developing countries, international technology transfer and intellectual property rights. (Professor of Economics, University of Colorado, Boulder.)
Adjunct Professor Mike Moore
Trade policy, trade liberalization.(Director General, World Trade Organization, former Prime Minister of New Zealand and leading figure in launching Uruguay Round of GATT negotiations.)
Adjunct Professor Bob Nobay (PhD Southampton)
International finance, open economy macroeconomics, exchange rate modelling, asset pricing, trade policy, resource economics.
Professor Richard Pomfret (PhD Simon Fraser)
International trade policy, economic development, foreign investment, discriminatory trading arrangements, economies in transition.
Adjunct Professor Andrew Stoler (MBA George Washington),
Executive Director, Institute of International Business, Economics and Law, University of Adelaide
International trade policy, WTO issues.
Pataporn Sukontamarn (PhD London)
Non-governmental organizations and non-formal primary education, micro-credit and fertility decisions, religious organizations and religious schools, women's empowerment.
Eran Binenbaum (PhD. Berkeley)
Lecturer - interface of economics of innovation and industrial organisation, methodology of IO, research policy, R&D networks, information flows, and intellectual property.
In addition to staff on the ground in Adelaide, the CIES has collaborated with numerous researchers and lecturers on a wide range of activities over the past decade. As a way of recognising those that continue to have an interest in such activities, we have introduced two new categories known as CIES Affiliates and CIES Senior Affiliates (the latter for Professors or equivalent). The first ones appointed are:
CIES Senior Affiliates
David Greenaway (University of Nottingham)
Peter Lloyd (University of Melbourne)
Philip Pardey (University of Minnesota)
L. Alan Winters (University of Sussex)
Malcolm Bosworth (Australian National University in Canberra)
Jane Drake-Brockman (Australian National University in Canberra)
Walter Goode (Department of Foreign Affairs and Trade at the Australian Embassy in Tokyo)
Chantal Nielsen (Danish Research Institute of Food Economics and the University of Copenhagen)
Ramkishen Rajan(School of Public Policy of the National University of Singapore)
Peter Robinson (Zimconsult, Zimbabwe)
Randy Stringer (University of Adelaide)
Anna Strutt (Univerity of Waikato in Hamilton, New Zealand)
Brett Williams (Law School of the University of Sydney)
Ernesto Valenzuela (Monash University, former CIES Executive Director 2009-2011)
Glyn Wittwer (Monash University, Melbourne).