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Professor Christopher Findlay
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From June 2011 I took up the position of Executive Dean of the Faculty of the Professions at the University of Adelaide. Prior to that I was Head of the School of Economics in the Faculty (since November 2005) and before then Professor of Economics in the Asia Pacific School of Economics and Government at the Australian National University.
Current CV can be downloaded below.
QualificationsI have a PhD and MEc from the ANU and an Honours degree in Economics from the University of Adelaide.
Research InterestsAustralia's economic relations with Asia are the theme of his research. A special interest is the reform and industrialisation of the Chinese economy. Professor Findlay has been especially involved in research on the textiles, steel and air transport industries in East Asia and on the implications of developments in those industries for Australia.
Professor Findlay was a principal researcher in a major research program on impediments to services trade and investment. In the first three years of the program, innovative methods were established to assess and measure the impact of the impediments. The methodology provided estimates of tariff equivalents of barriers to forms of services sector transactions and led to the incorporation of those estimates into general equilibrium models. A book on this work was published in 2000. The second three years of this program, funded like the first by the ARC, focussed on the impact of domestic regulation on services trade and investment and has led to two new collections of papers published in 2002 and 2003.
David Round and Christopher Findlay "Competition Policy in International Airline Markets: An Agenda and a Proposed Solution", revised version of a paper presented to the 17th International ECMT/OCED Symposium on Transport Economics and Policy 'Benefiting from Globalisation: Transport Sector Contribution and Policy Challenges', held in Berlin in October 2006.
Christopher Findlay and David Round 'The three pillars of stagnation: challenges for air transport reform', World Trade Review, 2006, 5(2), 251-270.
Christopher Findlay, 'The widening agenda of cooperation for Regional Economic Integration', ch. 25 in Hadi Soeasastro and Clara Joewono (eds), The Inclusive Regionalist: A Festchrift dedicated to Jusuf Wanandi, CSIS, Jakarta, 2007.
Christopher Findlay, Mari Pangestu and Roy Chun Lee, Service sector reform options: the experience of China, in Ross Garnaut and Ligang Song (eds), China: Linking Markets for Growth, Asia Pacific Press, The Australian National University, 2007.
Christopher Findlay, David Parsons and Herb Plunkett, An Assessment of ASEAN's priority sectors for integration, ch. 6 in Denis Hew (ed), Brick by Brick: the Building of an ASEAN Economic Community, ISEAS Singapore, 2007.
Dariel de Sousa and Christopher Findlay, Relationship between Liberalisation in the Logistics Sector and Trade Facilitation, in Trade Facilitation Beyond the Multilateral Trade Negotiations: Regional Practices, Customs Valuation and Other Emerging Issues, A Study by the Asia-Pacific Research and Training Network, UNDP ESCAP 2007.
Philippa Dee and Christopher Findlay, 'Trade in Infrastructure Services: A Conceptual Framework' , Chapter 8 in A Handbook of International Trade in Services, edited by Aaditya Mattoo, Robert M. Stern, and Gianni Zanini, Oxford University Press, 2008.
Christopher Findlay, 'Transport Services', Chapter 9 in A Handbook of International Trade in Services, edited by Aaditya Mattoo, Robert M. Stern, and Gianni Zanini, Oxford University Press, 2008
Chunlai Chen, Jun Yang and Christopher Findlay, Measuring the effects of food safety standards on China's Agricultural Exports, Review of World Economics, 144 (1), 2008
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