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Warwick McKibbin

Professor and Director, ANU Centre for Applied Macroeconomic Analysis (CAMA) in the Crawford School of Public Policy at the Australian National University (ANU)

Qualifications

PhD in Economics (Harvard University) AM in Economics (Harvard University) BCommerce ,hons class 1 in Economics and Econometrics, and University Medal (UNSW)

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-Liu W. and W. McKibbin (2019) “Global demographic changes and international capital flows” in D. Bloom (2019) “Live Long and Prosper? The Economics of Ageing Populations” A VoxEU.org eBook. pp 61-68. -Lee J.W, and W.J. McKibbin (2019) “”Korean Unification: Economic Adjustments Under German Assumptions” Asian Economic Policy Review 14, pp 1-20. -McKibbin W.J. and A. Panton (2018) “25 Years of Inflation Targeting in Australia: Are There Better Alternatives for the next 25 Years”, in Simon, J. and M Sutton (2018)(ed) “Central Bank Frameworks: Evolution or Revolution?” Reserve Bank of Australia Conference Volume. pp 173-198 -Lee, J.W., McKibbin W.J. and M. Noland (2018) “Prospects and Economic Impacts of Korean Unification: An Introduction” Asian Economic Journal, Vol 32, issue 3, p221-225 -McKibbin W.J., Lee, J.W., Liu, W. and C.J. Song (2018) “Modeling the Economic Impacts of Korean Unification” Asian Economic Journal, Vol 32, issue 3, pp227-256. -Lee JW. and W. McKibbin (2018) “Service Sector Productivity and Economic Growth in Asia”, Economic Modeling vol 74, pp 247-263. -Kim, S., Lee, JW. and W. McKibbin (2018) “Asia’s Rebalancing and Growth” The World Economy 1, 2018, pp 1-23. -McKibbin W. J., Morris, A., Wilcoxen P. J. and L. Liu (2018) “The Role of Border Adjustments in a US Carbon Tax”, Climate Change Economics vol 9, no 1, pp 1-42. -McKibbin W. and A. Stoeckel (2018) “Modeling a Complex World: Improving Macro Models” Oxford Review of Economic Policy vol. 34 nos. 1-2, 2018, pp 329-347. -McKibbin W. (2017) “Economic Management” Chapter 9 of Frame T. (2017) ‘The Ascent to Power: The Howard Government, Volume 1: 1996’ UNSW Press (ISBN 9781742235288) -Henckel T. and W. McKibbin (2017) “The Economics of Infrastructure in a Globalized World: Issues, Lessons and Future Challenges” Journal of Infrastructure, Policy and Development (forthcoming) -McKibbin W. (2017) “What Trump Means for the Global Economy” in Wesley M. (editor) (2017) “The Trump Administration’s First 100 Days: What Should Asia Do?” ANU Press. pp. 30-31. -McKibbin W. (2016) “Comment on ‘Climate change policy and energy transition’ by Brian Fisher”. Australia Journal of Agricultural and Resource Economics. Vol 60 pp706-707 -McKibbin w. (2016) “The 2008 Global Financial Turmoil: an Inside-Policy View”, interview published in Jan Libich (editor) (2016) Real World Economic Policy: Insights from Leading Australian Economists. p250-278. CENGAGE Learning Melbourne (ISBN 9789170364386) -McKibbin W. (2016) “Macro Prudential Policy in an Australian Context” Australian Economic Review, volume 49, no 1, pp86-88. -McKibbin W. J., Morris, A., and Wilcoxen P. J. (2015) “Pricing Carbon” in COP21 in Paris: What to Expect – The Issues, the actors, and the road ahead on climate change. pp 14-18. The Brookings Institution, Washington DC -McKibbin W. and Liu Weifeng (2015) “China: Ambitious Targets and Policies” in COP21 in Paris: What to Expect – The Issues, the actors, and the road ahead on climate change. pp 48-52. The Brookings Institution, Washington DC -Cai, Y and W McKibbin (2015) “Uncertainty and International Climate Change Negotiations” Italian Economic Journal, vol 1, no 1, March, Springer - McKibbin W. J., Morris, A.,Wilcoxen P. J., and Y. Cai (2015) “Carbon taxes and US Fiscal Reform.” The National Tax Journal , Vol 68, no 1 March , National Tax Association, Washington DC pp139-156. - McKibbin W. J., Morris, A., and Wilcoxen P. J. (2014) “A Proposal for Integrating price Mechanisms into International Climate Change Negotiations” Asia and the Pacific Policy Studies, Vol 1, no 3, p600-608.
- McKibbin W, Stoeckel A, and Lu Y (2014), “Global Fiscal Adjustment and Trade Rebalancing”, The World Economy, Vol 37, no 7, pp892-992.
- McKibbin W. J., Morris, A., and Wilcoxen P. J. (2014) “Pricing Carbon in the United States: A model-based analysis of power sector only approaches.” Resource and Energy Economics vol 36, no 1, pp 130-150. North Holland
- McKibbin W. and A Stoeckel (2013) “The Potential Effects of the Global Financial Crisis on World Trade” P.K. Mishra and K Trivikram (editors) The Global Financial Crisis: Challenges and Opportunities, Academic Foundation Press. pp 373-476
- McKibbin W and Wilcoxen P (2013), A Global Approach to Energy and the Environment: The G-cubed Model” Handbook of CGE Modeling, Chapter 17, North Holland, pp 995-1068
- McKibbin W. (2012) “A New Climate Strategy Beyond 2012: Lessons from Monetary History” 2007 (final version of the Shann Memorial Lecture), The Singapore Economic Review, Vol. 57, No. 3, 18 pages
- McKibbin W, and A. Stoeckel (2012)” Global Fiscal Consolidation” Asian Economic Papers, Vol 11, No 1, pp. 124-146.
- McKibbin W, Morris A, and Wilcoxen P (2011), “Comparing Climate Commitments: A model-based analysis of the Copenhagen Accord, Climate Change Economics, Vol 2, No 2.
- McKibbin W. and A. Stoeckel (2010) “Modeling the Global Financial Crisis”, Oxford Review of Economic Policy, Vol 25, No 4, p581-607
- Ang J. and W.McKibbin (2007) ” Financial Liberalization, Financial Sector Development and Growth: Evidence from Malaysia” Journal of Development Economics, vol 84, pp215-233
- McKibbin W. and P. Wilcoxen (2002) ‘The Role of Economics in Climate Change Policy”, Journal of Economic Perspectives, vol 16, no 2, pp107-129.
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