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Personal Data

Name

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Prof. Cristopher Findlay
Date of birth

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27th December 1953
Nationality

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Australia
Sex

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Male
Status

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Married (2 children)
Current office mailing address

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E-mail:  execdean.professions@adelaide.edu.au

ACADEMIC TRAINING:           

BEc(Hons)                 University of Adelaide, 1974

MEc.                           Australian National University, 1977

Ph.D.                           Australian National University, “An Economic Perspective of Australian International Civil Aviation Policy”, conferred October 1, 1982

MEMBERSHIP

Member of the Academy of the Social Sciences in Australia, 2002.

Member of the General Division of the Order of Australia (AM), 2007

 

APPOINTMENTS:

Research Officer and Senior Research Officer,

Bureau of Agricultural Economics,

Australian Department of Primary Industry.

November 1974 – May 1976.

Research Assistant,

Centre for Resource and Environmental Studies,

Australian National University.

May 1976 – February 1977.

 

Research Assistant and Tutor,

Department of Economics,

University of Adelaide.

March 1978 – December 1978.

 

Visiting Fellow,

ASEAN-Australia Economic Relations Research Project,

Australian National University.

March 1982 – December 1982.

 

Visiting Fellow,

Pacific Community Minerals & Energy Task Force,

Australia-Japan Research Centre,

AustralianNationalUniversity,

January 1983 – August 1983.

 

Research Fellow,

Department of Economics,

ResearchSchool of Pacific Studies,

Australian National University.

September 1983 – February 1984.

 

Visiting Lecturer and Senior Lecturer (from January 1986)

Department of Economics,

University of Adelaide.

March 1984 – December 1991

 

Associate Professor

Department of Economics

University of Adelaide

from January 1992 until October 1999

 

Professor of Economics

AsiaPacificSchool of Economics and Government

AustralianNationalUniversity

from October 1999

 

Professor of Economics and Head of School

School of Economics

University of Adelaide

from November 2005

 

Acting Executive Dean,

Faculty of the Professions

University of Adelaide

2006-2007

 

TEACHING EXPERIENCE

1.         Principles courses

Microeconomics (1st year)

 

2.         International trade theory and policy

Introductory international economics (Dip)

International trade (2nd year, Masters)

Multinational enterprise (3rd  year)

Current policy issues in the minerals sector (3rd  year)

East Asian Economies (2nd  year/3rd  year)

Services and the Investment in the WTO (Dip and Masters)

 

3.         Applied microeconomics

Business and Government (3rd  year)

Managing Utilities (Dip and Masters)

 CURRENT PHD STUDENTS

He Xiaobo

Lin Faqin

Kai Du

Sharmina Ahmad

Kim Vu

Uwe Kaufmann

ADMINISTRATIVE EXPERIENCE

1.         Academic administration

Member or coordinator of a number of Departmental or School committees (such as higher degrees, outreach, computing, business development and others) both at the University of Adelaide and at the Australian National University; representative of a Department or School on the committees of other bodies; organiser of teaching programs at all levels, including large-class principles courses and teaching programs for graduate students.

Head of School, School of Economics, University of Adelaide, 2005-

Acting Executive Dean, Faculty of the Professions, University of Adelaide, 2006-2007.

2.         Research Management

Coordinator of the project on “China’s entry into world markets:, University of Adelaide, 1985-1987.

Coordinator of the ACIAR workshop on Smallholder Rubber in Southeast Asia, University of Adelaide, February, 1985.

Co-Director (with Andrew Watson) of the Chinese Economies Research Centre, University of Adelaide, January 1990 to October 1999.

Coordinator of ACIAR Project ADP 9228: Emergence and integration of regional grain markets in China, 1993 – 1997 (with Andrew Watson)

Coordinator of ARC Large Grant project, The development of financial markets and institutions in rural China, 1997-1999 (with AndrewWatson)

Coordinator of ACIAR Project Chinese Grain Market Policy with Special Emphasis on the Domestic Grain Trade, ADP/1997/021, 1997 – 2003.

Coordinator of ARC Project, Impediments to Trade in Services, 1997-1999.

Coordinator of Australian Wool Innovation project on Australia’s Wool Trade Relations with Japan, 2003.

Coordinator ARC Project, Domestic Regulation and International Trade in Services, 2000-2003.

Research Director, AsiaPacificSchool of Economics and Government, 2004-2005.

Coordinator, AADCP Project, ASEAN Economic Integration, 2008-2009

Coordinator, ERIA Project, Real and Financial Integration, 2010

Coordinator, APEC-PSU Project, Structural Reform, 2010

Coordinator, ERIA Project, ASEAN+1 FTAs, 2011

OTHER PROFESSIONAL ACTIVITIES

Member of the Council of the SA branch of the Economic Society, 1984,1985.

Referee and occasional book reviewer for the Economic Record, Australian Journal of Management, Australian Economic Papers, Australian Journal of Chinese Affairs, ASAA Review, Australian Journal of Agricultural and Resource Economics and others.

Public commentaries on economic issues in the Pacific region, in particular, air transport (eg, ABC Radio News Commentary and current affairs programs, The Australian Financial Review)

Member of the Executive Committee of the Australia-China Chamber of Commerce and Industry (SA Branch) (1994)

Member of the Australian Pacific Economic Cooperation Committee (AUSPECC) (1988 onwards)

Coordinator of the Minerals and Energy Forum of the PECC (1988 to 1995)

Member of the National Investment Council (1994-1996)

Member of the Foreign Affairs Council (1998-2003)

Coordinator of the Secretariat of the Australian members of the APC Business Advisory Council (1998-2003)

Chair of the PECC Coordinating Group, 1998-2005.

PUBLICATIONS:

1.1         Books: sole author

The Flying Kangaroo: an Endangered Species?  (An Economic Evaluation of Australia’s International Civil Aviation Policy), Allen and Unwin, Sydney, 1985.

1.2         Textbooks:  joint author

Economics, Addison Wesley, Sydney, 1992, joint author with Douglas McTaggart and Michael Parkin

Reading between the Lines, Addison Wesley, Sydney, Issue 1, 1993, joint author with Judy Cowie and Douglas McTaggart.

Reading between the Lines, Addison Wesley, Sydney, Issue 2, 1994, joint author with Judy Cowie and Douglas McTaggart.

Reading between the Lines, Addison Wesley, Sydney, Issue 3, 1996, joint author with Judy Cowie and Douglas McTaggart.

Reading between the Lines, New Zealand edition, Addison Wesley, Sydney, 1994, joint author with Paul McKeown and Douglas McTaggart.

Economics, second edition, Addison Wesley, Sydney, 1996, joint author with Douglas McTaggart and Michael Parkin.

Reading between the Lines, Addison Wesley, Sydney, Issue 4, 1997, joint author with Judy Cowie and Douglas McTaggart.

Reading between the Lines, Addison Wesley, Sydney, Issue 5, 1998, joint author with Judy Cowie and Douglas McTaggart.

Economics, third edition, Addison Wesley, Sydney, 1999, joint author with Douglas McTaggart and Michael Parkin.

Economics, fourth edition, Addison Wesley, Sydney, 2003, joint author with Douglas McTaggart and Michael Parkin.

Economics, fifth edition, Addison Wesley, Sydney, 2007, joint author with Douglas McTaggart and Michael Parkin.

Economics, sixth edition, Pearson, Sydney, 2009, joint author with Douglas McTaggart and Michael Parkin.

1.3         Books: joint author

Policy Reform, Economic Growth and China’s Agriculture, OECD Development Centre, 1993, joint author with Will Martin and Andrew Watson.##

Australia New Zealand Closer Economic Relations Trade Agreement (ANZCERTA) and Regional Integration, ISEAS, Singapore, 2011, joint author with Robert Scollay and Uwe Kaufmann##

2.           Editorial Works:

The Political Economy of Manufacturing Protection: Experience of ASEAN and Australia, C. Findlay and R. Garnaut (eds.), Allen and Unwin, Sydney, 1986.##

Trade and Investment in Services in the Pacific Region, L. Castle and C. Findlay (eds.), Allen and Unwin, Sydney, 1988.##

Challenges of Economic Reform and Industrial Growth: China’s Wool War, C. Findlay (ed.), Allen and Unwin, Sydney, 1992.

Steel in East Asia in the 1990s:  towards an East Asian Steel Agreement, P. Crowley and C. Findlay (eds),  Canberra:  PECC Minerals and Energy Forum, Canberra, 1993

Rural Enterprises in China, C. Findlay, A. Watson and H. Wu (eds.), Macmillan, London, 1994##

Wool in Japan:  Structural Change in the Textile and Clothing Market,  C. Findlay and M. Itoh (eds.), Harper Collins, Sydney, 1994##

Regional Integration in the Asia-Pacific, B. Bora and C. Findlay (eds), Oxford University Press, Melbourne, 1996.##

Flying High:  Liberalizing Civil Aviation in the Asia Pacific, G.C. Hufbauer and Christopher Findlay (eds), Institute for International Economics, Washington, 1996.##

Agricultural Reform:  Evidence from the CERU/MoA survey, special issue of the China Economic Review, Vol. 7, No. 2, Fall 1996 (guest editor) ##

Asia Pacific Air Transport: Challenges and Policy Reforms, Christopher Findlay, Chia Lin Sien and Karmjit Singh (eds.), Singapore, Institute of South East Asian Studies in conjunction with Australia-Japan Research Centre (AJRC), Singapore National Committee for Pacific Economic Cooperation (SINCPEC) and the Chartered Institute of Transport (CIT), 1997##

Grain market reform in China:  global implications, C. Findlay (ed.), Technical Report, Australian Centre for International Agricultural Research, Canberra, 1998.

Food Security and economic reform:  the challenges facing China’s grain marketing system, C. Findlay and A. Watson (eds.), Macmillan, London, 1999.

Impediments to trade in services: measurement and policy implications, ChristopherFindlay and TonyWarren (eds), Routledge, London, 2000.

Services Trade Liberalisation and Facilitation, SherryStephenson, ChristopherFindlay and SoonhwaYi (eds), Asia Pacific Press, Canberra, 2002.

Rural Financial Markets in China, ChristopherFindlay, ChengEnjiang and AndrewWatson (eds), Asia Pacific Press, Canberra, 2003.

Regulation and Market Access, AlexandraSidorenko and ChristopherFindlay (eds), Asia Pacific Press, Canberra, 2003.

China’s Domestic Grain Marketing Reform, ChunlaiChen and ChristopherFindlay (eds), Asia Pacific Press, Canberra, 2004.

Free trade agreements in the Asia Pacific, Christopher Findlay and Shujiro Urata (eds), World Scientific, Singapore, 2009.

Light the lamp: papers on world trade and investment in memory of Bijit Bora, Christopher Findlay, Mari Pangestu and David Parsons (eds), World Scientific, Singapore, 2010.

Globalisation and tertiary education in the Asia-Pacific, Christopher Findlay and William Tierney (eds), World Scientific, Singapore, 2010.

3.1         Journal Articles:  Sole Author

“The Cost of Australian Economic Regulation of International Air Travel”, Australian Journal of Management, October 1978.

“The Demand for Sewerage in Queensland and Tasmania”, Australian Economic Papers, December 1979.

“Wool-grower Adoption of Sale by Sample”, Australian Journal of Agricultural Economics, August 1980.

“International Civil Aviation Policy Options”, Australian Journal of Management, December 1981.

“The Optimality of Competitive Air Transport Markets:  A Review of Aspects of the ICAP Report”, Economic Record, June 1982.

“Optimal Air Fares and Flight Frequency and Market Results”, Journal of Transport Economics and Policy, January 1983.

“The Persistence and Pervasiveness of the Regulation of International Trade in Civil Aviation Services”, Singapore Economic Review, April 1985.

“The Effects of Australian International Air Transport Regulation”, Journal of Industrial Economics, December 1985.

“Optimal Taxation of International Income Flows”, Economic Record, June 1986.

“Trade in Services in the Asia-Pacific Region”, Asian-Pacific Economic Literature, September, 1990.

“The trans-Tasman single aviation market”, Journal of Transport Economics and Policy, September, 1996

“Introduction:  application of household survey data to current issues in China’s grain sector”, China Economic Review, Fall 1996.

“Walking and chewing gum at the same time: Australia’s free trade area strategy”, Australian Journal Agricultural and Resource Economics, December, 2002.

“Plurilateral agreements on trade in air transport services: the US model”, Journal of Air Transport Management, 9, 2003.

‘Policy reform in “small remote economies”’, World Trade Review, 3(3), November, 2004.

‘China and the FTA route to reform’, Taiwanese Journal of Australian Studies, V, 2004.

‘Private sector participation in infrastructure investment’, Agenda, 12 (1), 2005.

3.2         Journal Articles:  Joint Author

“The Marginal Cost of Australian Income Taxation”,  Economic Record, September 1982 (with Robert Jones).##

“The Impact of Inflation and Taxation on Tenure Choice and the Redistributive Effects of Home-Mortgage Interest Rate Regulation”, Economic Record, June 1983 (with Roslyn Anstie and Ian Harper).##

“The Welfare Costs of Owner-Occupier Housing Subsidies: Inflation, Tax Treatment and Interest Rate Regulation”, Australian Economic Papers, December 1984 (with Robert Albon and John Piggott).##

“Australia and the Pacific Economy”, Economic Record, March 1986 (with Peter Drysdale, Ben Smith and Kym Anderson).#

“The Impact of Malaysian Structural Change on Traditional Industries:  The Case of Rubber”, Singapore Economic Review, May, 1986 (with C. Barlow, P. Forsyth and S. Jayasuriya).##

“Issues in the Production and Marketing of Biotechnology in Australia, Japan and the United States”, Australian Journal of  Biotechnology, June 1987 (with Corinne Boyles).##

“ASEAN and China Exports of Labour-Intensive Manufactures: Performance and Prospects”, ASEAN Economic Bulletin, 3, 1987 (with R. Tyers and P. Phillips).#

“Who Won the Wool War?  A case study of rural product marketing in China”, China Quarterly, June, 1989 (with Andrew Watson and Du Yintang).##  [Updated version published in C. Findlay (ed.) Challenges of Economic Reform and Industrial Growth: China’s Wool War.]

“Assessing Economic Opportunities in the Soviet Far East”, The Pacific Review, 1990, 3(3) (with Alaster Edwards).##

“Foreign investment in Australian tourism:  rationales and consequences”, Economic Papers, June 1991 (with Larry Dwyer and Peter Forsyth)#

“Air transport in the Asian-Pacific region”, Asian-Pacific Economic Literature, November 1992 (with Peter Forsyth).##

“Overview of the impact of foreign investment on Australian tourism”, World Review, December 1992 (with L. Dwyer and P. Forsyth)#

“Australian trade policy: the end of tariff protection?”, Current Affairs Bulletin, August 1993 (with Kym Anderson)#

“Economic Liberalisation in China:  impact of and prospects for the out-of-plan sector”, Asian Studies Review, November 1993 (with Andrew Watson and Harry Wu)##

“Structural change in the Japanese wool textile industry”, Wool Technology and Sheep Breeding, Vol. 42, No.1, 1994. (with Motoshige Itoh)##

“Managing the transition to competition:  the case of the International Air Services Commission”, Australian Economic Review, 2nd quarter, 1994 (with David Round)##

“International Aviation Problems and Responses:  an Asian-Pacific Perspective”, Air and Space Law, 1994 (with Mathew Samuel and Peter Forsyth)##

“Open streets or taken for a ride:  reforming Australia’s taxi markets”, Agenda, vol. 2, no.1, 1995, pp. 63-72 (with David Round)##

“Growth of China’s Rural Enterprises: Impacts on urban-rural relations”, Journal of Development Studies, 31 (4), April 1995 (with A. Watson and Zhang Xiaohe)#

“China’s wool market: trade and investment issues”, Wool Technology and Sheep Breeding, Vol 44, No. 1, 1996 (with Weiguo Lu)##

“Land fragmentation and farm productivity in China in the 1990s”, China Economic Review, Fall 1996 (joint author with Tin Nguyen and Enjiang Cheng)#

“Food security in Asia”, Asian-Pacific Economic Literature, 11(1), May 1997 (wth Chao Yang Peng and Randy Stringer)#

“Beyond the ‘input-output’approach to assessing determinants of student performance in University Economics:  Implications for Student Learning Centred Research”, Australian Economics Education Special Issue, Australian Economic Papers, September 1997 (joint author with Martin Shanahan, Judy Cowie, David Round, Ron McIver and Steven Barrett) #

“Transport services liberalisation in APEC”, Asia Pacific Economic Review, 3(2), 1997 (joint author with Dong-Hyun Choi and Jongseok Kim) ##

“Hong Kong’s economic relationship with China”, Journal of the Asia Pacific Economy, 3(1), 1998, pp.104-130 (with Cheng Yuk-shing and Lu Weiguo)##

“’We’re not financial organisations!”:  financial innovation without regulation in China’s rural cooperative funds”,  in MOCT/MOST Economics Policy in Transitional Economies, 8(3), 1998 (with Andrew Watson and Cheng Enjiang)#

[an edited version was reproduced in Rural Financial Markets in China, ChristopherFindlay, ChengEnjiang and AndrewWatson (eds), Asia Pacific Press, Canberra, 2003].

“Competition policy and international trade in air transport and telecommunications services’, The World Economy, June 1998 (with Tony Warren)#

“Developments in Australia’s aviation policies and current concerns”, Journal of Air Transport Management, 4 (3), 1998, 169-176 (with Paul Hooper)#

“Open skies or open clubs?  New issues for Asia Pacific Economic Cooperation”, Journal of Air Transport Management, June 1999.(with Andrew Elek, Paul Hooper and Tony Warren) ##

“Digital Divide”, Asian Pacific Economic Literature, 15(2), November 2001 (with Alexandra Sidorenko) #

“Japan and the ASEAN4 Automotive Industry”, East Asian Economic Perspectives, Vol 13, March 2002 (with Roger Farrell) [also appeared in Japanese in Higasi Asia Heno Shiten, No. 3, 2002]##

“New Directions in Australian Air Transport”, Agenda, 10, 27-42, 2003 (with Henry Ergas). ##

“A review of cross-border mergers and acquisitions in APEC”, Asian Pacific Economic Literature, 17(2), November 2003. (with Chunlai Chen) ##

Liberalization and Foreign Direct Investment in Asia Transport System: The Case of Aviation, Asian Development Review, 21, 37-65, 2004 (Christopher Findlay and Andrea Goldstein) ##

‘Developments in Pacific Islands Air Transport’, in S Chand (ed.) Pacific Islands Regional Integration and Governance,  Asia Pacific Press, Canberra pp168-192 (Findlay,Christopher; Forsyth, P; King, J)

Restrictions on trade in services: trade liberalisation strategies for APEC member economies, Asian-Pacific Economic Literature, 19 (1), May, 2005 (McGuire, Greg and Christopher Findlay)#

‘Telecommunications Reform in Indonesia: Achievements and Challenges’, Bulletin of Indonesian Economic Studies, 2005, 41(3):341-365 (with Roy Lee)#

‘The three pillars of stagnation: challenges for air transport reform’, World Trade Review, 2006, 5(2), 251-270 (with David Round) ##

Measuring the effects of food safety standards on China’sAgricultural Exports, Review of World Economics, 144 (1), 2008 (Chunlai Chen, Jun Yang and Christopher Findlay)##

Chinese foreign direct investment in Australia: policy issues for the resource sector, China Economic Journal, 2(2), 2009, 133-158 (with Peter Drysdale)

4.1         Reports, Book Chapters etc:  Sole Author

“Trade and Specialisation in Motor Vehicles and Australian Car Industry Policies”, with Sir John Crawford and Dr. Saburo Okita (eds.), Australia and Japan:  Issues in the Economic Relationship, (Australia-Japan Economic Relations Research Project, Canberra, June 1979).

Trans Tasman Freight and Shipping Services, (Australia-New Zealand Businessmen’s Council, Canberra, February 1980).

“Occupational Regulation in a Regulated Industry:  The Case of Airline Pilots”, in R. P. Albon and G. J. Lindsay (eds.), Occupational Regulation and the Public Interest, CIS Readings 5, Sydney, 1984.

Australian International Civil Aviation Policy and the ASEAN-Australia Dispute, ASEAN-Australia Economic Papers No. 1, ASEAN-Australia Joint Research Project, Kuala Lumpur and Canberra, 1983.

“A Framework for Services Trade Policy Questions”, Pacific Economic Papers, No. 126, AJRC, ANU, 1985.

“Financial Resources for Development:  Debt Versus Equity”, in Removing Constraints to Economic and Social Development, by H. Hughes and others, NCDS, ANU, Canberra, 1986.

“Prospects for Pacific Trade and Growth:  Perspectives from Australia, New Zealand and the South Pacific” in The Asian-Pacific Economy Towards the Year 2000, Asian and Pacific Development Centre, Kuala Lumpur, 1987.

Conflict and Cooperation in International Tax Policy: Australia’s Move to a Comprehensive Credit Rule and Its Impact on ASEAN Countries, ASEAN-Australia Economic Papers No. 28, ASEAN-Australia Joint Research Project, Kuala Lumpur and Canberra, 1987.

“Trade Related Issues in the Aid Program to China”, Development Papers No. 4, Australian Development Assistance Bureau, August 1987.

“The Economic Future of Australia, New Zealand and the Other Pacific Islands”, in R.H. Taylor (ed.) Handbooks to the Modern World: Asia and the Pacific, Facts on File, New York, forthcoming.

“Air Transport”, in P. A. Messerlin and K. A. Sauvant (eds), The Uruguay Round: International Trade in Services, World Bank and UNCTC, Washington and New York, January 1990.

“Steel Industry Development Strategies”, Pacific Economic Papers, No 187, AJRC, ANU, September, 1990.

“Trade Development in Processed Minerals in the Pacific Region”, in H.E. English (ed.) Pacific Initiatives in Global Trade, Institute for Research on Public Policy, Halifax, Nova Scotia, 1990.

“Services Sector Liberalization: Problems and Prospects for Aviation Arrangements”, in H.E. English (ed.) Pacific Initiatives in Global Trade, Institute for Research on Public Policy, Halifax, Nova Scotia, 1990.

“Northeast Asia and the world economy”, in Stuart Harris and James Cotton (ed.), The End of the Cold War in Northeast Asia, Longman Cheshire, 1991.

“Service Sector Policies” in in Richard Pomfret (ed.), Australia’s Trade Policies, London and Melbourne, Oxford University Press, 1994.

“Links of Steel:  The Australian and Chinese Steel Industries”, Working Paper Series No. 2, East Asia Analytical Unit, Department of Foreign Affairs and Trade, April 1994

“China and the regional economy”, in StuartHarris and GaryKlintworth (eds), China as a Great Power, Melbourne and New York: Longman and St Martin’s Press, 1995.

“Trade in services in the Uruguay Round”, in ESCAP, Implications of the Uruguay Round Agreements for the Asian and Pacific Region, Studies in Trade and Investment, no. 15, New York: UN, 1995.

“Overview” in Asia Pacific Economics Group (APEG), Asia-Pacific Profiles, 1997, Financial Times Newsletters and Management Reports, Hong  Kong, 1997.

“The APEC Air Transport Schedule”, Pacific Economic Papers, No. 273, November 1997, Australia-Japan Research Centre, ANU.

“Overview” in Asia Pacific Economics Group (APEG), Asia-Pacific Profiles, 1998, Financial Times Newsletters and Management Reports, Hong Kong, 1998.

“Introduction to the regulation of services”, in Productivity Commission and Australian National University, Achieving Better Regulation of Services, Conference Proceedings, AusInfo, Canberra, November, 2000

“Services Sector Reform and Development Strategies:  Issues and Research Priorities”, Policy Issues in International Trade and Commodities, Study Series NO. 8, UNCTAD, Geneva, 2001.

“Old issues in new regionalism”, in Peter Drysdale and Kenichi Ishigaki (eds.), East Asian Trade and Financial Integration:  New Issues, Asia Pacific Press, ANU, 2002.

“China and the World Economy”, in RossGarnaut and LigangSong (eds), China: New Engine of World Growth, Asia Pacific Press, Canberra, 2003

“Trade in services: policy options and implications for Australia-Asia relations”, Melbourne Asia Policy Papers, 6, March 2005.

“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.

‘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

‘Services trade and investment liberalisation’, ch. 8 in Masahisa Fujita, Ikuo Kuroiwa and Satoru Kumagoi (eds), The Economics of East Asian Integration, Edward Elgar, 2011.

4.2         Reports, Book Chapers etc:  Joint Author

“Issues in the Taxation of Income from Capital:  Housing, Superannuation and Capital Gains”, in Taxation Issues in the 1980s, edited by J. G. Head  (Australian Tax Research Foundation, Sydney 1983) (with Robert Albon and Robert Jones).##

“Pacific Economic Growth and Prospects for Australian Trade”, Pacific Economic Papers, No. 122, Australia-Japan Research Centre (AJRC), ANU, 1985 (with Kym Anderson, Peter Drysdale, Prue Phillips, Ben Smith and Rod Tyers).#

“International  Trade in Airline Services”, Pacific Economic Papers, No. 123, AJRC, ANU, 1985 (with Peter  Forsyth).##

“China and PacificBasin Merchandise Trade”, ASEAN-Australia Economic Papers, (with Prue Phillips and Rod Tyers).##

“China’s Iron and Steel Industry Policy:  Implications for Australia”, Pacific Economic Papers, No. 127, AJRC, ANU, 1985 (with  Xin Luolin).#

“Rubber Industry Research Programs in Malaysia and Indonesia:   An Overview”, in Smallholder Rubber: Production and Policies, ACIAR Proceedings Series, No. 9, 1985 (with S. Chamala and J. Western).##

“Trade in Air Transport and Tourism Services” in Trade and Investment in Services in the Pacific Region, edited by L. Castle and C. Findlay, Allen and Unwin, Sydney, 1988 (with P. Forsyth).##

“China’s Penetration of the Australian Textile and Clothing Market”, Pacific Economic Papers, No. 175, September 1989 (with James Crowley and Melissa Gibbs) [reprinted in C. Findlay (ed.),Challenges of Economic Reform and Industrial Growth: China’s Wool War,  Allen and Unwin, Sydney, 1992].##

“Vertical Integration in the Export of Perishable Primary Produce from South Australia” Centre for SA Economic Studies, University of Adelaide, Occasional Paper No. 21, April 1989 (with James Crowley and Melissa Gibbs).##

“Japanese Tourism in Australia”, Pacific Economic Papers, No. 183, May 1990 (with Ian Curnow, Peter Forsyth, Susan Grace and Larry Dwyer).##

“Summary Report of the Minerals and Energy Forum, 1989”, PECC MEF Secretariat, Canberra (joint editor with DavidParsons).##

“Foreign Involvement in Australian Tourism”, Bureau of Tourism Research Occasional Paper No. 6, BTR, Canberra, March 1990 (with LarryDywer and PeterForsyth).##

“The South Australian Airline Market in the 1990s”, a report to the South Australian Director General of Transport, March 1990 (with JamesCrowley).##

“China and Australian Wool”, Pacific Economic Papers, No. 180, Australia-Japan Research Centre, February 1990 (with A. Watson).##

“Chinese Wool Textile Industry Growth and the Demand for Raw Wool” in C. Findlay (ed.) Challenges of Economic Reform and Industrial Growth: China’s Wool War, Allen and Unwin, Sydney, 1991 (with Li Ze).##

“Collective Resource Management in China: The Raw Wool Industry”, in C. Findlay (ed.) Challenges of Economic Reform and Industrial Growth: China’s Wool War, Allen and Unwin, Sydney, 1991 (with Liu Zheng and Andrew Watson).##

“ASEAN interests in air transport services in the Uruguay Round”, in UNCTAD/UNDP, Services in Asia and the Pacific, Selected Papers, vol. 1, United Nations, New York, 1990 (with Peter Forsyth).##

“Deregulation in a low density market: the case of South Australian air transport”, Papers of the Australasian Transport Research Forum, 15(1), 1990 (with Paul Duldig)##

“Regulation, Competition and Congestion:  NSW air transport in the 1990s”, a report prepared for the NSW Business Deregulation Unit, Centre for SA Economic Studies, University of Adelaide, 1990 (with Paul Duldig and Angela Wong)##

“Interest groups and economic reform in a more open Chinese economy”, in A.Watson (ed.), Economic Reform and Social Change in China, Routledge, 1992 (with Jiang Shu)##

“Vertical integration in international trade:  a case study of primary product exports” in P.Sheard (ed.), International Adjustment and the Japanese Firm, Allen and Unwin, Sydney, 1992 (with Melissa Gibbs and James Crowley).##

“Japanese corporate organisation and international adjsutment” in P.Sheard (ed.), International Adjustment and the Japanese Firm, Allen and Unwin, Sydney, 1992 (with Paul Sheard).#

“Surrounding the cities from the countryside”, in R.Garnaut and LiuGuoguang (eds.), Economic Reform and Internationalisation:  China and the Pacific Region, Allen and Unwin, Sydney, 1992 (with Andrew Watson).##

“Policy reform, Chinese agriculture and implications for China’s trade” in I. Goldin (ed.), Economic Reform, Trade and Agricultural Development, Macmillan and the OECD Development Centre, Paris, 1993 (with Will Martin and A. Watson).##

“The outlier: Chinese steel industry development and prospects for trade” Pacific Economic Papers, AJRC, ANU, March 1993. (with L. Feng, H. Richardson and Y. Wu).#

“Regionalism and the world economy:  NAFTA and the Australian response” in R.G. Cushing, J. Higley, M. Sutton, T. Tompkins and S. Wientraub (eds.), Challenge of NAFTA: North America, Australia, New Zealand and the World Trade Regime, Clark Centre for Australian Studies at the University of Texas and the Committee for Economic Development of Australia, 1993.

“Wool in Japan”, Pacific Economic Papers, special issue, AJRC, ANU, June1993 (with M. Itoh).##

“Hard landings and soft rights: forces for change in Pacific air transport markets”, in Mari Pangestu (ed.), Pacific Initiatives for Regional Trade Liberalization and Investment Cooperation:  Role and Implications for the Private Sector, Jakarta, Centre for Strategic and International Studies, 1993  (with Bijit Bora)##

“Australia-Commonwealth ties in the minerals sector’, in James Dorian, Pavel Minakir and Vitaly Borisovich (eds), CIS Energy and Minerals Development, Dordrecht, Kluwer, 1993 (with Alaster Edwards)##.

“Steel in East Asia in the 1990s:  towards an East Asian Steel Agreement:  Summary Report”,   Chapter 1 in Peter Crowley and Christopher Findlay (eds.), Steel in East Asia in the 1990s:  towards an East Asian Steel Agreement, Canberra:  PECC Minerals and Energy Forum, Canberra, 1993 (with Peter Crowley)# [reprinted as “The outlook for the East Asian steel trade” in Mark Borthwick (ed.), Advancing Regional Integration: Pacific Economic Development Report, 1995, Singapore:  Pacific Economic Cooperation Council]

“Policies Affecting Primary Sectors”, in Richard Pomfret (ed.), Australia’s Trade Policies, London and Melbourne, Oxford University Press, forth. 1994 (with Kym Anderson)##

“The China Agriculture in General Equilibrium Model”, in Ian Goldin, Odin Knudsen and Antonio S Brandao (eds.), Modelling Economy-Wide Reforms, OECD, Paris, 1994. (with Will Martin and Andrew Watson)#

“Demographics and Markets: are there limits to export promotion strategies”, in Sustaining Export Oriented Growth:  Ideas from Developing East Asia, edited by R. Garnaut, E. Grilli and J. Reidel, Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 1995 (with Philippa Dee)#

“Introduction and Overview” in PeterCrowley and R.RichardGeddes (eds), Private Power in the Pacific, Canberra: PECC Minerals and Energy Forum, 1994 (with Peter Crowley and Richard Geddes)#

“Grain production and regional economic change in China”, in Ross Garnaut, Guo Shutian and Ma Guonan (eds.), The Third Revolution in the Chinese Countryside, Cambridge:  Cambridge University Press, 1996 (with Li Qingzeng and A. Watson)##

“The wool war and the cotton chaos: fibre marketing”, in Ross Garnaut, Guo Shutian and Ma Guonan (eds.), The Third Revolution in the Chinese Countryside, Cambridge:  Cambridge University Press, 1996 (with X. Zhang, W. Lu, K. Sun and A. Watson)#

“The growth of rural industry: the impact of fiscal contracting “, in Ross Garnaut, Guo Shutian and Ma Guonan (eds.), The Third Revolution in the Chinese Countryside, Cambridge:  Cambridge University Pres, 1996 (with A. Watson and Chen Chunlai)##

“Open regionalism: concept and application in the Asia-Pacific” in MarkBorthwick (ed.), Advancing Regional Integration: Pacific Economic Development Report, 1994, Singapore:  Pacific Economic Cooperation Council (with Bijit Bora and Peter Crowley)##

“Rural enterprise growth in a partially reformed Chinese economy”, Ch. 1 in China’s Rural Enterprises, C. Findlay, A. Watson and H. Wu (eds.), Macmillan, London, 1994 (joint author with Chen Chunlai, Andrew Watson and Zhang Xiaohe)##

“Rural enterprises in China:  overview, issues and prospects”, Ch.8 in China’s Rural Enterprises, C. Findlay, A. Watson and H. Wu (eds.), Macmillan, London, 1994 (joint author with Andrew Watson and Harry Wu).  ##

Steel in East Asia, Canberra:  AJRC, 1994 (joint editor with Peter Drsydale and Jong-soon Kang)##

Wool in Northeast Asia, Canberra:  AJRC, 1995, (joint editor with Lu Weiguo)##

“Changes in East Asian food consumption: some implications for Australian irrigated agriculture”, Pacific Economic Papers No. 253, March 1996 (joint author with PhilipTaylor)#

“China-Australia Commodity Trade, 1985-1994”, in ColinMackerras (ed.), Australia and China: Partners in Asia, Macmillan, Melbourne, 1996 (joint author with Song Ligang)##.

“Introduction and overview” in Regional Integration in the Asia-Pacific, B. Bora and C. Findlay (eds), Oxford, 1996 (with Bijit Bora)##

“International air transport” in Regional Integration in the Asia-Pacific, B. Bora and C. Findlay (eds), Oxford, 1996 (with Peter Forsyth and Bijit Bora)##

“Environmental issues” in Regional Integration in the Asia-Pacific, B. Bora and C. Findlay (eds), Oxford, 1996 (with Peter Crowley)##

“Fiscal decentralisation, reigonalism and uneven development in China”, in ChristineFletcher (ed.), Equity and Development Across Nations: political and fiscal realities, Allen and Unwin, St Leonards, 1996 (joint author with Andrew Watson and Harry Wu)#.

“Perspectives on the Manila Action Plan for APEC”, PECC, PIDS and the Asian Foundation, Manila, December, 1996 (joint editor with MariPangestu, PoncianoIntal and StephenParker)#

“Airline interests in regulatory reform” in HowardDick (editor), Airline Deregulation in the Asia-Pacific:  Towards “Open Skies”?,Institute of Transport Studies, University of Sydney (published in 1997)

“Economic growth and trade dependency in China”, in David Goodman and Gerald Segal (eds.), China Rising: Nationalism and Interdependence, London, Routledge, 1997 (joint author with Andrew Watson) ##

“Singapore” in Asia Pacific Economics Group (APEG), Asia-Pacific Profiles, 1997, Financial Times Newsletters and Management Reports, Hong Kong, 1997 (with Wong Marn Heong)#

Pulling the threads together:  the effects of liberalisation in Asia’s textiles and clothing industry, Studies in APEC Liberalisation, Australian Pacific Economic Cooperation Committee, Canberra, 1997 (with Mari Pangestu)##

Switching on: the effects of liberalisation on Asia’s electronics industry, Studies in APEC Liberalisation, Australian Pacific Economic Cooperation Committee, Canberra, 1997 (with Mari Pangestu)##

“Regional disparities in rural development” in G.Linge (ed.), China’s New Spatial Economy:  Heading Towards 2020, Hong Kong, Oxford University Press, 1997 (with Andrew Watson and Harry Wu)#

“Introduction” in Asia Pacific Air Transport: Challenges and Policy Reforms, Christopher Findlay, Chia Lin Sien and Karmjit Singh (eds.), Singapore, Institute of South East Asian Studies, 1997 (with the editors) ##

“Multiple designation policy in Australia”, in Asia Pacific Air Transport: Challenges and Policy Reforms, Christopher Findlay, Chia Lin Sien and Karmjit Singh (eds.), Singapore, Institute of South East Asian Studies, 1997 (with David Round) ##

“Flying towards a single aviation market across the Tasman”, in “Multiple designation policy in Australia”, in Asia Pacific Air Transport: Challenges and Policy Reforms, Christopher Findlay, Chia Lin Sien and Karmjit Singh (eds.), Singapore, Institute of

South East Asian Studies, 1997 (with Christopher Kissling) ##

“China’s grain demand and supply:  trade implications”, in OECD, Agricultural Policies in China, Paris OECD, 1997 (with Harry X. Wu)#

“Internal reform, budget issues and the internationalisation of the grain market in China”, in OECD, Agricultural Policies in China, Paris OECD, 1997 (with Cheng Enjiang and Andrew Watson)#

“Singapore and Hong Kong” in McLeodR.H. and RossGarnaut (eds.), East Asia in Crisis: from being a miracle to need one?, Routledge, London and New York, 1998 (with Cheng Yuk-shing and Wong Marn Heong)#

“Potential for services liberalisation between AFTA and CER”, in DavidRobertson (ed.), AFTA-CER:  A Way Forward?, Pelham Paper No. 4, Melbourne Business School, University of Melbourne, 1998 (with Tony Warren).##

“Demand for grain in China”, in Findlay, C. and Watson, A. (eds), Food security and economic reform:  the challenges facing China’s grain marketing system, Macmillan, London, 1999 (with Harry Wu) #

“The implications of grain market reform for China’s international grain trade: an overview”, in Findlay, C. and Watson, A. (eds), Food security and economic reform:  the challenges facing China’s grain marketing system, Macmillan, London, 1999 (with Andrew Watson, Cheng Enjiang and Harry Wu)##

“Food and profit: the political economy of grain market reform in China”, in Findlay, C. and Watson, A. (eds), Food security and economic reform:  the challenges facing China’s grain marketing system, Macmillan, London, 1999 (with Andrew Watson)#

“Introduction” in Findlay, C. and Watson, A. (eds), Food security and economic reform:  the challenges facing China’s grain marketing system, Macmillan, London, 1999 (with Andrew Watson)##

“Measuring impediments to trade in services”, in Pierre Sauve and Robert Stern (editors), GATS 2000:  new directions in services trade liberalization, Brookings Institution Press, Washington, DC, 2000 (with Tony Warren) ##

“Australia’s APEC agenda:  implications for Australia and China”, in Peter Drysdale, Zhang Yunling and Ligang Song (editors), APEC and Liberalisation of the Chinese Economy, Asia Pacific Press, ANU, 2000 (with Chunlai Chen)##

‘Sins of commission and omission’: measuring regulatory impediments to trade in services in (Productivity Commission and Australian National University, Achieving Better Regulation of Services, Conference Proceedings, AusInfo, Canberra, November 2000 (with Tony Warren) #

‘Introduction’ in Impediments to trade in services: measurement and policy implications, Christopher Findlay and Tony Warren (eds), Routledge, London, 2000 (with Tony Warren)##

‘Price-impact measures of impediments to services trade’ in Impediments to trade in services: measurement and policy implications, Christopher Findlay and Tony Warren (eds), Routledge, London, 2000 (with Malcolm Bosworth, Ray Trewin and Tony Warren)##

‘Regulatory reform in the maritime industry’ in Impediments to trade in services: measurement and policy implications, Christopher Findlay and Tony Warren (eds), Routledge, London, 2000 (with Jong-soon Kang) ##

‘Services issues in APEC’, in Impediments to trade in services: measurement and policy implications, Christopher Findlay and Tony Warren (eds), Routledge, London, 2000 (with Tony Warren) ##

‘Governance in the city-states: Hong Kong and Singapore’ in Peter Drysdale (ed) Reform and Recovery in East Asia – the role of the state and economic enterprise, Routledge,

London, 2000 (with Cheng Yuk-Shing and Chia Siow Yue)##

“International trade in telecommunications and transportation services”, in Klaus Deutsch (ed.), The World Trade Organization Millennium Round: Freer Trade in the Next Century, Routledge, London, 2001 (with Tony Warren) ##

“The ASEAN Automotive Industry in China’s Century”, in Global Automotive Manufacturing and Technology, World Markets Series Business Briefing, World Markets Research Centre, London, 2001(with Joy Abrenica).##

“Services driving growth”, in RossGarnaut and LigangSong (eds), China 2002:  WTO entry and world recession, Asia Pacific Press, Canberra, 2002 (with Mari Pangestu) ##

“Outlook for the Association of South East Asian Nations (ASEAN) and Chinese Automotive Industries”, in Global Automotive Manufacturing and Technology, World Markets Series Business Briefing, World Markets Research Centre, London, 2002 (with Roger Farrell) ##

“Overview: challenges for services trade liberalisation and facilitation”, in Sherry Stephenson, Christopher Findlay and Soonhwa Yi (eds), Services Trade Liberalisation and Facilitation, Asia Pacific Press, Canberra, 2002 (with Sherry Stephenson and Malcolm Bosworth) #

“Issues in domestic regulation of services”, in Sherry Stephenson, Christopher Findlay and Soonhwa Yi (eds), Services Trade Liberalisation and Facilitation, Asia Pacific Press, Canberra, 2002 (with June-Dong Kim) #

“Horizontal versus sectoral disciplines for services regulation”, in Sherry Stephenson, Christopher Findlay and Soonhwa Yi (eds), Services Trade Liberalisation and Facilitation, Asia Pacific Press, Canberra, 2002 (with Alexandra Sidorenko) #

“Liberalisation of air transport services”, in WillMartin and MariPangestu (eds), Options for Global Trade Reform: a View from the Asia-Pacific, Cambridge University Press, 2003 (with Deunden Nikomborirak) ##

Automobiles: an industry study”, in Peter Drysdale (ed), The New Economy in East Asia and the Pacific, Routledge, London and New York, 2004 (with Roger Farrell) ##

“Introduction” in Christopher Findlay, Cheng Enjiang and Andrew Watson (eds), Rural Financial Markets in China, Asia Pacific Press, Canberra, 2003. (with Cheng Enjiang, Andrew Watson and Zhu Gang) ##

“Opportunities and Challenges in Singapore’s Services Trade”, in Ramkishen Rajan (ed), Sustaining Competitiveness in the New Global Economy, Edward Elgar, Cheltenham, 2003 (with Alexandra Sidorenko) ##

“Overview”, in Alexandra Sidorenko and Christopher Findlay (eds), Regulation and Market Access, Asia Pacific Press, Canberra, 2003 (with Alexandra Sidorenko) #

“Issues in international competition policy cooperation”, in Alexandra Sidorenko and Christopher Findlay (eds), Regulation and Market Access, Asia Pacific Press, Canberra, 2003 (with David Round) ##

“The Impact of Foreign Direct Investment on China’s Economy”, in Ross Garnaut and Ligang Song (eds.), China’s Third Economic Transformation -The rise of the private economy, RoutledgeCurzon, Taylor and Francis Group, London and New York, 2004 (with Chunlai Chen) #

“China’s Domestic Grain Marketing Reform Since the 1980s”, in China’s Domestic Grain Marketing Reform, Chunlai Chen and Christopher Findlay (eds), Asia Pacific Press, Canberra, 2004 (with Chunlai Chen) #

“Patterns of Domestic Grain Flows and Regional Comparative Advantage in Grain Production in China” in China’s Domestic Grain Marketing Reform, Chunlai Chen and Christopher Findlay (eds), Asia Pacific Press, Canberra, 2004 (with Chunlai Chen) #

“East Asia”, in The World’s Wine Markets Globilization at Work, Kym Anderson (ed.), Edward Elgar, 2004 (Christopher Findlay, Roger Farrell Chunlai Chen and Dewen Wang) ##

“China’s domestic grain marketing reform: a long march toward marketisation”, in China: is rapid growth sustainable?, Ross Garnaut and Ligang Song (eds), Asia Pacific Press, The Australian National University, 2004 (Chunlai Chen and Christopher Findlay) #

“Logistics in China: Implications of Accession to the WTO”, in China and the WTO Accession, Policy Reform, and Poverty Reduction Strategies , Deepak Bhattasali, Shantong Li and Will Martin (eds.), Co publication of the World Bank and Oxford University Press, Washington, 2004 (Wenping Luo and Christopher Findlay) #

“Trading with Favourites: Free Trade Agreements in the Asia-Pacific”, in APEC in the 21st Century , Riyana Miranti and Denis Hew (eds.), ISEAS Publications, Singapore  2004 (Christopher Findlay, Mohad Haflah Piei and Mari Pangestu) ##

“Services in regional trading arrangements”, in The World Trade Organization: Legal, Economic and Political Analysis, Vol II, Patrick Macrory, Arthur Appleton and Michael Plummer (eds), Springer, New York, 2005.  (Christopher Findlay, Sherry Stephenson and Francisco Javier Prieto) ##

‘Services: A ‘Deal-Maker’ in the Doha Round?’ PhilippaDee and Christopher Findlay Chapter 3 in BruceBlonigen and others, “Monitoring Trade Policy:A New Agenda for Reviving the Doha Round” Trade Policy Monitoring Paper 1 Kiel Institute for the World Economy and CEPR, 2007.

‘Services: the importance of further liberalisation for business and economic development in the region’, in Larry Crump and S. Javed Maswood, Developing Countries and Global Trade Negotiations, Routledge, Oxford and New York, 2007: Christopher Findlay and Alexandra Sidorenko (ANU) ##

‘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, Mari Pangestu and Roy Chun Lee, ##

‘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 (with David Parsons and Herb Plunkett) ##

‘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, by  Darielde Sousa and ChristopherFindlay #

‘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: Philippa Dee and Christopher Findlay #

‘Integrating services markets’, in Joseph Francois, Pradumna B Rana and Ganesh Wignaraja (eds), Pan Asian Integration: Linking East and South Asia, Palgrave Macmillan and Asian Development Bank, 2009 (Christopher Findlay, Philippa Dee and Ryo Ochiai) ##

‘Services in PTAs – Donuts or Holes?’, in Sisira Jayasuriya, Donald MacLaren and Gary  Magee (eds), Negotiating a Preferential Trading Agreement: Issues, Constraints and Practical Options, Edward Elgar, 2009 (Philippa Dee and Christopher Findlay) #

‘Overview’ in Christopher Findlay and Shujiro Urata (eds), Free Trade Agreements in the Asia Pacific, World Scientific, 2009 (Christopher Findlay and Shujiro Urata) ##

‘Services in Free Trade Agreements’ in Christopher Findlay and Shujiro Urata (eds), Free Trade Agreements in the Asia Pacific, World Scientific, 2009 (Philippa Dee, Christopher Findlay and Ryo Ochiai) #

‘Overview’ in Christopher Findlay, Mari Pangestu and David Parsons (eds), Light the lamp: papers on world trade and investment in memory of Bijit Bora, World Scientific, Singapore, 2010 (Christopher Findlay, Mari Pangestu and David Parsons)##

‘Competition Policy in International Airline Markets: An Agenda and a Proposed Solution’ in Christopher Findlay, Mari Pangestu and David Parsons (eds), Light the lamp: papers on world trade and investment in memory of Bijit Bora, World Scientific, Singapore, 2010 (Christopher Findlay and David Round)##

 ‘Introduction and Overview’ in Christopher Findlay and William Tierney (eds), Globalisation and tertiary education in the Asia-Pacific, World Scientific, Singapore, 2010. (Christopher Findlay and William Tierney)

 

 

 

 

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