ARTNeT Advisor: Trade in Services, Investment and Competition
Mr. Christopher Findlay is Executive Dean of Faculty of the Professions at University of Adelaide. He was formerly Head of the School of economics at University of Adelaide and Professor of Economics in the Asia Pacific School of Economics and Management at the Australian National University. His research covers Australia’s economics relations with Asia and special interest includes the reform and industrialization of the Chinese economy. Professor Findlay has been especially involved in research on the textiles, steel and air transport 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.
At the Australian National University, Professor Findlay was responsible for graduate teaching and research in the fields of infrastructure management and regional economic cooperation. Professor Findlay is the Chair (from 1998) of the Pacific Economic Cooperation Council’s Coordinating Group and is also Vice-Chair of the Australian Committee for Pacific Economic Cooperation. He holds a Phd and MEc from the Australian National University and an Honors degree in Economics from the University of Adelaide.