ARTNeT Advisor: Research Programme
Mr. John Whalley is Professor of Economics at the University of Western Ontario. His research interests cover General Equilibrium, Trade, Public Finance, Taxes, China and the Asian Economies; Environmental Economics (Climate Change). He authored and co-authored numerous texts on various issues related to trade and economies and his representative publications include Resist Green Protectionism- or Pay the Price at Copenhagen (with Simon J. Evenett) (2009), Goods Market Responses to Trade Shocks and Trade and Wages Decomposition, (2003), Discreteness and the Welfare Cost of Labour Supply Tax Distortions (2003), and The Problem of Capital Flight from Russia (1999). He is also director of the Centre of International Economic Relations (CSIER) and distinguished fellow of Centre for International Governance Innovation (CIGI). He won Hullumuth Prize for Achievement in Research and Killiam Prize in 2012. He obtained Ph.D. from Yale University in 1973.