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Professor Peter Robertson

Dean of the UWA Business School/Professor
UWA Business School

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Address
UWA Business School
The University of Western Australia (M251)
35 Stirling Highway
CRAWLEY WA 6009
Australia
Phone
+61 8 6488 5633
Fax
+61 8 6488 1016
Email
peter.robertson@uwa.edu.au
Qualifications
BA Otago, MEC NE, PhD S.Fraser
Publications
*Selected Publications 2012-2016

Ye, Longfeng and Peter E. Robertson (2016) How Important was Labor Reallocation for China's Growth? A Sceptical Reassessment of the Evidence" Review of Income and Wealth (forthcoming)

Ye, Longfeng and Peter E. Robertson (2016) "On The existence of a Middle Income Trap" Economic Record (forthcoming)

Peter E. Robertson (2016) "Measuring Hard Power: China's Growth and Military Capacity" Defence and Peace Economics (forthcoming).

Das, Samarjit, Chetan Ghate, and Peter Robertson, (2015) "Remoteness, Urbanization and India's Unbalanced Growth", World Development, 66, 573-587

Ang, James, Jakob Madsen and Peter E. Robertson, (2015) "Export Performance of the Asian Miracle Economies: The Role of Innovation and Product Variety" Canadian Journal of Economics 48, 1.

Peter E. Robertson (2014) "The Global Impact of China’s Growth" in The Oxford Companion to the Economics of China, Edited by Shenggen Fan, Ravi Kanbur, Shang-Jin Wei and Xiaobo Zhang

Harris, Richard G. and Peter E. Robertson, (2013) “Trade, Wages and Skill Accumulation in the Emerging Giants”, Journal of International Economics, 89 pp.407-421.

Ghosh, A. and Robertson, Peter E. (2012) "Trade and Expropriation", Economic Theory, 50, 1, 169-191

Rammohan, A. and Peter E. Robertson (2012) “Human Capital Kinship and Gender Inequality", Oxford Economic Papers, 64, 3, pp.417-438.




*Publications 1999-2015

Ye, Longfeng and Peter E. Robertson (2016) "On The existence of a Middle Income Trap" Economic Record (forthcoming)


Ang, James, Jakob Madsen and Peter E. Robertson, (2015) "Export Performance of the Asian Miracle Economies: The Role of Innovation and Product Variety" Canadian Journal of Economics 48, 1.

Das, Samarjit, Chetan Ghate, and Peter Robertson, (2015) "Remoteness, Urbanization and India's Unbalanced Growth", World Development, 66, 573-587

Peter E. Robertson (2014) "The Global Impact of China’s Growth" in The Oxford Companion to the Economics of China, Edited by Shenggen Fan, Ravi Kanbur, Shang-Jin Wei and Xiaobo Zhang

Peter E. Robertson (2014) "Is Australia More Secure in a Globalized World?" in Australian Foreign Policy: The Key Debates Daniel Baldino Anthony Langlois Andrew Carr (eds), Oxford University press

Robertson, P.E. (2013), Measuring the impact of the Chinese economy in China And The International System: Becoming a world power, Routledge , Abingdon, UK

Harris, Richard G. and Peter E. Robertson, (2013) “Trade, Wages and Skill Accumulation in the Emerging Giants”, Journal of International Economics, 89 pp.407-421.


Ghosh, A. and Robertson, Peter E. (2012) "Trade and Expropriation", Economic Theory, 50, 1, 169-191.

Rammohan, A. and Peter E. Robertson (2012) “Human Capital Kinship and Gender Inequality", Oxford Economic Papers, 64, 3, pp.417-438.

Rammohan, A. and Peter E. Robertson (2012) “Do Kinship Norms Influence Female Education?: Evidence from Indonesia” Oxford Development Studies 40, 3, pp. 283-304

Harris, R.G and Peter E. Robertson, and Jessica Xu (2011) "The International Effects of China’s Trade and Education Booms", The World Economy, 34, 10, pp.1703-1725.

Robertson, Peter E. (2011) “Deciphering the Hindu Growth Epic”, Indian Review of Development and Growth", 5, 1 55-69

Robertson, Peter E. (2011) "Clash of the Titans: Comparing India and China", chap. 14 in Rising China: Global Challenges and Opportunities, Jane Golley and Ligang Song (eds), ANU Press.

Robertson, Peter E. (2010) "Investment Led Growth in India: Fact or Mythology", Economic and Political Weekly, 45, 40, 120-124

Harris, Richard G. and Robertson, Peter E. (2010) “The Interaction Between Education, Skilled Migration and Trade” chapter 6, 115-135 in G. Dow, A. Eckert and D. West (eds) Industrial Organization, Trade and Social Interaction, Essays in Honour Of Curtis Eaton, University of Toronto Press, Toronto.

Landon-Lane, John S. and Robertson, Peter E. (2009) "Long-run growth in the OECD: A test of the parallel growth paths hypothesis", Explorations in Economic History, 46, 3, 346-355.

Landon-Lane, John S. and Robertson, Peter E. (2009) "Factor Accumulation and Growth Miracles in a Two-Sector Neoclassical Growth Model", The Manchester School, 77, 2.

Harris, Richard G. and Peter E. Robertson (2009) "Dynamic Gains And Market Access Insurance: Another look at the AUSFTA” Australian Economic Review, 42, 4,435 - 452.

Peter E. Robertson (2009) "Productivity Innovation and Growth" chap. 2 in Innovation Metrics Frammework, Department of Innovation, Industry, Science and Research.

Robertson, Peter E. (2008) "The Biggest Loser: Education and Skilled Immigration in Australia", Agenda, Vol. 15, 1.

Landon-Lane, John and Robertson, Peter E (2007) "Reassessing the Impact of Barriers to Capital Accumulation on International Income Differences", International Economic Review, 48, 1, 147-154.

Harris Richard R. G. and Peter E. Robertson, (2007) "The Dynamic Effects of The USA Productivity Boom on Australia", Economic Record, 83, s1 S35-S45.

Peter E. Robertson (2007) "Global Resources and Eco-Labels", Review of International Economics, Volume 15, Issue 4.

Melser, Daniel and Robertson, Peter E (2005), "Eco-labelling and the Trade-Environment Debate", The World Economy, 28, 1. 49-62.(Reprinted in Labelling

Strategies in Environmental Policy, Teisl M. (ed) Vol 26 of The International Library of Environmental Economics and Policy, Tietenberg, T, Morrison, W and Segerson, K.(eds) Ashgate Publishing, December 2007)

Peter E. Robertson, (2002), "Endogenous Growth and Demographic Change", Economics Letters, 74 , 2, 151-156.

Landon-Lane, John and Peter E. Robertson (2002) "Populate or Perish: Scale, Growth and Australia's Post War Immigration", in Levy, A. (ed), Inequality Migration and Growth chap. 12, Edward Elgar.

Peter E. Robertson, (2002) "Why The Tigers Roared: Capital Accumulation and the East Asian Miracle", Pacific Economic Review, Vol 7, No 2 June 2002.

Peter E. Robertson, (2000), "Diminished returns? Investment and the East Asia's Miracle, Economic Record , 76, 235, 343-354, December 2000.

Peter E. Robertson, (2000), "Human capital and the demand for unskilled labour in developing economies", Review of Development Economics, 4, 2, 175-183, February, 2000.

Peter E. Robertson, (1999), "Growth and the return to capital in developing economies" Oxford Economic Papers 51, 4 October , pp. 577-594.
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