Papers and publications

Papers on the Australian Economy Relevant to the Financial Crisis

Is Macroeconomics Dead? Monetary and Fiscal Policy in Historical Context – Oxford Review of Economic Policy 2005

Breaking the Australian Complacency of the 21st Century – Economic and Social Outlook Conference 2005

The Boom of 1989 – And Now – Sir Leslie Melville Lecture 2004

Charts to accompany The Boom of 1989 – And Now

Australian Economy

Dog Days: Australia After the Boom, Black Inc, Melbourne

Climate Change, China Booms and Australia’s Governance Struggle in a Changing World – The 2010 Hamer Oration, The University of Melbourne, 5 August 2010, Melbourne

The New Australian Resource Rent Tax – Public Lecture, The University of Melbourne, 20 May 2010, Melbourne

Video and transcript of The New Australian Resource Rent Tax – Public Lecture, The University of Melbourne, 20 May 2010, Melbourne

A Time For Prudence -Economic and Social Outlook Conference, Melbourne November 2009

Economic Society of Australia Distinguished Fellow 2009 Acceptance Speech – Adelaide September 2009

Harder Choices Ahead – Economic and Social Outlook Conference, Melbourne 2006

Australia as a Branch Office Economy – AustralianAgricultural and Resource Economics Society Conference 2002

Equity and Australian Development: Lessons from the First Century – Economic and Social Outlook Conference 2002

One System, Two Countries: Australia and New Zealand in the International Community – New Zealand Institute of International Affairs Conference 2000

Issues in Commonwealth-State Funding (with V. FitzGerald) – Australian Economic Review 2002

China

China’s New Strategy for Long-term Growth and Development: Imperatives and Implications – Ross Garnaut, Cai Fang and Ligang Song, Chapter 1 of China: A New Model for Growth and Development (edited by R. Garnaut, Cai Fang and Ligang Song), ANU Epress Canberra co-published with Social Sciences Academic Press China

China’s Climate Change Mitigation in International Context: Issues for Australia and China – Ross Garnaut, Chapter 14 of China: A New Model for Growth and Development (edited by R. Garnaut, Cai Fang and Ligang Song), ANU Epress Canberra co-published with Social Sciences Academic Press China

National Contributions to the Global Mitigation Effort – Keynote presentation to ‘The design and development of cost-effective market mechanisms for carbon emissions reductions in China: Economic modelling and international experience’, National Development and Reform Commission/State Information Centre Carbon Market Beijing International Workshop, Beijing, 31 January 2013

Australia’s China Resources Boom – article in the Australian Journal of Agricultural and Resource Economics 2011

Australian Opportunities through the Chinese Structural Transformation – article in the Australian Economic Review

The Turning Point In Chinese Economic Development: a conceptual framework and new empirical evidence – Chapter 2 of China: The Next Twenty Years of Reform and Development (edited by Ross Garnaut, Jane Golley and Ligang Song) ANU E Press, Canberra, co-published with the Social Sciences Academic Press (China)

The Turning Point In Chinese Development – East Asia Forum, 1 August 2010

China as a Great Power: Some Implications for Australia – Address to Australia China Business Council (Victoria Division) Melbourne, 13 May 2010

Macro-Economic Implications of the Turning Point – Debating the Lewis Turning Point in China Conference, Beijing 6 April 2010

Relations with China as a Great Power (transcript) – 2010 Asialink Chairman’s Welcome Keynote Address, Melbourne 18 February 2010

China and the Transition to a Low-Carbon National Economy – Beijing 25 September 2009

Thirty Years of Chinese Reform and Economic Growth – CCER Conference 2008

Australia, US and China: Open Regionalism in an Era ofBilateral FTAs – Asialink 2005

India, China and Australia: Lessons from Different Paths in Economic Reform – Sir John Crawford Lecture NCAER 2004

Australia and China: Risks in a Good Story – CEDA Conference: The China Story Resources & Beyond 2004

The Origins of Successful Economic Reform in China – China Center for Economic Research 2004

The Sustainability of Growth – China: Is Rapid Growth Sustainable? 2004

Restoring Old Threads: Deepening Relations in the Era of Reform in Two Countries – The China Education Centre 2002

Reform and Reorganisation of Monopolistic Industries: The Need for a China Internal Trade Organisation – China Development Forum 2001

The Emergence of Substantive Sino-Australian Relations 1983-88

International Trade

Requiem for Uldorama: A Plain But Useful Life – CEDA Trade Forum 2003

An Australia-United States Free Trade Agreement 2002

Catching up with America – China 2002, WTO Entry and World Recession 2002

Asia Pacific Development

A New Open Regionalism in the Asia Pacific – International Conference on World Economy 2004

Regional Stability in East Asia – Asia Pacific Economic Summit 2000

Publication List:

Books, Monographs and Theses

2013 (forthcoming) Dog Days: Australia after the boom, Black Inc, Collingwood.

2013 (with Cai Fang and Ligang Song (eds)), China: A New Model for Growth and Development, Australian National University E-Press, Canberra, co-published with the Social Sciences Academic Press (China).

2011 The Garnaut Review 2011: Australia in the Global Response to Climate Change, Cambridge University Press, Melbourne.

2010 What if Mainstream Science is Right? The Rout of Knowledge and Analysis in Australian Climate Change Policy (and a Chance of Recovery?), Academy Proceedings 1/2010 (Cunningham Lecture), Academy of the Social Sciences in Australia, Canberra.

2010 (with Jane Golley and Ligang Song (eds)) China: The Next 20 Years of Reform and Development, ANU E Press, Canberra, co-published with the Social Sciences Academic Press (China).

2009 (with David Llewellyn-Smith), The Great Crash of 2008, Melbourne University Publishing, Melbourne.

2009 (with Ligang Song and Wing Thye Woo (eds)), China’s New Place in a World in Crisis, Australian National University E-Press (Canberra), Brookings Institution Press (Washington) and Social Sciences Academic Press (China).

2008 The Garnaut Climate Change Review, Cambridge University Press, Melbourne, The Garnaut Climate Change Review

2007 (with Ligang Song (eds)), China: Linking Markets for Growth, Asia PacificPress, The Australian National University, Canberra

2006 (with Ligang Song (eds)), The Turning Point in China’s Economic Development,Asia Pacific Press, The Australian National University, Canberra

2005 (with Ligang Song (eds)), The China Boom and Its Discontents, Asia PacificPress, The Australian National University, Canberra.

2005 (with Ligang Song, Stoyan Tenev, Yang Yao ), China’s OwnershipTransformation, International Finance Corporation, Washington DC.

2004 (with Ligang Song (eds.)), China: Is Rapid Growth Sustainable?, Asia PacificPress, The Australian National University Press, Canberra.

2004 (with Ligang Song (eds.)), China’s Third Economic Transformation,RoutledgeCurzon, London.

2003 (with Ligang Song, (eds.)), China: New Engine of World Growth, Asia PacificPress, The Australian National University Press, Canberra.

2003 (with Rana Ganguly and Jongsoon Kang), Report to the Department ofImmigration and Multicultural and Indigenous Affairs, Migration to Australiaand Comparisons with the United States: Who Benefits?, Commonwealth ofAustralia, Canberra.

2002 (with Ligang Song, (eds.)), China 2002, WTO Entry and World Recession, AsiaPacific Press, The Australian National University, Canberra.

2002 Resource Management in Asia Pacific Developing Countries, (ed), Asia PacificPress, The Australian National University, Canberra.

2002 Review of Commonwealth-State Funding, Review of Commonwealth-StateFunding, Victoria.

2002 Pacific Economic Outlook 2002-03, Asia Pacific Press, The Australian NationalUniversity, Canberra.

2001 Social Democracy in Australia’s Asian Future, Asia Pacific Press, The AustralianNational University and Institute of Southeast Asian Studies, Singapore.

2001 (with Ligang Song, Yang Yao and Xiaolu Wang) Private Enterprise in China,Asia Pacific Press, The Australian National University, Canberra, andChina Centre for Economic Research, Peking University, Beijing.

2001 (with Huang Yiping (eds)), Growth Without Miracles, Oxford UniversityPress.

1999 (with Ligang Song (eds)), China: Twenty Years of Reform, Asia Pacific Press,The Australian National University, Canberra.

1998 (with Ross H. McLeod (eds)), East Asia in Crisis: from being a miracle to needingone?, Routledge, London and New York.

1996 Open Regionalism & Trade Liberalization: An Asia Pacific Contribution to theWorld Trade System, Institute of Southeast Asian Studies, Singapore.

1996 (with Guo Shutian and Ma Guonan (eds)), The Third Revolution in the ChineseCountryside, Cambridge University Press.

1995 (with E. Grilli and J. Riedel (eds), Sustaining Export-Oriented Development,Cambridge University Press.

1994 (with Peter Drysdale (eds)), Asia Pacific Regionalism: Readings in InternationalEconomic Relations, HarperEducation Publishers.

1994 Asian Market Economies: Challenges of a Changing International Environment,Institute of Southeast Asian Studies, Singapore.

1993 Structuring for Global Realities, Report of the Wool Industry ReviewCommittee, Department of Primary Industries and Energy, Canberra.

1992 (with Ma Guonan), Grain in China, Australian Government PublishingService, Canberra.

1992 (with Liu Guoguang (eds)), Economic Reform and Internationalisation: China andthe Pacific Region, Allen and Unwin, Sydney.

1989 Australia and the Northeast Asian Ascendancy, Australian GovernmentPublishing Service, Canberra.

1987 (with Kym Anderson), Australian Protectionism: Extent, Causes andEffects, Allen and Unwin, Sydney.1986 (with Christopher Findlay (eds)), The Political Economy of ManufacturingProtection: Experiences of ASEAN and Australia, Allen and Unwin, Sydney.

1984 (with Paul Baxter), Exchange Rate and Macro-economic Policy in IndependentPapua New Guinea, Australian National University, Pacific ResearchMonograph No.10.

1983 (with Anthony Clunies Ross), Taxation of Mineral Rents, Clarendon Press,Oxford.

1980 (ed) ASEAN in a Changing Pacific and World Economy, Australian NationalUniversity Press, Canberra.

1980 (with P.T. McCawley, (eds)), Indonesia: Dualism, Growth and Poverty,Australian National University, Research School of Pacific Studies,Canberra.

1979 (with C.G. Manning, in Indonesian language), Perubahan Sosial Ekonomidi Irian Jaya, Penerbit PT Gramedia, Jakarta.

1977 (with Michael Wright and Richard Curtain), Employment, Incomes andMigration in Papua New Guinea Towns, Institute of Applied Social andEconomic Research (Monograph No.6), Port Moresby.

1974 (ed.) “The Foreign Economic Relations of Papua New Guinea”, AustralianNational University, New Guinea Research Unit Bulletin, No.56, PortMoresby and Canberra.

1974 (with C. Manning), Irian Jaya: The Transformation of a Melanesian Economy, Australian National University Press, Canberra.

1972 Australian Trade with Southeast Asia: A Study of Resistances to Bilateral TradeFlows, Australian National University doctoral dissertation, Canberra.1968 (with R.K. Wilson), “A Survey of Village Industries in Papua NewGuinea”, The Australian National University, New Guinea Research UnitBulletin No.35, Port Moresby and Canberra.

Journal Articles and Chapters in Books

2013 (forthcoming) “The Carbon Tax: Early Experience and Future Prospects” in Adamson, D., Quiggin, J. and Quiggin, D. (eds) Carbon Pricing: Early Experiences and Future Prospects, Edward Elgar Publishing, Cheltenham, UK and Northampton, MA, USA.

2013 “A Chinese Perspective on Economic Development: The Views of Justin Yifu Lin”, The Australian Economic Review, Volume 46, Issue 3, pp. 387-94.

2013 “China’s Climate Change Mitigation in International Context”, in R. Garnaut, Cai Fang and Ligang Song (eds), China: A New Model for Growth and Development, Australian National University Epress and Social Sciences Academic Press China, Canberra and Beijing, pp. 281-300.

2013 “Making the International System Work for the Platinum Age” in D.S. Prasada Rao and Bart van Ark (eds), World Economic Performance: Past, Present and Future, Edward Elgar Publishing, Cheltenham, U.K, pp. 162-92.

2013 “China’s Contribution to the Global Mitigation Effort”, East Asia Forum Quarterly, Volume 5, Number 2, April-June 2013, pp. 28-29.

2013 “The Twenty Second Colin Clark Memorial Lecture: Removing Climate Change as a Barrier to Economic Progress”, Economic Policy and Analysis, Volume 43, Number 1, pp. 31-47.

2012 “Through the Looking Glass: Innovation in China in 20 Years’ Time”, The Australian Economic Review, Volume 45, Number 4, pp. 457-62.

2012 “Indonesia in the New World Balance”, in A. Reid (editor),  Indonesia Rising: The Repositioning of Asia’s Third Giant, Institute of Southeast Asian Studies, Singapore, pp. 14-27.

2012  “The contemporary China resources boom”, The Australian Journal of Agricultural and Resource Economics, Volume 56, Issue 2, pp. 222-243.

2011 “Australian Opportunities through the Chinese Structural Transformation”, The Australian Economic Review, Volume 44, Number 4, December 2011, pp. 437-45.

2011 “Making the international system work for the platinum age of Asian growth”, in S. Armstrong and V. T. Thanh (eds), International Institutions and Asian Development, Routledge Publishing, Abingdon and New York,  pp. 25-48.

2010 “Principles and Practice of Resource Rent Taxation”,  The Australian Economic Review, Volume 43, Number 4, December 2010, pp. 347-356.

2010 “The New Australian Resource Rent Tax: the resources super profits tax”, Insights: Melbourne Business and Economics, Volume 8, November 2010, pp. 11-19.

2010 “Thirty Years of Chinese Reform and Economic Growth” in J. Lin, Y. Yao and H. Wu (eds), Reform and Development in China: What Can China Offer the Developing World, Routledge Publishing, Cornwall, pp. 82-98.

2010 “Macro-Economic Implications of the Turning Point”, China Economic Journal, Volume 3, Number 2, pp. 181-190.

2010 “The Turning Point In Chinese Economic Development: a conceptual framework and new empirical evidence” Chapter 2 in R. Garnaut, J. Golley and L. Song (eds) China: The Next 20 Years of Reform and Development, ANU E Press, Canberra, co-published with the Social Sciences Academic Press (China), pp. 19-38.

2010 “Policy Framework for Transition to a Low-Carbon World Economy”, Asian Economic Policy Review, Volume 5, Issue 1, June 2010, pp. 19-33.

2010 “Climate Change and the Great Crash of 2008” in I. Jubb, P. Holper and W. Cai (eds), Managing Climate Change: Papers from the Greenhouse 2009 Conference, CSIRO Publishing, Victoria, pp. 17-28.

2009 (With Frank Jotzo, Stephen Howes and Peter Sheehan) “The Implications of Rapid Development for Emissions and Climate Change Mitigation”, in D. Helm and C. Hepburn (eds), The Economics and Policy of Climate Change, Oxford University Press, pp. 81-106.

2009 “China’s Place in a World in Crisis”, in R. Garnaut, Ligang Song and Wing Thye Woo (eds), China’s New Place in a World in Crisis, Australian National University E-Press (Canberra), Brookings Institution Press (Washington) and Social Sciences Academic Press (China).

2009   “Economic Society of Australia’s Distinguished Fellow for 2009 Acceptance Speech”, Economic Papers, Vol. 28, No. 3, September, 2009, pp. 184-185.

2009 “Climate Change and Indonesia: in honour of Panglaykim”, Bulletin ofIndonesian Economic Studies, Volume 45, Number 1, pp. 107-116.

2009 “Climate Change and Agricultural Mutation”, in A. G. Brown (editor),Agriculture in a Changing Climate: the new international research frontier, Record ofa conference conducted by the ATSE Crawford Fund, Parliament House,Canberra 3 September 2008, Goanna Print, Canberra, pp. 55-59.

2008 (With Frank Jotzo and Stephen Howes) “China’s rapid emissions growthand global climate change policy”, in L. Song and W. T. Woo (eds) China’sDilemma: Economic Growth, The Environment And Climate Change , Asia PacificPress, Canberra, pp. 170-189.

2008 “Will Climate Change Bring an End to the Platinum Age?”, Asian-PacificEconomic Literature, May 2008, Volume 22 Number 1, pp. 1-14.

2008 “Measuring the Immeasurable: the costs and benefits of climate changemitigation”, Asian-Pacific Economic Literature, November 2008, Volume 22Number 2, pp. 1-13.

2008 (With Ligang Song and Yang Yao) “Impact and Significance of State-Owned Enterprise Restructuring in China” in B. M. Fleisher, N. C. Hope,A. A. Pena (eds) Policy Reform and Chinese Markets: Progress and Challenges,Edward Elgar Publishing Ltd, Cheltenham, pp. 38-70.

2007 (with David Vines) “Regional Free-Trade Areas: sorting out the tangledspaghetti”, Oxford Review of Economic Policy, Volume 23, Number 3, 2007,pp. 508-527.

2007 “Sir John Grenfell Crawford” in J. E. King (editor) A BiographicalDictionary of Australian and New Zealand Economists, Edward ElgarPublishing, Cornwall, pp. 74-79.

2007 “One Man’s Contribution”, Quadrant, No. 436 (Vol. LI No. 5) May 2007pp. 90-91.

2006 “What does this mean for Australia?” in Conference Proceedings, GlobalForces 2006, Australian Strategic Policy Conference, Canberra, pp. 75-77.

2006 “Real Australians in Economics” in B. V. Lal and A. Ley (eds) The Coombs:A House of Memories, Research School of Pacific and Asian Studies, TheAustralian National University, Canberra, pp. 125-148.

2006 “The Turning Point in China’s Economic Development” in R. Garnautand L. Song (eds), The Turning Point in China’s Economic Development, AsiaPacific Press, The Australian National University, Canberra, pp. 1-11.

2006 (with Yiping Huang) “Continued Rapid Growth and the Turning Point inChina’s Economic Development”, in R. Garnaut and L. Song (eds), TheTurning Point in China’s Economic Development, Asia Pacific Press, TheAustralian National University, Canberra, pp. 12-34.

2006 (with Ligang Song) “China’s Resources Demand at the Turning Point”, inR. Garnaut and L. Song (eds), The Turning Point in China’s EconomicDevelopment, Asia Pacific Press, The Australian National University,Canberra, pp. 276-293.

2006 Review: “Bandung 1955: Non-Alignment and Afro-Asian Solidarity” byJamie Mackie (2005), Bulletin of Indonesian Economic Studies, 42 (1):117-8.

2006 Review: “Indonesia: The Great Transition” by John Bresnan (editor)(2006), Bulletin of Indonesian Economic Studies, 42 (3):389-90.

2006 (with Ligang Song and Yang Yao) “Impact and Significance of State-Owned Enterprise Restructuring in China”, The China Journal, No. 55,pp.35-63.

2006 “Institutional Frameworks to Promote Productive Outcomes”, in ProductiveReform in a Federal System, Australian Government ProductivityCommission, Canberra, pp.85-95.

2005 “Is Macroeconomics Dead? Monetary and Fiscal Policy in HistoricalContext”, Oxford review of Economic Policy, Vol. 21, No.4, pp.524-531.

2005 “The Sustainability and Some Consequences of Chinese EconomicGrowth”, The Australian Journal of International Affairs, Vol. 59, No. 4, pp.509-518.

2005 “The China boom and its discontents”, in Ross Garnaut and Ligang Song(eds), The China Boom and Its Discontents Asia Pacific Press, The AustralianNational University, Canberra, pp.xiii-xx.

2005 “Is growth built on high investment sustainable?”, in Ross Garnaut andLigang Song (eds), The China Boom and Its Discontents, Asia Pacific Press, TheAustralian National University, Canberra.

2005 “A New Open Regionalism in the Asia Pacific”, in Hadi Soesastro andEduaro Pedrosa (eds), The Future of APEC and Regionalism in Asia Pacific:Perspectives from the Second Track, Centre for Strategic and InternationalStudies (CSIS) and Pacific Economic Cooperation Council (PECC),pp.108-129.

2004 “The Sustainability of Growth: history and prospects”, in Ross Garnautand Ligang Song (eds), China: is Rapid Growth Sustainable?, Asia PacificPress, The Australian National University, Canberra, pp. 1-22.

2004 “Australian Security and Free Trade with America”, in Jianfu Chen andGordon Walker (eds.), Balancing Act: law, Policy and Politics in Globalisationand Global Trade, The Federation Press, NSW, pp. 53-57.

2004 (with Ligang Song), “Private enterprise in China: development, constraintsand policy implications” in Ross Garnaut and Ligang Song (eds), China’sThird Economic Transformation, RoutledgeCurzon, London, pp. 1-14.

2004 (with Ligang Song), “Correcting constraints to private enterprisedevelopment: lessons from a private sector survey” in Ross Garnaut andLigang Song (eds), China’s Third Economic Transformation, RoutledgeCurzon,London, pp. 225-235.

2004 “Discussion” in William Tow (ed.), Changing Utterly? Australia’s InternationalPolicy in an Uncertain Age, Lowy Institute for International Policy, Sydney,pp. 128-136.

2003 “China: new engine of world growth”, in Ross Garnaut and Ligang Song(eds), China: New Engine of World Growth, Asia Pacific Press, The AustralianNational University, Canberra, pp.1-18.

2003 “Australian Population Choices: An Economics Perspective”, in SteveVizard, Hugh J. Martin and Tim Watts (eds), Australia’s Population Challenge,Penguin Books Australia, pp. 49-70.

2003 “Lessons from Australia’s Experience of Economic Policy andDevelopment”, in Peter Dawkins and Paul Kelly (eds), Hard Heads, SoftHearts: A New Reform Agenda for Australia, Allen and Unwin, pp. 25-32.

2003 “The Future Choice” in Peter Dawkins and Paul Kelly (eds), Hard Heads,Soft Hearts: A New Reform Agenda for Australia, Allen and Unwin, pp. 100-101.

2002 “A Case of Mistaken Identity”, in R. G. Ward and S. W. Serjeantson (eds),Flying in Papua New Guinea, Pandanus Books, The Australian NationalUniversity, Canberra, pp. 93-97.

2002 “Australia: A Case Study of Unilateral Trade Liberalization”, in JagdishBhagwati (ed), Going Alone, MIT Press, Cambridge, Massachusetts, pp. 139-166.

2002 “Australia as a Branch Office Economy”, Australian Journal of Agriculture andResource Economics, Vol.46, Issue 3, pp. 447-461.

2002 “Equity and Australian Development: Lessons from the First Century”, inThe Australian Economic Review, Vol. 35, No. 3, pp.227-243.

2002 (with V.FitzGerald), “Issues in Commonwealth-State Funding”, in TheAustralian Economic Review, Vol.35, No.3, pp. 290-300.

2002 “An Australia-United States free trade agreement”, in Australian Journal ofInternational Affairs, Vol. 56, No. 1, pp.123-141.

2002 “Catching up with America”, in Ross Garnaut and Ligang Song (eds),CHINA 2002, WTO Entry and World Recession, Asia Pacific Press, Canberra,pp. 1-16.

2002 “Reflections on the New Institutional Economics”, in Ross Garnaut (ed)Resource Management in Asia Pacific Developing Countries, Asia Pacific Press,Canberra, pp. 1-9.

2002 “Immigration: Who wins and who loses”, Conference proceedings,Migration: Benefiting Australia, Department of Immigration and Multiculturaland Indigenous Affairs, 7-8 May, Sydney, pp. 131-164.

2002 “ANZUS and Australia’s Security in Asia”, Conference proceedings, TheUnited States-Australia Alliance in an East Asian Context, in ConferenceProceedings, (compiled by H. Albinski and R. Dalrymple) in The UnitedStates-Australia Alliance in an East Asian Context, The University of Sydney,Sydney, pp.159-196.

2001 “Twenty Years of Economic Reform and Structural Change in the ChineseEconomy”, in Ross Garnaut and Yiping Huang (eds), Growth WithoutMiracles, Oxford University Press, London, pp. 1-18.

2001 (with Guonan Ma), “Economic Growth and Stability in China”, in RossGarnaut and Yiping Huang (eds), Growth Without Miracles, OxfordUniversity Press, London, pp. 88-102.

2001 (with Yiping Huang), “China’s Integration into the World Economy”, inRoss Garnaut and Yiping Huang (eds), Growth Without Miracles, OxfordUniversity Press, London, pp.436-458.

2000 “APEC ideas and reality: History and Prospects”, in Ippei Yamazawa (ed),Asia Pacific Economic Cooperation (APEC), Challenges and tasks for the twenty-firstcentury, Routledge, London, pp. 1-18.

2000 (with Yiping Huang), “China and the future of the international tradingsystem”, in Peter Drysdale and Ligang Song (eds), China’s Entry to the WTO,Routledge Publishing, London, pp. 7-29.

2000 “One System: Two Countries, Australia and New Zealand in theInternational Community”, Bruce Brown (ed.), East Timor – TheConsequences, New Zealand Institute of International Affairs, VictoriaUniversity of Wellington, pp. 46-59.

2000 (with A.I. Clunies Ross), “Uncertainty, Risk Aversion and the Taxing ofNatural Resource Projects”, Paul Stevens (ed), The Economics of Energy, Vol.II, Edward Elgar Publishing, UK, pp 116-131.

2000 “East Asia after the financial crisis”, in Peter Drysdale (ed.), Reform andRecovery in East Asia, Routledge Publishing, London, pp. 13-28.

2000 Introduction: “China’s interest in APEC”, with Ligang Song and PeterDrysdale, in Peter Drysdale, Zhang Yunling and Ligang Song (eds), APECand Liberalisation of the Chinese Economy, Asia Pacific Press, The AustralianNational University, Canberra, pp. 15-25.

2000 (with Dominic Wilson), The East Asian Financial Crisis: Regional andGlobal Responses”, in Uri Dadush, Dipak Dasgupta and Marc Uzan (eds),Private Capital Flows in the Age of Globalization, Edward Elgar Publishing, UK,pp. 63-80.

2000 “Indonesia-Australia Relations and East Timor” in Chris Manning andPeter Van Diermen, (eds), Indonesia In Transition, Institute of SoutheastAsian Studies, Singapore, pp. 87-90.

1999 “Twenty years of economic reform and structural change in the ChineseEconomy” in Ross Garnaut and Ligang Song (eds), China: Twenty Years ofReform, Asia Pacific Press, Canberra, pp. 1-16.

1999 “Food Security in China: Self-Sufficiency or International Cooperation?”in K. P. Kalirajan and Y. Wu (eds), Productivity and Growth in ChineseAgriculture, Macmillian Press Limited, London, pp.221-238.

1999 “Exchange Rates in the East Asian Crisis” in ASEAN Economic Bulletin,‘Southeast Asia’s Economic Crisis: Origins, Lessons and the WayForward’, Vol.15, No.3.

1999 “Economic Reform in India and China” in Ric Shand (ed.), EconomicLiberalisation in South Asia, Macmillian, New Delhi, pp.320-337.

1998 “The East Asian Crisis” in Ross H. McLeod and Ross Garnaut (eds), EastAsia in Crisis: from being a miracle to needing one?, Routledge, London and NewYork, pp. 3-27.

1998 “Economic Lessons” in Ross H. McLeod and Ross Garnaut (eds), EastAsia in Crisis: from being a miracle to needing one?, Routledge, London and NewYork, pp.352-366.

1998 “ASEAN and the Regionalization and Globalization of World Trade” inASEAN Economic Bulletin, Volume 14, No.3, pp. 215-223.

1998 “The Financial Crisis: a watershed in economic thought about East Asia”,Asian-Pacific Economic Literature, Volume 12, No.1, pp.1-11.

1998 “Europe and Asia Pacific Economic Cooperation”, in Peter Drysdale andDavid Vines (eds), Europe, East Asia and APEC, A Shared Global Agenda?,Cambridge University Press, pp.277-291.

1997 “Australian Cars in a Global Economy”, in The Australian Economic Review,vol.30, No.4, pp.359-373.

1996 (with Yiping Huang), “China and the Future International Trading System”in China and East Asia Trade Policy, Pacific Economic Papers, Vol. III, No.250, pp. 2.1-2.26.

1996 (with Ma Guonan), “The Third Revolution”, in Ross Garnaut, GuoShutian and Ma Guonan (eds), The Third Revolution in the Chinese Countryside,Cambridge University Press, pp. 1-9.

1996 (with Ma Guonan), “China’s Grain demand: Recent Experience andProspects to the Year 2000”, in Ross Garnaut, Guo Shutian and MaGuonan (eds) The Third Revolution in the Chinese Countryside, CambridgeUniversity Press, pp. 38-62.

1996 (with Fang Cai and Yiping Huang), “A Turning Point in China’sAgricultural Development”, in Ross Garnaut, Guo Shutian and MaGuonan (eds) The Third Revolution in the Chinese Countryside, CambridgeUniversity Press, pp. 185-200.

1996 (with Ma Guonan), “The Grain Economy of Guangdong:Internationalisation or East Asian Style Protectionism?”, in Ross Garnaut,Guo Shutian and Ma Guonan (eds) The Third Revolution in the ChineseCountryside, Cambridge University Press, pp. 201-218.

1996 “Economic Reform in India and China: An Essay in Honor of HeinzWolfgang Arndt”, in Journal of Asian Economics, Vol. 7, No. 1, pp.29-47.

1996 “Sino-Australian Economic Relations, 1983-95”, in Colin Mackerras (ed.),Australia and China: Partners in Asia, Griffith University, Brisbane, pp. 69-89.

1996 “The Asia-Pacific: Role Model and Engine of Growth” in Globalisation andLinkages to 2020, Challenges and Opportunities for OECD Countries, OECDProceedings, June, Paris.

1995 “The Bogor Declaration on Asia-Pacific Trade Liberalisation”, AustralianQuarterly, Vol. 67, No.2, pp. 28-42.

1995 (with Peter Drysdale) “East Asia in the International System: Asia PacificEconomic Cooperation and the Challenge of Discriminatory Trade”, in R.Garnaut, E. Grilli & J. Riedel (eds), Sustaining Export-Oriented Development, ,Cambridge University Press, pp.130-150.

1995 (with Peter Drake) “H.W. Arndt – Distinguished Fellow”, in EconomicRecord, Vol 71, No 212, pp 1-8.

1995 “Mining: Dilemmas of Governance”, in Conference Proceedings: Mining andMineral Resource Policy Issues in Asia-Pacific Prospects for the 21st Century, TheAustralian National University, pp. 61-66.

1994 “Trade Liberalization and the Washington Consensus in Australia”, in J.Williamson (ed.), The Political Economy of Policy Reform, Institute ofInternational Economics, Washington, pp. 51-72.

1994 “The Wool Report”, The Sydney Papers, Vol.6, No.1, pp.13-22.

1994 “Trade and Tariffs and Australian Business”, in R.G. Stewart (ed.),Government and Business Relations in Australia, Allen & Unwin, pp. 225-241.

1994 “The New Gold Mountain and the Young Tree Green”, in D. Grant andG. Seal (eds), Australia in the World: Perceptions and Possibilities, Black SwanPress, Curtin University of Technology, Perth, pp. 224-232.

1994 “The Floating Dollar and the Australian Structural Transition: Some AsiaPacific Context”, The Economic Record, Vol.70, March, pp. 80-86.

1994 “Open Regionalism: Its Analytic Basis and Relevance to the InternationalSystem”, Journal of Asian Economics, Vol.5, No.2, pp. 273-290.

1994 “Trade intensities and the analysis of bilateral trade flows in a manycountryworld: a survey”, in R Garnaut and P. Drysdale (eds), Asia PacificRegionalism: Readings in International Economic Relations, HarperEducation,Sydney, pp. 20-35.

1994 “Principles of Pacific economic integration”, in R Garnaut and P. Drysdale(eds), Asia Pacific Regionalism: Readings in International Economic Relations,HarperEducation, Sydney, pp. 48-61

1993 (with Peter. Drysdale) “NAFTA and the Asia-Pacific Region: StrategicResponses” in R.Cushing, J. Higley, et al. (eds) The Challenge of NAFTA,University of Texas Press, pp.103-122.

1993 “Economic and Trade Outlook for the Region”, Institute of Public Affairs,Canberra, February.

1993 “The Market and the State in Economic Development: Applications tothe International System”, Singapore Economic Review, No.2, pp.13-26.

1993 (with Guonan Ma) “Economic Growth and Stability in China”, Journal ofAsian Economics, Vol.4.No.1, pp. 5-24.

1993 (with Guonan Ma) “How Rich is China: Evidence from the FoodEconomy”, Australian Journal of Chinese Affairs, No.30, pp.121-148.

1993 “Getting Off The Sheep’s Back”, 9th Stan Kelly Memorial Lecture, EconomicSociety of Australia (Victorian Branch), 13 July 1993.

1993 (with Peter Drysdale) “The Pacific: An Application of a General Theoryof Economic Integration”, in C.F. Bergsten and M. Noland (eds.), PacificDynamism and the International Economic System, Washington DC, pp.183-224.

1993 “The Market and the State in Economic Development: Some Questionsfrom East Asia and Australia” in M.A.B. Siddique (ed.), A Decade of ShannMemorial Lectures 1981-90 & The Australian Economy, Academic PressInternational, pp.303-323.

1992 “China’s Reforms in International Context”, in Ross Garnaut and LiuGuoguang (eds), Economic Reforms and Internationalisation, Allen and Unwin,Sydney.

1992 “Australia’s Asia Pacific Journey”, Australian Quarterly, Vol.64, No.4.

1991 “Economic Stability and Growth in the Pacific: An Overview”, in M. Ariff(ed.) The Pacific Economy: Growth and External Stability, Allen and Unwin, pp.11-26.

1991 “Expanded Thoughts on Australia and the Northeast Asian Ascendancy”,in Northeast Asian Challenge: Debating the Garnaut Report, CanberraStudies in World Affairs, No.27, Department of International Relations,Australian National University, pp. 131-149.

1991 “Exchange Rate Regimes in the Asian-Pacific Region”, Asian-PacificEconomic Literature, Vol.5 No. 1, pp.5-26.

1991 “Do We Have to Choose Europe or Asia?”, in J. Beaumont (ed.) The NewEurope: East and West. Proceedings of the 17th National Conference of theAustralian Institution of International Affairs, March, pp.132-143.

1991 “The End of Protection and the Beginnings of a Modern IndustrialEconomy: Australia in the 1990s”, The Australian Quarterly, Autumn, pp.15-23.

1991 “Economic Reform and Internationalisation: Analytic Issues andHistorical Experience”, paper presented to the 19th Pacific Trade andDevelopment Conference, 27-30 May, Beijing.

1991 “Trade and Industry Policy”, Economic Papers, Vol.10, No.2, pp 18-33.

1991 “The 1990s in the Region – Economic”, in S. Harris and J. Cotton (eds),The End of the Cold War in Northeast Asia, Lynne Rienner Publishers, Inc.pp. 244-248.

1991 “Global Challenge”, in Internationalising Australia’s Economy, AustralianJournal of Management, pp.218-225.

1991 “Reflections on South Africa”, The Sydney Papers, Spring, Vol.3, No.3,pp.55- 64.

1991 “Trade and Industry Policy after the Uruguay Round”, in M. Costa and M.Easson (eds), Australian Industry – What Policy? Pluto Press, Leichhardt,pp.47-68.

1991 “Overview: The Role of Technology in Increasing Australia’s Share ofInternational Trade”, in Australian Competitiveness – The Vital Role ofTechnology, Australian Academy of Technological Sciences andEngineering, Parkville, pp.155-165.

1990 “Procrustean Beds and Scholarly Myths: Cases from Australia andNortheast Asia”, Australian Journal of International Affairs, May, 45-51.

1989 (with Peter Drysdale), “A Pacific Free Trade Area?” in Jeffrey J. Schott(ed.), Free Trade Areas and US Trade Policy, Institute for InternationalEconomics, Washington D.C.

1989 “Economic Issues”, in G. Klintworth (ed.) China’s Crisis: The InternationalImplications, Strategic and Defence Studies Centre, No.57, pp. 102-108.1988 “China: Asia’s Giant”, Australian Economic Papers, Vol. 27, No.51,December.

1988 “China: One Country, Two Systems”, The 1988 Morrison Lecture, TheAustralian National University, Canberra.

1987 (with Mohamed Ariff, Hal Hill and Pang Eng Fong), “Economic RelationsBetween ASEAN and Australia”, The Economic Record, March, 63 (180),pp.1-9.

1985 (with Kym Anderson), “Australia’s Trade Growth with DevelopingCountries”, The Developing Economies, 23, 2, (June), pp.121-37.

1984 (with Craig Emerson), “Mineral Leasing Policy: Competitive Bidding andthe Resource Rent Tax Given Various Responses to Risk”, The EconomicRecord, June, Vol.60 (169), pp.133-142.

1984 (with Craig Emerson and Anthony Clunies Ross), “Mining Taxation inIndonesia”, Bulletin of Indonesian Economic Studies, Vol. 20, No. 2.

1983 “International Trade Policy and the Labour Market in Australia”, in KeithHancock et al. (eds), Japanese and Australian Labour Markets: A ComparativeStudy, Australia-Japan Research Centre, Canberra and Tokyo.

1983 “Protection, Structural Adjustment and Development”, in John Langmoreand David Peetz (eds), Wealth, Poverty & Survival, Allen and Unwin, pp.161-170.

1982 (with Peter Drysdale), “Trade Intensities and the Analysis of Bilateral TradeFlows in a Many-Country World”, Hitotsubashi Journal of Economics, 22, 2,February, p.62-84.

1982 “Fiscal Policies and Resource Rents in the Extraterritorial Oceans”, in H.E.English and Anthony Scott, (eds), Renewable Resources in the Pacific,International Development Resource Centre, Ottawa.

1981 “Australian Trade Policy and Western Pacific Economic Growth”,Economic Papers, 68 (June), pp.14-30.

1981 (with Peter Drysdale and Ben Smith), “Osutoraria no kogyo kaihatsu niokeru boeki to toshi mondai” [“Trade and Investment Issues inAustralia’s Mineral Developments”], in Ippei Yamazawa and MakotoIkema (eds), Shigen boeki no keizaigaku [Economics of Resource Trade],Bunshindo, Tokyo.

1980 “The Framework of Economic Policy-Making Under the First SomareGovernment”, in John Ballard (ed.), Policy-Making in a New State: PapuaNew Guinea 1972-77, Queensland University Press, Brisbane.

1980 “The Neo-Marxist Paradigm in Papua New Guinea”, Journal of Politics andHistory.

1980 (with Kym Anderson), “ASEAN Export Specialisation and the Evolutionof Comparative Advantage in the Western Pacific Region”, in RossGarnaut (ed.), ASEAN in a Changing Pacific and World Economy.

1980 “General Repercussions of the Minerals Boom in the SegmentedIndonesian Economy”, in Ross Garnaut and P.T. McCawley (eds),Indonesia; Dualism, Growth and Poverty.

1980 (with Peter McCawley), “The Indonesian Dilemma on Growth and Equity”,in Ross Garnaut and Peter McCawley (eds), Indonesia: Dualism, Growth andPoverty.

1980 “Australia in the Western Pacific Economy”, in Sir John Crawford andGreg Seow (eds), Pacific Economic Co-operation: Suggestions for Action,Heinemann Educational Books, pp.91-95.

1979 (with A.I. Clunies Ross), “The Neutrality of the Resource Rent Tax”,Economic Record, Vol.55 (150), September.

1979 (with H.W. Arndt), “ASEAN and the Industrialisation of East Asia”,Journal of Common Market Studies, March.

1979 “Aid, Natural Resources and Development”, in R.T. Shand and H.V.Richter (ed.), International Aid: Some Political, Administrative and TechnicalRealities, Development Studies Centre (Monograph No.16), AustralianNational University, Canberra.

1979 “Survey of Recent Developments”, Bulletin of Indonesian EconomicStudies, November.

1979 “The Application of a Resource Rent Tax to the Australian MiningSector”, in B. Smith (ed.), Taxation of the Mining Industry, AustralianNational University Centre for Resource and Environmental Studies,Canberra.

1979 “Port Moresby”, in R.J. May (ed.), The Urban Household Survey: TownProfiles, Institute of Applied Social and Economic Research (MonographNo.12), Port Moresby.

1979 “Australia’s Shrinking Markets”, in L.B. Krause and Sueo Sekiguchi (eds),Economic Interaction in the Pacific Basin, Brookings Institution,Washington D.C. (also published in Japanese by the Japan EconomicResearch Centre, Tokyo).

1978 “Economic Instability in Small Nations: Macro-economic Responses”, inR.T. Shand (ed.), The Island States of the Pacific and Indian Oceans,Development Studies Centre (Monograph Series), Australian NationalUniversity, Canberra.

1978 “Trade Pressures from Abroad”, Economic Papers, No.59.

1978 “Industrialisation in Southeast and East Asia and Some Implications forAustralia”, in W. Kasper and T.G. Parry (eds), Growth, Trade and StructuralChange in an Open Australian Economy, Centre for Applied EconomicResearch, University of New South Wales, Sydney.

1978 “The Importance of Industrialisation in Southeast and East Asia to anOpen Australian Economy”, in P. Drysdale and K. Kojima (eds),Australia-Japan Economic Relations in the International Context: Recent Experienceand the Prospects Ahead, Australia-Japan Economic Relations ResearchProject, Canberra.

1978 (with A.I. Clunies Ross), “Alternative Approach to the Taxation of NaturalResource Projects”, in Sir John Crawford and Saburo Okita (eds), RawMaterials and Pacific Economic Integration, Croom Helm, London, 1978,pp.271-287.

1978 “Resource Trade and the Development Process in Developing Countries”,in L.B. Krause and H. Patrick (eds), Mineral Resources in the Pacific Area,Federal Reserve Bank of San Francisco, San Francisco.

1977 “Urban Growth – An Interpretation of Trends and Choices”, in R.J. May(ed), Change and Movement: Readings on Internal Migration in Papua New Guinea,Australian National University Press, Canberra.

1977 (with A.I. Clunies Ross), “A New Tax for Natural Resource Projects”, inM.Crommelin and A.R. Thompson (eds), Mineral Leasing as an Instrument of PublicPolicy, University of British Columbia Press, Vancouver.

1976 “Problems of the Small Host Country: Papua New Guinea Experience”,in Leslie V. Castle and Sir Frank Holmes (eds), Cooperation and Developmentin the Asia Pacific Region – Relations Between Large and Small Countries, JapanEconomic Research Centre, Tokyo.

1976 “Resources Scarcity and the International Distribution of Income:Australia, Japan and Papua New Guinea”, in E.P. Wolfers (ed.), Australia’sNorthern Neighbour, Nelson and Company, Melbourne.

1975 (with Anthony Clunies Ross), “Uncertainty, Risk Aversion and the Taxingof Natural Resource Projects”, Economic Journal, June.

1975 “Neo-colonialism and Independence: Papua New Guinea’s Relations withAustralia and Japan”, Australia-Japan Economic Relations Research Paper; alsoNew Guinea Research Unit Discussion Paper No. 6.

1975 (with Jenny Corbett), “Japan and the Resource-Rich Developing Countries”,Australia-Japan Economic Relations Research Paper.

1974 “Exploring Why Some People Come to Town”, Papua New Guinea SocialSciences Journal, No.1 (1).

1974 (with A.I. Clunies Ross), “Using Natural Resources to Achieve NationalGoals”, Papua New Guinea Social Sciences Journal, Vol 1 (1).

1974 “The Melanesian Economies in the International Community”, in RossGarnaut (ed.) The Foreign Economic Relations of Papua New Guinea.

1974 (with R.J. May), “Towards a Papua New Guinea Trade Policy”, in RossGarnaut (ed.), The Foreign Economic Relations of Papua New Guinea.

1973 (with C.G. Manning), “An Economic Survey of West Irian: Part II”,Bulletin of Indonesian Economic Studies, March.

1973 (with C.G. Manning, in Indonesian language), “Beperapa PemikiranTentang Kebijaksanaan di Irian Jaya”, Irian, II (3), October, pp.56-61.

1973 “National Objectives and the Choice of Industries”, in A.I. Clunies Rossand John Langmore (eds), Alternative Strategies for Papua New Guinea, OxfordUniversity Press, Melbourne.

1972 “Independent Fiji in the World Economy”, Economic Record, Vol.48 (121),March.

1972 “Problems of Inequality”, New Guinea and Australia, The Pacific andSoutheast Asia, Vol. 7 (3), September/October.

1972 (with C.G. Manning), “An Economic Survey of West Irian: Part I”,Bulletin of Indonesian Economic Studies, November.

1971 “Policy for Timber Processing”, Bulletin of Indonesian Economic Studies,November.

1970 “The Balance of Trade, Comparative Advantage and DevelopmentPriorities”, Search, Vol.1 (1), November.