DIPENDRA SINHA

Current Position:

Professor of Economics, College of Asia Pacific Management

Ritsumeikan Asia Pacific University

JAPAN

Email : dsinha@apu.ac.jp

Telephone: 81-977-78-1214(Office)

EDUCATION

University of Nebraska-Lincoln, USA

Ph.D. in Economics

University of Calcutta, Calcutta, India

M.A. in Economics

B.A. in Economics with Honors

RESEARCH FIELDS

Economic Development

Applied Econometrics    

Industrial Organization and Regulation

International Economics

TEACHING FIELDS

Economic Development

Industrial Organization and Regulation

International Economics

Microeconomics and Macroeconomics        

Statistics and Econometrics

 

SCHOLARLY ACTIVITIES

JOURNAL REFEREE AND REVIEWER:

Referee, Journal of Economics and Finance, 2002.

Referee, Australian Journal of Labour Economics, 2002.

Referee, Japan and the World Economy, 2001.

Referee, Economics Letters, 2001.

Referee, Journal of Comparative Economics, 1999.

Referee, Journal of Applied Business Research, 1998-

Referee, International Economic Journal, 1996-

Referee, Academy of International Business Proceedings, 1997.

Referee, Proceedings of the Fifth International Conference on Applied Demography, 1994-96.

Consultant/Reviewer, Choice: Book Review Magazine, 1986-91.

Editorial Review Board, Central State Business Review, 1990.

Referee, American Economist, 1989-90.

Referee, Quarterly Journal of Business and Economics, 1989.

Referee, The Journal of Economics, 1986.

HONORS

Marquis Who’s Who in the World, 16th Edition, 1999 (and subsequent editions).

Listed in the top 500 economists around the world on the basis of the number of journal articles included in the ECONLIT database of the American Economic Association (http://student.ulb.ac.be/~tcoupe/ranklab11.html)

Award for Excellence in Research, University of Nebraska.-Lincoln, 1985-86

Award for Excellence in Teaching, Department of Economics, University of Nebraska-Lincoln, 1986-87

RESEARCH AREAS

Applied Econometrics, Economic Development, International Economics and Industrial Economics

BOOKS:

1. Aspects of India’s Economic Liberalization (with Tapen Sinha) (New York: Novascience) (forthcoming)

2. Deregulation and Liberalisation of the Airline Industry: Asia, Europe, North America and Oceania (Aldershot, UK and Brookfield, USA: Ashgate) (2001)

BOOK CHAPTERS:

The Marshall-Lerner-Robinson Condition and Trade Elasticities in Five Asian Countries,” in Manas Chatterji and Partha Gangopadhyay (Eds.) Globalization and Economic Reforms (Cheltenham, UK: Edward Elgar) (forthcoming)

2. “The Rise of Entrepreneurship in India,” in Parthasarathi Banerjee and Frank-Jürgen Richter (Eds.) The Future of India: Liberalization, Globalization, and the New Economy (London: Palgrave and New York: Macmillan) (forthcoming)

3. “The Schumpeterian Entrepreneur, Economic Development and Developing Countries,” in Vittorangelo Orati and S. Bhagwan Dahiya (Eds.) Economic Theory in the Light of Schumpeter's Scientific Heritage, Vol. 1 (2001) (Rohtak, India: Spellbound Publishers), 209-216.

 4. “The Relevance of the New Growth Theory to Developing Countries,” in S. Bhagwan Dahiya (Ed.) The Current State of Economic Science, Vol. 5 (1999) (Rohtak, India: Spellbound Publications), 2457-2466.

5. “How Have the Retirement Patterns Changed in the Industrialised Countries and What Can We Learn from Them?” (with Tapen Sinha) in Early Retirement Seminar  (Canberra: Australian Government Publishing Service) (1996), 237-254.

 PUBLICATIONS IN REFEREED JOURNALS/REFEREED PROCEEDINGS:

6. “Rankings of Australian Economics Departments, 1988-2000,” (with Joseph Macri) Economic Record (forthcoming)

7. “Saving-Investment Relationships for Japan and Other Asian Countries,” Japan and the World Economy (Vol. 14, January 2002), 1-23.

8. “A Note on Trade Elasticities in Asian Countries,” International Trade Journal (Vol. 15, Summer 2001), 221-237.

9. “Financial Development and Economic Growth: The Case for Eight Asian Countries,” (with Joseph Macri) Economia Internazionale (Vol. 55, May 2001), 219-237.

10. “Output Variability and Economic Growth: The Case for Australia.” (with Joseph Macri) Journal of Economics and Finance (Vol. 24, Fall 2000), 275-282.

11. “What's New in the 'New' Growth Theory?” Indian Economic Journal (Vol. 47, April-June 1999-2000), 55-57.

12. “Tests of Granger Causality Between Saving and Economic Growth in the Philippines,” Journal of Social and Economic Development (Vol. 3, July-December 2000), 200-207.

13. “An Aggregate Import Demand Function for Greece,”  (with Tapen Sinha) Atlantic Economic Journal (Vol. 28, June 2000), 196-209.

14. “Do Exports Promote Savings in African Countries?” Economia Internazionale (Vol. 52, August 1999), 383-395.

15. “Savings and Economic Growth in Sri Lanka,” Indian Journal of Applied Economics (Vol. 8, July-September 1999), 163-174.

16.  “The Relation between Openness and Economic Growth: Postwar Evidence from 124 Countries,”  (with Tapen Sinha) Seoul Journal of Economics  (Vol. 12, Spring 1999), 67-84.

17. "Evolution of Economic Regulation and Deregulation of Airlines in the USA,"  Journal of Transport History (Vol. 20, March 1999), 46-64.

18. “The Long Run Relationship between Export and Import of Pakistan,” Indian Economic Journal  (Vol. 46, January-March 1998-99), 104-109.

19. “The Role of Saving in Pakistan’s Economic Growth,” Journal of Applied Business Research  (Vol. 15, Winter 1998-99), 79-85.

20. “Government Expenditure and Economic Growth in Malaysia,” Journal of Economic Development (Vol. 45, December 1998), 71-80.

21. “Savings and Economic Growth in Thailand,” Philippine Review of Economics and Business (Vol. 35, December 1998), 177-186.

22. “Cart Before the Horse? The Saving-Growth Nexus in Mexico,” (with Tapen Sinha) Economics Letters (Vol. 61, October 1998), 43-47.

23. “Neo-Marxian Theories of Underdevelopment and Development: How Relevant Are They?” Indian Journal of Economics  (Vol. 79, October 1998), 153-161.

24. “Tests of the Maizels’ hypothesis for Latin American Countries,” Studies in Economics and Finance (Vol. 19, Fall 1998), 103-118.

25. “Exports and Savings in Asia: A Re-examination,” Journal for Studies in Economics and Econometrics  (Vol. 22, August 1998), 77-86.

26. “Economic Growth and Government Expenditure in India: A Time Series Analysis,” International Review of Economics and Business (Vol. 45, April-June 1998), 263-274.

27. “Macroeconometric Modelling of Saving and Investment for MERCOSUR Countries,” (with Tapen Sinha) Estudios Economicos (Vol. 13, January-June 1998), 57-72.

28. “An Exploration of the Long Run Relationship between Saving and Investment in the Developing Economies: A Tale of Latin American Countries,” (with Tapen Sinha) Journal of Post Keynesian Economics (Vol. 20, Spring 1998), 435-443.

29.  “The Long Run Relationship Between Saving and Investment in India” (with Tapen Sinha) Indian Economic Journal (Vol. 45, July-September 1997-98), 118-23.

30. “Determinants of Import Demand in Thailand,” International Economic Journal (Vol. 11, Winter 1997), 73-83.

31.“Behaviour of Import Demand in India: A Cointegration Approach,” Indian Journal of Applied Economics (Vol. 6, July-September 1997), 97-109.

32. “A Comparison of Development Prospects in India and China” (with Tapen Sinha) Asian Economies (Vol. 27, June 1997), 5-31.

33. “Economic Growth in Thailand,” Asian Economic Review (Vol. 38, December 1997), 503-509.

34. “Tests of the Wagner’s Law for Pakistan: A Cointegration Approach,” Indian Journal of Quantitative Economics (Vol. 12, No. 1 1997), 3-18.

35. “Is There a Long-run Relationship Between the Indian Stock Market and the Stock Markets of the Developed World?” (with Tapen Sinha) Conference Proceedings of the Academy of International Business (1997), 296-300.

36. “Savings and Economic Growth in Philippines,” Proceedings of the Econometric Society Australasian Meetings (1997), 623-640.

37. “An Aggregate Import Demand Function for Pakistan,” Atlantic Economic Journal (Vol. 25, March 1997), 114.

38. “Export and Saving in Developing Countries: Another Look,” Journal of Economics (Vol. 22, No. 2, 1996), 125-28.

39. "Demographic Changes in the Australian Population Mix: Implications for Marketers," Proceedings of the Fifth International Conference on Applied Demography (1996), 201-212.

40. “Savings and Economic Growth in India,” Economia Internazionale (Vol. 49, November 1996), 637-647.

41. “Openness and Economic Growth in India,” (with Tapen Sinha) Indian Journal of Economics (Vol. 77, July 1996), 115-125.

42. “An Empirical Investigation into the Relationship between Openness and Economic Growth: Evidence from Asia,” (with Tapen Sinha) International Review of Economics and Business (Vol. 43, April-June, 1996), 359-370.

43. “An Aggregate Import Demand Function for India,” International Review of Economics and Business (Vol. 43, January-March 1996), 163-173.

44. "India: Privatization and Liberalization in a Trillion-Dollar Economy," (with Tapen Sinha) Conference Proceedings of the Academy of International Business  (1995), 469-474.

45. "Financial Deregulation in India," (with Tapen Sinha) Conference Proceedings of the Academy of International Business (1995), 389-394.

46. "Doing Business in India," (with Tapen Sinha) International Business Lawyer (Vol. 23, May 1995), 213-219.

47. "Caste as an Economic Institution in India: An Interdisciplinary Study," Asian Economies (Vol. 24, March 1995), 27-45.

48. "A Survey of Textbooks on Economic Growth and Development," Scandinavian Journal of Development Alternatives (Vol. 14, March 1995), 29-38.

49. “Opportunities in India: Consequences of Liberalization and Globalization,"  (with Tapen Sinha) Journal of International Marketing (Vol. 2, No. 2, 1994), 3-10.

50. "Effects of Airline Deregulation: The Case of Australia," (with Tapen Sinha) World Competition (Vol. 17, June 1994), 81-96.

51. "A Critique of the USA's Leading Textbooks' Approach to Growth and Development," Scandinavian Journal of Development Alternatives (Vol. 13, March 1994), 65-78.

52. "Australian Airline Deregulation: Grand Design or Gross Debacle," (with Tapen Sinha) JASSA: Journal of the Securities Institute of Australia (September 1993), 32-33, 37.

53. "Explaining the Density of Economists," Atlantic Economic Journal (Vol. 20, December 1992), 62.

54. "Institutional Economics of Radhakamal Mukherjee," Journal of Economic Issues (Vol. 26, June 1992), 485-92.

55. "Regulation and Deregulation of the Domestic Aviation Industry in Australia," (with Tapen Sinha) Conference Proceedings of the Academy of International Business (1992), 92-96.

56. "Superannuation in Australia and Central Provident Fund in Singapore: A Comparison of Two Systems,"  (with Tapen Sinha). Conference Proceedings of the Academy of International Business (1991), 187-91.

57. "Cross Cultural Differences in Risk Taking," (with Tapen Sinha) Proceedings of the Third International Conference on Comparative Management (1990), 210-215.

58. "Irrational Expectations, Unclearing Markets and a Business Cycle that Won't Go Away," American Journal of Economics and Sociology (Vol. 47, July 1988), 345-54.

59. "The Theory of Contestable Markets and U.S. Airline Deregulation: A Survey," Logistics and Transportation Review (Vol. 22, December 1986), 405-19.

60. "Export Demand for Indian Jute Goods," Atlantic Economic Journal (Vol. 14, December 1986), 102.

61. "Economics and the Real World," Journal of Social, Political and Economic Studies (Vol. 11, Spring 1986), 93-101.

62. "The New Classical Macroeconomics: A Critical Evaluation," Indian Journal of Economics (Vol. 66, April 1986), 513-522.

63. "Mahatma Gandhi and Karl Marx: Ramrajya and the Stateless Society," Journal of Social, Political and Economic Studies (Vol. 10, Summer 1985), 229-235.

64. "Rural-Urban Migration in India," Indian Journal of Economics (Vol. 63, April 1983), 495-504.

INVITED JOURNAL PUBLICATION:

65. “Estimation of Trade Elasticities for Four ASEAN Countries,” Ritsumeikan Journal of Asia Pacific Studies (Vol. 3, May 1999), 192-207.

PUBLICATIONS IN NON-REFEREED JOURNALS:

66.“The Relevance of The New Growth Theory to Developing Countries,”  International Journal of Development Planning Literature(Vol. 13, July-September 1998), 197-206.

67."Incidence and Deadweight Loss From Superannuation Guarantee Charge,"(with Tapen Sinha) Economic Papers (Vol. 13, September 1994), 23-28.

68."Airline Regulation and Deregulation in Canada and Australia: A Comparison," Economics (Vol. 29, December 1993), 11-14.

MOST RECENT CITATIONS OF MY WORK (2000-2001 ONLY)

The following journal articles cite my work:

1. Ian King, “Quality Versus Quantity: Ranking Research Records of Economics Departments in New Zealand,” New Zealand Economic Papers  (forthcoming)

2. George Mavratos and Roger Kelley, “Old Wine in New Bottles: Testing Causality Between Savings and Growth,” Manchester School  (Vol. 69, Supplement 2001), pp. 97-105

3. Emmanuel Anoruo and Yusuf Ahmad, “Casual Relationship between Domestic Savings and Economic Growth: Evidence from Seven African Countries,” African Development Review(Vol. 13, December 2001), pp. 238-249..

4. Bhanoji Rao, “East Asian Economies: Trends in Saving and Investment,”Economic and Political Weekly  (Vol. 36, March 31-April 6 2001), pp. 1123-1133

5. Asim Rijal, Rajindar K. Koshal and Chulho Jung, “Determinants of Nepalese Imports,”Journal of Asian Economics  (Vol. 11, December 2000), pp. 347-354

6. A.C. Arize, P. Chooekawong and V. Prasanpanich, “Foreign Trade Behavior in Thailand: Stable or Unstable?”  American Economist  (Vol. 44, Fall 2000), pp. 36-45.

7. Kristen N. Van Renssealaer and Joe B. Copeland, “Savings and Investment Rates in Latin America: An Error Correction Analysis,” Journal of Economics and Finance  (Vol. 24, No. 2, Summer 2000), pp. 195-205.

BOOK REVIEWS:

1.  Foundations of Indian Political Economy  (Sage, 1992) by S. Roy Ed. in Journal of Contemporary Asia (No. 2, 1994),  265-267

2.  The Challenge to the South:  The Report of the South Commission (Oxford University Press, 1990) in Southern Economic Journal (January 1992), 848-849.

3.  The Political Economy of Poverty, Equity and Growth:  Malawi and Madagascar by F. P. Pryor (World Bank/Oxford University Press, 1990) in Kyklos (Fasc. 3, 1991), 491-492.

4. Sustainable Development: Economics and Environment in the Third World by D. Pearce, E. Barbier and A. Markandya (Edward Elgar, 1990) in Southern Economic Journal (July 1991), 301-302.

5. Regulation and Deregulation of the Motor Carrier Industry by J. R. Felton and D. G. Anderson Ed. (Iowa State University Press, 1989) in Kyklos (Fasc. 4, 1991), 113-114.

6. Development Economics:  Theory, Practices and Prospects by T. R. DeGregori Ed. (Kluwer, 1989) in Kyklos  (Fasc. 4, 1990), 669-670.

7. Aid and Development  by A. Krueger et al. (Johns Hopkins Press, 1990) Kyklos (Fasc. 2, 1990), 326-327

8. Protectionism by J. Bhagwati  (MIT Press, 1988) in Choice (September, 1989).

9.  The Decline of American Steel: How Management Went Wrong  by P. A. Tiffany (Oxford University Press, 1988), in Choice (September, 1988).

10. Managing Industrial Change in Western Europe by F. Duchene and G. Shepherd Ed. (Pinter/Columbia, 1987) in Choice (May 1988).

11. International Industry and Business:Structural Change, Industrial Policy and Industry Strategies by R. H. Balance (Allen and Unwin, 1987) in Choice (March 1988).

12. Transnational Monopoly Capitalism by K. Cowling and R. Sugden (Wheatsheaf/St. Martin's Press, 1987) in Choice (March 1988).

13. Productivity and Value: The Political Economy of Measuring Progress by F. Dovring (Praeger, 1987) in Choice (October 1987).

14. Manufacturing Matters: The Myth of Post-Industrial Economy by S. Cohen and J. Zysman (Basic Books, 1987) in Choice (September1987).

15. The Economic Effects of Airline Deregulation  by S. Morrison and C. Winston (The Brookings Institution, 1986) in Southern Economic Journal(April, 1987), 1082-1084.

PRESENTATIONS AT MEETINGS:

1. “Research Productivity of Australian Economics Departments, 1988-2000,” Econometric Society Australasian Meetings, Auckland, 6-8 July, 2001.

2. “Output Variability and Economic Growth: The Case of Australia,” 29th Annual Conference of the Economic Society of Australia, Gold Coast, 3-6 July, 2000.

3.“International Trade and Economic Growth Revisited,” 25th Convention of the Association of Private Enterprise Education, Las Vegas, Nevada, 2-4 April, 2000.

4. “Financial Development and Economic Growth: The Case for Eight Asian Countries,” Econometric Society Australasian Meetings, Sydney, 7-9 July, 1999.

5. “An Analysis of International Trade of the ASEAN Countries,” Globalization, Economic Reforms and Development in Asia Pacific Region International Meeting, Sydney, 5-7 July, 1999.

6. The Marshall-Lerner-Robinson Condition and Trade Elasticities in Five Asian Countries,” Thirteenth Biennial Conference of the Association of Indian Economic Studies, Washington, DC, 5-6 June, 1999.

7. “Openness, Investment and Economic Growth in Latin American Countries,” Midwest Economics Association Annual Meetings, Nashville, TN, March 26-28,1999.

8.  “Export Instability, Investment and Economic Growth in Asia: A Time Series Analysis,” Midwest Economics Association Annual Meetings, Nashville, TN,  March 26-28, 1999.

9. Discussant in a session entitled “Cointegration and Financial Issues,” Midwest Economics Association Annual Meetings, Nashville, TN, March 26-28, 1999.

10.“Saving-Investment Relationships in African Countries,” Missouri Valley Economic Association Annual Meetings, Memphis, TN, February 25-27, 1999.

11. Discussant in a session entitled “Income,” Missouri Valley Economic Association Annual Meetings, Memphis, TN, February 25-27, 1999.

12. “Cart Before the Horse? The Saving-Growth Nexus in Mexico,” Allied Social Science Associations Annual Meetings, New York, January 3-5, 1999.

13. “Saving-Investment Relationships in Asian Countries,” Allied Social Science Associations Annual Meetings, New York, January 3-5, 1999.

14. Discussant in a session entitled “External Debt and Resource Transfers,” Social Science Associations Annual Meetings, New York, January 3-5, 1999.

15. “Do Exports Promote Savings in African Countries?” 27th Conference of the Economic Society of Australia, Sydney, September 28 – October 1, 1998.

16.“Government Expenditure and Economic Growth in Malaysia,” Econometric Society Australasian Meetings, Canberra, July 8-10, 1998.

17. “An Econometric Study of Labour’s Share in Income in Australia,” Econometric Society Australasian Meetings, Canberra, July 8-10, 1998.

18. “A Macroeconometric Dynamic Stochastic Theory of Saving and Investment with Applications for Latin American Countries,” Allied Social Science Associations Annual Meetings, Chicago, January 3-5, 1998.

19.  “Macroeconometric Modelling of Saving and Investment for MERCOSUR Countries,” Academy of International Business Annual Meetings, Monterrey, Mexico, October 8-12, 1997.

20. “Economic Growth and Government Expenditure in India and Pakistan: A Time Series Analysis,” International Conference on South Asian Development in 1997 and Beyond: Its Relevance for Australia, Sydney, September 12-14, 1997.

21. “Savings and Economic Growth in the Philippines,” Econometric Society Australasian Meetings, Melbourne, July 3-5, 1997.

22. “Is There a Long-run Relationship Between the Indian Stock Market and the Stock Markets of the Developed World?”Academy of International Business Asia Pacific Area Conference, Hawaii, June 19-21, 1997.

23. “The Long Run Relationship Between Saving and Investment in India” Academy of International Business Asia Pacific Area Conference, Hawaii, June 19-21, 1997.

24. “Openness and Economic Growth: An Empirical Investigation of 132 Countries,” Allied Social Science Associations Annual Meetings, New Orleans, January 4-6, 1997.

25. “Investment, Openness and Economic Growth: Evidence from Asia,” Allied Social Science Associations Annual Meetings, New Orleans, January 4-6, 1997.

26. “An Exploration of the Long-Run Relationship Between India’s Exports and Imports,” Allied Social Science Associations Annual Meetings, New Orleans, January 4-6, 1997.

27. “Determinants of Import Demand in Thailand,” Allied Social Science Associations Annual Meetings, New Orleans, January 4-6, 1997.

28.“Neo-Marxian Theories of Underdevelopment: How Relevant Are They?” Allied Social Science Associations Annual Meetings, New Orleans, January 4-6, 1997.

29. “Economic Growth and Labor’s Share: Empirical Evidence from Australia,” Allied Social Science Associations Annual Meetings, New Orleans, January 4-6, 1997.

30.“Co-integration, Causality and Wagner’s Law: Evidence from India,” Allied Social Science Associations Annual Meetings, New Orleans, January 4-6, 1997.

31.Discussant in a session entitled “Asian Pacific-Rim Experiences,” Allied Social Science Associations Annual Meetings, New Orleans, January 4-6, 1997.

32. Discussant in a session entitled “Issues in Energy and Environmental Economics,” Allied Social Science Associations Annual Meetings, New Orleans, January 4-6, 1997.

33. “Openness, Export, and Economic Growth: Time Series Evidence from India,” Allied Social Science Associations Annual Meetings, San Francisco, January 5-7, 1996.

34. “Role of Savings in Economic Growth in India: A Comparative Perspective,” Allied Social Science Associations Annual Meetings, San Francisco, January 5-7, 1996.

35. “Openness and Economic Growth: Evidence from Asian Countries,” Allied Social Science Associations Annual Meetings, San Francisco, January 5-7, 1996.

36. Discussant in a session entitled “Technology and Economic Behavior,” Allied Social Science Associations Annual Meetings, San Francisco, January 5-7, 1996.

37. Discussant in a session entitled “Poverty, Inequality and Distribution,” Allied Social Science Associations Annual Meetings, San Francisco, January 5-7, 1996.

38. Discussant in a session entitled “Understanding the 1994-95 Mexican Crisis,” Allied Social Science Associations Annual Meetings, San Francisco, January 5-7, 1996.

39. “Financial Deregulation in India,” Academy of International Business Southeast Asia Conference, Perth, June 20-23, 1995.

40. “India: Privatization and Liberalization in a Trillion-Dollar Economy,” Academy of International Business Southeast Asia Conference, Perth, June 20-23, 1995.

41. “An Aggregate Import Demand Function for India,” Eleventh Biennial Conference of the Association of Indian Economic Studies, Chicago, IL, May 19-20, 1995.

42. “Evolution of Economic Regulation and Deregulation of Airlines in the USA,” Midwest Economics Association Annual Meetings, Cincinnati, OH, March 30 - April 1, 1995.

43. “India: Privatization and Liberalization in a Trillion-Dollar Economy,” Midwest Economics Association Annual Meetings, Cincinnati, OH, March 30 -April 1, 1995.

44. “Caste as an Economic System: An Interdisciplinary Study,” Missouri Valley Economic Association Annual Meetings, Kansas City, MO, February 23-25, 1995.

45. “Indian Experience of Liberalization and Globalization: A Study in Contrast with China,” Allied Social Sciences Association Annual Meetings, Washington D.C., January 6-8, 1995.

46. “Demographic Changes in the Australian Population Mix: Implications for Marketers,” International Conference on Applied Demography, Bowling Green, OH, September 25-28, 1994.

47. “Incidence and Deadweight Loss from the Superannuation Guarantee Charge,” 23rd Annual Conference of the Economic Society of Australia, Gold Coast, September 25-28, 1994.                  

48. “Effects of Airline Deregulation in Australia,” 23rd Annual Conference of the Economic Society of Australia, Gold Coast, September 25-28, 1994.

49. “Caste in India: An Institutionalist Perspective,” Congress of Political Economists International Annual Conference, Sydney, January 9-14, 1994.

50.  “Regulation and Deregulation of the Domestic Aviation Industry in Australia,” Academy of International Business Southeast Conference, Brisbane, June 21-24, 1992.

51. “Institutional Economics of Radhakamal Mukherjee,” Allied Social Science Associations Annual Meetings, New Orleans, LA, January 17-20, 1992.

52. “Superannuation in Australia and Central Provident Fund in Singapore: A Comparison of Two Systems,” Academy of International Business Southeast Asia Conference, Singapore, June 17-20, 1991.

53. “A Survey of Textbooks on Economic Growth and Development,” Missouri Valley Economic Association Annual Meetings, Kansas City, MO, February 28-March 2, 1991.

54. “A Critique of the Leading Textbooks' Approach to Growth and Development,” Western Social Science Association Annual Meetings, Portland, OR, April 25-28, 1990.

55. “Demand for Airline Service: A Regional Analysis,” Midwest Economics Association Annual Meetings, Cincinnati, OH, March 30-April 1, 1989.

56. “Effects of Airline Deregulation on Fares: A Regional Analysis,” Midwest Economics Association Annual Meetings, Chicago, IL, April 7-10, 1988.

57. “The Theory of Contestable Markets and U.S. Airline Deregulation: A Survey,” Midwest Economics Association Annual Meetings, St. Louis, MO, March 26-28, 1987.

58.  Discussant in a session entitled “Comparative Social Economic Systems: Performance and Evaluations,” Allied Social Science Associations Annual Meetings, New Orleans, LA, December 27-30, 1986.

59. “Export Demand for Indian Jute Goods,” Midwest Economics Association Annual Meetings in Chicago, IL, March 20-22, 1986.

INVITED ADDRESS:

“Demography and Marketing” at the Australian Population Association (New South Wales Branch), November 24, 1997.