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Prof Terrie Walmsley

Terrie Walmsley is an Associate Professor and Director of the Center for Global Trade Analysis at Purdue University, USA and a Principal Fellow, Associate Professor in the Department of Economics at the University of Melbourne, Australia. After completing her PhD at Monash University in Australia, she joined the the Center for Global Trade Analysis as a post-doctoral research fellow where she worked on China's accession to the WTO and the Dynamic GTAP model. Terrie then moved to the United Kingdom where she was a lecturer in the Department of Economics at the University of Sheffield. Here she taught undergraduate and graduate courses in Macroeconomics, International Trade and International Economics. In 2003 she moved back to the Center for Global Trade Analysis, where she became the Director in 2005.

Terrie's research interests include international trade and the modeling of international capital and labor movements. Her work on migration has been used widely in the World Bank's 2006 Global Economic Prospects and by the Asian Development Bank. Terrie and Elena Ianchovichina, from the World Bank, are currently finalizing a book documenting the Dynamic GTAP model. This is due to be published in January 2012.  Terrie also supervises graduate students.

The Center for Global Trade Analysis is the University based home of the GTAP network.  The GTAP Data Base, the premier product of this network, is a globally consistent database containing I-O, trade, protection and energy data for 113 countries/regions and 57 sectors.  The database is constructed by a team located at the Center with numerous data contributions from the GTAP network. Terrie oversees the team and examines issues related to the continued future development of the database.

Terrie Walmsley

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Prof Manfred Lenzen
ISA, A28
The University of Sydney NSW 2006
+61 (0)2 9351-5985
m.lenzen@physics.usyd.edu.au