Associate Professor Anna Strutt
Associate Professor in Economics
Graduate Convenor, Economics
Subject Convenor, Economics
Development Economics, International Finance and Trade
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Phone: +64 7 838 4958
In addition to her Waikato Management School work, economist Anna Strutt works with the University of Adelaide and consults for a range of national and international organisations. She has worked with organisations such as the Asian Development Bank, the EU-Vietnam Multilateral Trade Assistance Project, the Mekong Institute, New Zealand Institute of Economic Research, the UN's Food and Agriculture Organisation and the World Bank. This vast and varied experience means she brings a wealth of international knowledge to executive education participants.
Anna contributes to many national and international research projects. For example, she has undertaken work for the Tokyo-based Asian Development Bank Institute to assess socioeconomic impacts of infrastructure development and for the Bangkok-based UNESCAP, analysing impacts of the global financial crisis on international trade flows. In recent work for the Asian Development Bank, she focused on Asia’s changing role in world trade over the next few decades.
International trade policy reform, including effects of poverty & the natural environment
Law and economics.
Corong, E., & Strutt, A. (2019). Changing fuel and carbon costs: Implications for New Zealand agriculture. In 22nd Annual Conference on Global Economic Analysis. Warsaw, Poland.
Walmsley, T., & Strutt, A. (2019). Modelling non-tariff barriers as an exporter cost. In 22nd Annual Conference on Global Economic Analysis. Warsaw, Poland.
Webb, M., Strutt, A., & Walmsley, T. (2019). Regulatory harmonization in the ASEAN region: The effects of applying different types of non-tariff measures. In 22nd Annual Conference on Global Economic Analysis. Warsaw, Poland.
Duong, M., Holmes, M. J., Strutt, A., & Lim, S. (2019). Effects of trade agreements and foreign direct investment on trade: Evidence from Vietnam. International Journal of Economics and Financial Issues, 9(3), 116-126. doi:10.32479/ijefi.7767
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