Professor John Gibson
Professor of Economics
Development Economics, Economic Modeling and Econometrics, Industrial Economics, Information and communication technology, Labour Economics, Macroeconomics, Microeconomics, Qualitative Research, Urban and Regional Economics.
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Professor John Gibson previously taught at the University of Canterbury, and the Economics Department and Center for Development Economics at Williams College. Since receiving his Ph.D. from Stanford University he has worked in the following countries: Cambodia, China, Fiji, India, Papua New Guinea, Russia, Samoa, Solomon Islands, Thailand, Tonga, Vanuatu, and Vietnam. His teaching and research interests are in microeconomics and in the micro econometric aspects of development, labour and the international economy. His other research interests include poverty measurement, where he was a member of an expert group advising the United Nations Statistical Division,and the design and analysis of household survey data, and economic development, especially in China and other Asian and Pacific economies.
Development, labour and the international economy,
Gibson, J., Olivia, S., & Boe-Gibson, G. (2020). Night lights in Economics: Sources and uses: CSAE Working Paper (WPS/2020-01). Centre for the Study of African Economics, University of Oxford.
Webb, M., Gibson, J., & Strutt, A. (2019). Market access implications of non-tariff measures: Estimates for four developed country markets. World Economy, 42(2), 376-395. doi:10.1111/twec.12706
Gibson, J. (2019). Are you estimating the right thing? An editor reflects. Applied Economic Perspectives and Policy, 41(3), 329-350. doi:10.1093/aepp/ppz009
Gibson, J., Olivia, S., & Boe-Gibson, G. (2019). A test of DMPS and VIIRS night lights data for estimating GDP and spatial inequality for rural and urban areas (11/19). Waikato Management School.
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