Professor Pascalis Raimondos

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Faculty of Business & Law,
School of Economics & Finance

Personal details


Head of School
Faculty of Business & Law,
School of Economics & Finance


International Trade: theory and policy, Taxation of Multinational Enterprices, Economic Development and Foreign Aid, Commodity Tax Harmonization, The Economics of WTO


Applied Economics

Field of Research code, Australian and New Zealand Standard Research Classification (ANZSRC), 2008


  • PhD in Economics (University of Essex)

Professional memberships and associations

Research Affiliations:

  • Research Fellow, International Trade and Regional Economics, CEPR, London, 1999-
  • Research Fellow, Global Economy, CESifo, Munich, 1999-
  • External Fellow, Centre for Globalization and Economic Policy, University of Nottingham, 2002-

Journal Editor:

Professional roles:

  • Member of the Scientific Committee of the European Trade Study Group (ETSG)
  • President of the Economic Society of Australia, QLD, 2020 -


  • Undergraduate:   Microeconomics, International Economics, In­dustrial Economics (different years and programs). Currently teaches EFB336 International Economics, an elective third year unit at the Economics major.
  • Graduate: International Trade (University of Copenhagen), Industrial Economics (CBS), Firm in a Global Environment (CBS, UNSW, UIBE)
  • Ph.D.: Taxation of Multinationals (Hitotsubashi University, Shanghai University of Finance and Economics)
  • Ph.D. supervision: Dieter M. Urban (Economic Geography and Growth, 1995-1998), Lars B. Thermansen (Regional Computable General Equilibrium Models for Denmark, 2004-2008),         Stuart Webber (Taxation of Multinationals, 2006-2012),  Henrik Fosse (Empirical Essays in International Trade, 2008-2012), Federico Clementi (FDI-induced Productivity Spillovers, 2012- ), Friedrich Bergmann (FDI-induced Productivity Spillovers, 2014- )
  • Ph.D. external examiner: Mette Rose Skaksen (Aarhus), Thomas B. Andersen (Copenhagen), Alan Sørensen (Aarhus), Susana Thede (Lund), Magnus Wiberg (Stockholm), Eva Rytter Sunesen (Copenhagen), Komkrich Chonbunwatana (Nottingham), Kenneth Baltzer (Copenhagen), Pablo Selaya (Copenhagen), Karen Crabbé (Louvain), Euan Fraser MacMillan (Strathclyde), Nikolaos Vlassis (Exeter), Chaiyasith Boonyanate (Dundee).


Selected publications

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