Phillip McCalman   
Professor of International Economics
University of Melbourne


Previous Positions

2015-2016          Peter B. Kenen Fellow, Princeton University

2015-2016          Visiting Professor of Economics, Princeton University

2006-2011          Associate Professor of Economics, University of California, Santa Cruz

2005-2006          Resident Scholar, Research Department, IMF

2000-2006          Assistant Professor of Economics, University of California, Santa Cruz

1998 - 1999        Research Fellow, RSSS, Australian National University


International Trade, Product Lines and Welfare: The roles of firm and consumer heterogeneity

Journal of International Economics, September 2020

Contingent Trade Policy and Economic Efficiency (with F. Stahler and G. Willmann)
Review of World Economics, January 2019, 155: 227-255

International Trade, Income Distribution and Welfare
Journal of International Economics, January 2018, 110: 1-15

Import Dynamics and Demands for Protection, (with R. Hillberry)
Canadian Journal of Economics, August 2016, 49: 1125-1152

Relaxing CAFE: Foreign Direct Investment, NAFTA and Domestic Product Standards, (with A. Spearot)
Canadian Journal of Economics, December 2015, 48: 1944-74

Why Trucks Jump: Offshoring and Product Characteristics, (with A. Spearot)
Journal of International Economics, Sept 2013; 91: 82-95

Technology Adoption, Government Policy and Tariffication, (with J. Ederington)
Journal of International Economics
July 2013; 90: 337-347

Infant Industry Protection and Industrial Dynamics, (with J. Ederington)
Journal of International Economics, May 2011, 84: 37-47

Trade Policy in a "Super Size Me" World, (previously titled "Trade Policy in the Presence of a Discriminating Foreign Monopolist")
Journal of International Economics
July 2010; 81: 206-218

The Liberalization of Trade and FDI: A Political Economy Analysis, (with J. Ederington)
Journal of Economic Policy Reform, 2010; 13: 225-240

International Trade and Industrial Dynamics, (with J. Ederington) (previously titled "Shaking All Over?")
International Economic Review, August 2009; 50: 961-989

Endogenous Firm Heterogeneity and the Dynamics of Trade Liberalization, (with J. Ederington) 
Journal of International Economics, March 2008; 74: 422-440

Parallel Imports and the Lot of a Starving Artist,
Journal of International Trade and Economic Development, March 2006; 15(1): 49-62

International Diffusion and Intellectual Property Rights: An Empirical Analysis, 
Journal of International Economics, December 2005; 67(2): 353-372

Who Enjoys TRIPs Abroad: An Empirical Analysis of Intellectual Property Rights in the Uruguay Round, 
Canadian Journal of Economics, May 2005; 38(12): 574-603

Foreign Direct Investment and Intellectual Property Rights:  Evidence from Hollywood’s Global Distribution of Movies and Videos,
Journal of International Economics,
 January 2004; 62(1): 107-123

Protection for Sale and Trade Liberalization:  An Empirical Investigation
Review of International Economics, February 2004; 12: 81-94

Discriminatory Tariffs and International Negotiations, (with J. Ederington) 
Journal of International Economics. December 2003; 61(2): 397-424 

Multilateral Trade Negotiations and the Most Favoured Nation Clause,
Journal of International Economics. June 2002; 57(1): 151-76

       - Reprinted in The WTO's Core Rules and Disciplines, edited by Kym Anderson and Bernard Hoekman, UK, Edwar Elgar, 2006

National Patents, Innovation and International Agreements
Journal of International Trade and Economic Development. March 2002; 11(1): 1-14 

Reaping What You Sow: An Empirical Analysis of International Patent Harmonization
Journal of International Economics. October 2001; 55(1): 161-86.

       - Reprinted in The WTO, Intellectual Property Rights and the Knowledge Economy, edited by Keith Maskus, UK, Edwar Elgar, 2004

       - Reprinted in Measuring the WTO’s Contribution to Global Economic Welfare, edited by Kym Anderson, UK, Edward Elgar, 2014

Work in Progress

The “New” Economics of Trade Agreements: From Trade Liberalization to Regulatory Convergence? (with Gene Grossman and Robert W. Staiger)

International Trade in a World with FAANG’s (aka International Trade and Multi-Sided Platforms)

Empirics of Air Services Agreements: A Structural Model of Network Formation (with Marc Rysman)