Australian National University
Peter Drysdale is Emeritus Professor of Economics and Visiting Fellow in Policy and Governance in The Crawford School of Economics and Government, having been Executive Director of the Australia-Japan Research Centre. He has published widely in journals and policy outlets, with his main areas of expertise are international trade and economic policy; Australia's economic relations with East Asia and the Pacific; the East Asian and Japanese economy and economic policy. This work includes developments in Asia Pacific economic cooperation, including relations between East Asia, Europe and APEC. His research work also extends to Chinese and Korean economies.
Articles by Peter Drysdale:
Why the Doha Round matters to Asia and the Pacific
7 May 2011, 7530 reads
East Asia and the new world economic order
7 April 2009, 54046 reads