CURRICULUM VITAE (May 2021)
Personal Name Dr. Oliver MORRISSEY Positions Professor in Development Economics (since 2004) Director, Centre for Research in Economic Development and International Trade (CREDIT), since 1995 Affiliation School of Economics, University of Nottingham (since 1989) Nationality Irish, born 14.03.61 Gender Male Contact: School of Economics, Sir Clive Granger Building, University Park, University of Nottingham, Nottingham NG7 2RD phone: +44 (0)115 951 5475 [email protected] www.nottingham.ac.uk/economics/
Academic History 1978-82 Trinity College Dublin, BA (Mod) Economics and Politics 1982-84 Research Assistant, ESRI, Dublin 1984-85 University of Bath, MSc in Fiscal Studies (with Distinction) 1985-87 University of Bath, PhD (awarded June 1991) 1987-89 Research Officer, Centre for Development Studies, Bath 1989- School of Economics, University of Nottingham 2000-04 Research Fellow, ODI (joint appointment)
Editorial Positions Co-Editor (Managing), Journal of Development Studies (2006-present) Editorial Management Board, Development Policy Review (2000-present) Co-Editor, Journal of Agricultural Economics (2003-05)
School and University of Nottingham Positions School Director of Teaching and Learning (2015-16) Graduate School Associate Dean for Faculty (2011-20) Management Group, ESRC Doctoral Training Centre (2010-present) Member of School Management Committee (2008-16) Member of School PGR Committee (2004- to date)
User Engagement and External Recognition (since 2005) Chair of Centre Advisory Group (CAG) for the International Centre for Taxation and Development (ICTD) (appointed 2017) Fellow of the ESRC Peer Review College (appointed 2016) and member of Peer Review College for the UKRI Future Leaders Fellowships scheme (appointed 2018) Member of the ESRC DTP Peer Review College (2016) Member of sub-Panel for Anthropology and Development Studies for national UK Research Excellence Framework (REF) 2011-14 Chair of Economics Panel for National University of Ireland at Galway External Review of Research (2015-16) Member of the Panel of Advisors for the Commonwealth Scholarship Commission of the UK (2010-16) Resource Person for African Economic Research Consortium (AERC) since 2005 Member of the ESRC Doctoral Training Peer Review College (2010) Member of sub-Panel for Development Studies for national UK Research Assessment Exercise (RAE) 2008. Member of Panel of Assessors in Economics for the ESRC Recognition Exercise 2005, and for the Interim Exercise in 2007. Member of Board of Examiners Economics Panel for ESRC Research Studentship Competition 2003-05, ‘Quantitative Analysis Stipend’ Panel 2006 & 2007. External Reviewer for the Norwegian Academy of Science in the ‘Review of Development Research in Norway’ (2006).
PUBLICATIONS: ARTICLES IN REFEREED JOURNALS
1) 2021: Under-utilised crops and rural livelihoods: Bambara groundnut in Tanzania, Oxford Development Studies, 49 (1): 88-103 (with Basile Boulay & Rumman Khan) DOI:10.1080/13600818.2020.1839040 2) 2021: African Leafy Vegetables for Improved Human Nutrition and Food System Resilience in Southern Africa: A Scoping Review, Sustainability, 13, 2896 (with Admire Shayanowako, Alberto Tanzi, Maud Muchuweti, Guillermina Mendiondo, Sean Mayes, Albert Modi and Tafadzwanashe Mabhaudhi) doi.org/10.3390/su13052896 3) 2019 ‘Exchange Rate and Inflation Dynamics in a Resource Rich Setting: the Case of Zambia,’ South African Journal of Economics, 87 (4), 490-514 (with L. Roger and G. Smith), DOI: 10.1111/saje.12236 4) 2017 ‘Fiscal Reforms and the Fiscal Effects of Aid in Uganda’ Journal of Development Studies 53: 7, 1019-1036 (with T. Bwire & T. Lloyd) http://dx.doi.org/10.1080/00220388.2017.1303677 . 5) 2017 ‘The Macroeconomics of Aid: An Overview’ Journal of Development Studies 53, 7, 987-997 (with T. Addison & F. Tarp) http://dx.doi.org/10.1080/00220388.2017.1303669. 6) 2016 Response to ‘Institutions, foreign direct investment and domestic investment: crowding out or crowding in?’ World Development, 88, 10-11 (with Manop Udomkerdmongkol) DOI: dx.doi.org/10.1016/j.worlddev.2016.08.001 7) 2016 ‘Tax Revenue Performance and Vulnerability in Developing Countries’, Journal of Development Studies 52:12, 1689-1703, (with C. von Haldenwang, A. von Schiller, M. Ivanyna and I. Bordon) DOI: 10.1080/00220388.2016.1153071 8) 2015 ‘Aid and Domestic Resource Mobilisation with a focus on sub-Saharan Africa’, Oxford Review of Economic Policy, 31 (3-4): 447-461 DOI: https://doi.org/10.1093/oxrep/grv029 9) 2015 ‘Aid and Fiscal Behaviour: What does the Evidence Show?, World Development, 69, 98-105, doi.org/10.1016/j.worlddev.2013.12.008 10) 2013 ‘Aid and Domestic Output in the Long Run’ Review of World Economics, 149, Issue 4, 723-748 (with Dierk Herzer) 11) 2012 ‘Selectivity on Aid Modality: Determinants of Budget Support from Multilateral Donors’ Review of International Organizations, 7 (3), 267-284 (with Paul Clist and Alessia Isopi) 12) 2012 ‘Governance, private investment and foreign direct investment in developing countries’, World Development 40 (3), 437-455 (with M. Udomkerdmongkol) 13) 2012 ‘FDI in sub-Saharan Africa: Few Linkages, Fewer Spillovers’, European Journal of Development Research 24:1, 26-31 14) 2011 ‘Designing Economic Partnership Agreements to Promote Inter-Regional Trade in ACP Countries’, South African Journal of Economics, 79 (4), 376-391 (with C. Milner and E. Zgovu) 15) 2011 ‘Repayment versus Investment Conditions and Exclusivity in Lending Contracts’ Journal of Institutional and Theoretical Economics, 167(2), 247- 265 (with S. Bougheas and I. Dasgupta) 16) 2011 ‘Aid and Tax Revenue: Signs of a Positive Effect Since the 1980s’, Journal of International Development, 23(2), 165-180 (with P. Clist) 17) 2011 ‘Did the World Bank Drive Tariff Reforms in Eastern Africa?’ World Development 39:3, 324-335 (with C. Jones and D. Nelson) 18) 2010 ‘Food Prices, Tax Reforms and Consumer Welfare in Tanzania 1990-2007’ International Tax and Public Finance, 17 (4), 430-450 (with V. Leyaro, and T. Owens) 19) 2009 ‘Exchange Rates and Outward Foreign Direct Investment: US FDI in Emerging Markets’, Review of Development Economics, 13 (4), 754-764 (with M. Udomkerdmongkol and H. Görg) 20) 2008 ‘Missed Opportunities: The WTO Trade Policy Review for the East African Community’, The World Economy Global Trade Policy 2008, 31 (9), 1409-1432 (with C. Jones) 21) 2007 ‘Tough Love or Unconditional Charity’ Oxford Economic Papers 59 (4), 561- 582 (with S. Bougheas and I. Dasgupta) 22) 2006 ‘Supply Response in Ethiopia: Accounting for Technical Inefficiency’ Agricultural Economics, 35 (3), 303-317 (with S. Abrar) 23) 2006 ‘Aid or Trade, or Aid and Trade?’, The Australian Economic Review, 39: 1, 78-88 24) 2006 ‘FDI: Flows, Volatility and the Impact on Growth’ Review of International Economics, 14: 3, 478-493 (with R. Lensink) 25) 2006 ‘A Statistical Approach to Identifying Poorly Performing Countries’ Journal of Development Studies, 42:3 (April), 469-489 (with E. Anderson) 26) 2005 ‘Aid and Growth in sub-Saharan Africa: Accounting for Transmission Mechanisms’, Journal of International Development, 17:8, 1055-1076 (with K. Gomanee and S. Girma) 27) 2005 ‘The Fiscal Effects of Aid in Ghana’, Journal of International Development, 17:8, 1037-1054 (with R. Osei and T. Lloyd) 28) 2005 ‘Aid, Government Expenditure and Aggregate Welfare’ World Development 33:3, 355-370 (with K. Gomanee, P. Mosley and A. Verschoor) 29) 2005 ‘Imports and Implementation: Neglected Aspects of Trade in the Report of the Commission for Africa’, Journal of Development Studies, 41:4, 1133-1153 30) 2005 ‘Some Simple Analytics of the Welfare Effects of EU-ACP Economic Partnership Agreements’ Journal of African Economies, 14:3, 327-358 (with C. Milner and A. McKay) 31) 2005 ‘Distribution and Poverty Impacts of Tax Structure Reform in Developing Countries: How Little We Know’, Development Policy Review, 23:2, 131-144 (with N. Gemmell). 32) 2005 ‘Aid, Public Spending and Human Welfare: Evidence from Quantile Regressions’, Journal of International Development 17:3, 299-309 (with K. Gomanee and S. Girma). 33) 2004 ‘Tax Perceptions and Preferences over Tax Structure in the UK’, Economic Journal, 114 (493), F117-F138 (with N. Gemmell and A. Pinar). 34) 2004 ‘Crop-level Supply Response by Agro-climatic Regions in Ethiopia’ Journal of Agricultural Economics, 55:2, 289-312, (with S. Abrar and A. Rayner). 35) 2004 ‘Aggregate Agricultural Supply Response in Ethiopia: A Farm-level Analysis’, Journal of International Development, 16:4, 605-620 (with S. Abrar and A. Rayner). 36) 2004 ‘The Nature of Aid and Trade Relationships’ European Journal of Development Research, 16:2, 354-374 (with R. Osei and T. Lloyd). 37) 2004 ‘Foreign Direct Investment, Skills and Wage Inequality in East Asia’, Journal of the Asia-Pacific Economy, 9:3, 348-369 (with D. W. te Velde). 38) 2004 ‘Capital Flows to Developing Countries: Trends, Volatility and Policy Implications’, IDS Bulletin, 35(1), 40-49 (with R. Osei). 39) 2004 ‘Conditionality and Aid Effectiveness Re-evaluated’, The World Economy, 27: 2, 153-171. 40) 2003 ‘Tax Perceptions and the Demand for Public Expenditures: Evidence from UK Micro Data’, European Journal of Political Economy, 19:4, 793-810 (with N. Gemmell and A. Pinar). 41) 2003 ‘Do Workers in Africa Get a Wage Premium if Employed in Firms Owned by Foreigners?’ Journal of African Economies, 12:1, 41-73 (with D. W. te Velde). 42) 2003 ‘The Economic Potential of Tourism in Tanzania’, Journal of International Development, 15, 335-352 (with J. Kweka and A. Blake). 43) 2002 ‘The Impact on Uganda of Agricultural Trade Liberalisation’, Journal of Agricultural Economics, 53:2, 365-381 (with A. Blake and A. McKay). 44) 2002 ‘Investment and Competition Policy in the WTO: Issues for Developing Countries’, Development Policy Review, 20:1, 63-73. 45) 2002 ‘Fiscal Illusion and Political Accountability: Theory and evidence from two local tax regimes in Britain’, Public Choice, 110, 199-224 (with N. Gemmell and A. Pinar). 46) 2001 ‘Aid Illusion and Public Sector Fiscal Behaviour’, Journal of Development Studies, 37:6, 118-136 (with M. McGillivray). 47) 2001 ‘Does Aid Increase Growth?’, Progress in Development Studies, 1:1, 37- 50. 48) 2000 ‘Globalisation and Trade: The Implications for Exports from Marginalised Economies’, Journal of Development Studies, 37:2, 1-12 (with Igor Filatotchev). 49) 2000 ‘Policy and non-Policy Barriers to Trade and Implicit Taxation of Exports in Uganda’, Journal of Development Studies, 37:2, 67-90 (with C. Milner and N. Rudaheranwa). 50) 2000 ‘Does Aid Create Trade? An Investigation for European Donors and African Recipients’, European Journal of Development Research, 12:1, 107-123 (with Tim Lloyd, Mark McGillivray and Robert Osei). 51) 2000 ‘Aid Fungibility in Assessing Aid: Red Herring or True Concern?’, Journal of International Development, 12:3, 413-428 (with M. McGillivray). 52) 2000 ‘Aid Instability as a Measure of Uncertainty and the Positive Impact of Aid on Growth’, Journal of Development Studies, 36:3, 30-48 (with R. Lensink). 53) 1999 ‘Fiscal Illusion and the Demand for Government Expenditures in the UK’, European Journal of Political Economy, 15:4, 687-704 (with N. Gemmell and A. Pinar). 54) 1999 ‘Exporting, Ownership and Confidence in Tanzanian Enterprises’, The World Economy, 22:7, 995-1011 (with L. Grenier and A. McKay). 55) 1999 ‘The Emperor is Fully Clothed if a Little Ragged: East Asian Miracles and Crises’, Journal of the Asia Pacific Economy, 4:2, 214-232. 56) 1999 ‘Aggregate Agricultural Supply Response in Tanzania’, J. International Trade and Economic Development, 8:1, 107-123 (with A. McKay and C. Vaillant). 57) 1998 ‘East Asian Economic Performance: Miracle or just a Pleasant Surprise?’, The World Economy, 21:7, 855-879 (with D. Nelson). 58) 1998 ‘Aid and Trade Relationships in East Asia’, The World Economy, 21:7, 981- 995 (with M. McGillivray). 59) 1998 ‘Aid and the Public Sector in Pakistan: Evidence with Endogenous Aid’, World Development, 26:7, 1241-50, (with S. Franco-Rodriguez and M. McGillivray). 60) 1998 ‘ATP is Dead. Long Live Mixed Credits’, Journal of International Development, 10:2, 247-256. 61) 1998 ‘Estimating the Impact of Anti-Dumping and Anti-Cartel Actions using Intervention Analysis’, Economic Journal, 108, 458-476 (with T. Lloyd and G. Reed). 62) 1997 ‘Trade Liberalisation and Agricultural Supply Response: Issues and Some Lessons’, European Journal of Development Research, 9:2, 129-147, (with A. McKay and C. Vaillant). 63) 1997 ‘Micro-Macro Linkages: Perspectives of an Economist’, Journal of International Development, 9: 5, 755-760. 64) 1997 ‘Conditionality when Donor and Recipient Preferences Vary’, Journal of International Development, 9: 4, 497-505, (with Howard White). 65) 1996 ‘Evaluating the Concessionality of Tied Aid’, The Manchester School, LXIV (2), 208-226 (with Howard White). 66) 1995 ‘Politics and Economic Policy Reform: Trade Liberalisation in Sub-Saharan Africa’ Journal of International Development, 7:4, 599-618. 67) 1995 ‘Political Commitment, Institutional Capacity and Tax Policy Reform in Tanzania’, World Development, 23:4, pp. 637-649. 68) 1995 ‘The GATT Agreement on Trade Related Investment Measures: Implications for Developing Countries and their Relationship with Transnational Corporations’, Journal of Development Studies, 31:5, 702-724 (with Yogesh Rai). 69) 1995 ‘The Political Economy of Trade Liberalisation: A Framework and Application to Pakistan’, Pakistan Journal of Applied Economics, XI: 1&2, 95-112. 70) 1993 ‘The Mixing of Aid and Trade Policies’, The World Economy, 16:1, 69-84. 71) 1993 ‘Structural Adjustment and Liberalisation in Developing Countries: What Lessons Have We Learned?’ Kyklos, 46:2, 241-61 (with D. Greenaway). 72) 1993 ‘The Charge of the Tax Brigade: A Case Study of Government Failure and Tax Reform’, European Journal of Political Economy, 9:3, 407-425, (with J. Cullis and P. Jones). 73) 1993 ‘Evaluating the Poll Tax as a Tax Reform’, Local Government Studies, 19:1, 77-92 (with J. Cullis and P. Jones). 74) 1991 ‘Public Choice Perspectives on the Poll Tax’, Economic Journal, 101, 600- 614 (with J. Cullis and P. Jones). 75) 1991 ‘An Evaluation of the Economic Effects of the Aid and Trade Provision’, Journal of Development Studies, 28:1, 104-129. 76) 1990 ‘The Impact of Multilateral and Tied Bilateral Aid on the UK Economy’, Journal of International Development, 2:1, 60-76. 77) 1990 ‘The Commercialisation of Aid: Business Interests and the UK Aid Budget 1978-88’, Development Policy Review, 8, 301-320. 78) 1990 ‘Scanning the Alternatives Before Taxing with Consensus: Lessons for Policy- Making from the Irish Wealth Tax’, Administration, 38:1, 24-40. 79) 1990 ‘Donor Benefits from Aid Policy: The Implications for Ireland’, Trocaire Development Review 1990, 81-95 (Dublin). 80) 1987 ‘The Influence of Party Competition on Post-War UK Tax Rates’, Policy and Politics, 15:4, 195-206 (with S. Steinmo).
BOOKS AND EDITED VOLUMES 81) Handbook on Trade and Development, Edward Elgar (co-edited with Ricardo Lopez and Kishor Sharma; + one chapter), 2015 82) The Impact of China and India on Sub-Saharan Africa: Opportunities, Challenges and Policies, London: Commonwealth Secretariat, 2011 (with E Zgovu) 83) Assessing Prospective Trade Policy: Methods Applied to EU-ACP Economic Partnership Agreements, London: Routledge, 2011 (edited + 4 chapters) 84) Policy Responses to Trade Preference Erosion: Options for Developing Countries, London: Commonwealth Secretariat, 2010 (with C. Milner and E. Zgovu). 85) Trade, Growth and Inequality in the Era of Globalisation, Routledge 2006 (co-edited with Kishor Sharma, + one chapter). 86) The Political Economy of Foreign Aid, Edward Elgar, 2004 (co-edited with Peter Burnell). 87) Economic Policy and Manufacturing Performance in Developing Countries, Edward Elgar, 2001 (co-edited with Mike Tribe). 88) Globalisation and Trade: Implications for Exports from Marginalised Economies, 2001, London: Frank Cass (co-edited with Igor Filatotchev). 89) ‘Policy Arena on Assessments of Assessing Aid’, Journal of International Development, April 2000, 12:3 (editor). 90) Evaluating Economic Liberalisation, Macmillan, 1999 (co-edited with Mark McGillivray). 91) ‘Mini Symposium on Manufacturing Exports in Emerging Markets’ in The World Economy, 1999, 22:7 (editor). 92) ‘Special Issue on Export Promotion in a Changing Global Environment’, Journal of International Trade and Economic Development, 1999, 8:1 (co-edited with David Greenaway). 93) ‘Liberalisation in Asia’ symposium in The World Economy, 1998, 21:7, (co-edited with Mark McGillivray) 94) ‘Policy Arena: Micro-Macro Linkages’, mini-symposium in Journal of International Development, 1997, 9:5 (editor). 95) Political and Economic Reform in Developing Countries, Macmillan, 1995 (co-edited with Frances Stewart). 96) Poverty, Inequality and Rural Development, Macmillan, 1994 (co-edited with Tim Lloyd). 97) ‘Achieving Development in an Unstable Environment’, Special Conference Issue of the Journal of International Development, 1993, 5:4 (editor). 98) British Aid and International Trade, Open University Press, Autumn 1992 (with B. Smith and E. Horesh) 99) The Irish Wealth Tax: A Case Study in Economics and Politics, Dublin: ESRI Monograph No. 123 (with C. Sandford), 1985.
CONTRIBUTIONS TO EDITED VOLUMES 100) ‘Public Procurement, Investment and Aid Effectiveness’, Chapter 2 in A. La Chimia and P. Trepte (Eds), Public Procurement and Aid Effectiveness: A Roadmap under Construction, Oxford: Hart Publishing, 2019 (pp. 29-42) 101) ‘Industrial Development in Tanzania’ in M. Tribe and J. Weiss (eds) Routledge Handbook of Industry and Development (pp. 382-397), London: Routledge, 2015 (with V. Leyaro) 102) ‘Aid and Taxation’ in M. Arvin and B. Lew (eds), Handbook on the Economics of Foreign Aid (pp. 555-576), Cheltenham: Edward Elgar, 2015 (with S. Torrance) 103) ‘Trade, Tariffs, Growth and Poverty’, in O. Morrissey, R. Lopez and K. Sharma (Eds), Handbook on Trade and Development (pp 19-37), Cheltenham: Edward Elgar, 2015 (with C. Ackah and V. Leyaro) 104) ‘The Impact of EPAs on ACP Imports and Welfare’, chapter 3 in O. Morrissey (Ed), Assessing Prospective Trade Policy: Methods Applied to EU-ACP Economic Partnership Agreements (pp. 60-82), London: Routledge 2011 (with E. Zgovu) 105) ‘Adjusting to an EPA: Evidence for Mauritius’, chapter 4 in O. Morrissey (Ed), Assessing Prospective Trade Policy: Methods Applied to EU-ACP Economic Partnership Agreements (pp. 83-104), London: Routledge 2011 (with C. Milner and E. Zgovu) 106) ‘Aid and International Development’, in M. Flinders, A. Gamble, C. Hay and M. Kenny (eds), The Oxford Handbook of British Politics, Oxford: Oxford University Press, 2009, chapter 38, pp. 699-717. 107) ‘The Fiscal Effects of Aid in Developing Countries: A Comparative Dynamic Analysis’, in G. Mavrotas and M. McGillivray (eds), Development Aid: A Fresh Look, Basingstoke: Palgrave Macmillan UNU-WIDER Studies in Development Economics and Policy, 2009 (with T. Lloyd, M. McGillivray and M. Opoku-Afari), chapter 7, pp. 158-179. 108) ‘Distortions to Agricultural Incentives in Tanzania’, in K. Anderson and W. Masters (eds.), Distortions to Agricultural Incentives in Africa, Washington DC: World Bank, 2009 (with V. Leyaro), chapter 11, pp. 307-328. 109) ‘Aid and the Financing of Public Social Sector Spending’ chapter 6 in Katja Hujo and Shea McClanahan (eds.), Financing Social Policy: Mobilizing Resources for Social Development, Basingstoke: Palgrave/UNRISD, 2009, pp. 141-162. 110) ‘Adjustment implications of bilateral trade liberalisation under Economic Partnership Agreements: Some evidence for Africa’, in H. Asche and U. Engel (eds), Negotiating Regions: The EU, Africa and the Economic Partnership Agreements, Leipzig: Leipziger Universitatsverlag, 2008, (with C. Milner and E, Zgovu), chapter 2, pp. 41-60. 111) ‘Aid and Growth in Kenya: A Time Series Approach’, in S. Lahiri (ed), Theory and Practice of Foreign Aid, Amsterdam: Elsevier, 2007, Volume 1 of the Series Frontiers of Economics and Globalization, pp. 313-332 (with D. M’Amanja and T. Lloyd). 112) ‘Trade Policy and Transport Costs: What can the EU do to Promote Export Growth in East Africa?’, in W. Hout (ed), EU Development Policy and Poverty Reduction: Enhancing Effectiveness, Aldershot: Ashgate, 2007, chapter 4, pp. 47-65. 113) ‘A Critical Assessment of Proposed EU-ACP Economic Partnership Agreements’ in A. Mold (ed), Europe and Developing Countries in the New Millennium, University of Amsterdam Press, 2007, Chapter 8, pp. 199-220 (with A. McKay and C. Milner). 114) ‘What types of WTO-compatible trade policies are appropriate for different stages of development?’ in J. Morrison and A. Sarris (Eds), WTO Rules for Agriculture Compatible with Development, Rome: FAO, 2007, pp. 59-78. 115) ‘Regional Integration and Poverty: Conceptual Issues and Evidence So Far’, Part 1 (three chapters) in Dirk Willem te Velde (Ed), Regional Integration and Poverty, Aldershot: Ashgate, 2006, pp. 9-84 (with S. Page and D. W. te Velde). 116) ‘Fungibility, Prior Actions, and Eligibility for Budget Support’, chapter 16 in S. Koeberle, Z. Stavreski and J. Wallister (Eds), Budget Support as More Effective Aid? Recent Experiences and Emerging Lessons, Washington, DC: The World Bank, 2006, pp. 333-343. 117) ‘What Does Ownership Mean in Practice? Policy Learning and The Evolution of Pro- Poor Policies in Uganda’, in A. Paloni and M. Zinardi (eds), The IMF, World Bank and Policy Reform, Routledge, 2006, pp. 276-291 (with A. Verschoor). 118) ‘Trade Policy, Economic Performance, Poverty and Equity in Uganda’, in O. Morrissey and K. Sharma (eds), Trade, Growth and Inequality in Developing Countries, Routledge, 2006, pp. 63-85 (with N. Rudaheranwa and L. Moller). 119) ‘Spatial Inequality for Manufacturing Wages in Five African Countries’, in R. Kanbur and A. Venables (eds), Spatial Inequality and Development, Oxford University Press/WIDER, 2005, pp. 292-310 (with D. W. te Velde). 120) ‘Alternatives to Conditionality in Policy-Based Lending’, chapter 25 in S. Koeberle, H. Bedoya, P. Silarszky and G. Verheyen (Eds), Conditionality Revisited: Concepts, Experiences and Lessons, Washington, DC: The World Bank, 2005, pp. 237-248. 121) ‘British Aid Policy in the “Short-Blair” Years’, in P. Hoebink and O. Stokke (eds), Perspectives on European Development Co-operation, London: Routledge (Research EADI Studies in Development), 2005, pp. 161-183. 122) ‘The Role of the World Bank in the transfer of policy knowledge on trade liberalisation’, Chapter 8 in D. Nelson (ed), The Political Economy of Policy Reform, Elsevier, 2004, pp. 173-194 (with D. Nelson) 123) ‘Foreign Ownership and Wages: Evidence from East Asia and Africa’ in S. Perrin and F. Sachwald (eds), Foreign Direct Investment in Developing Countries: Leveraging the Role of Multinationals, Agence Francaise de Developpment and IFRI (Paris), 2004, pp. 103-120 (with D. W. te Velde) 124) ‘Introduction’ in P. Burnell and O. Morrissey (eds), The Political Economy of Foreign Aid, Edward Elgar, 2004, pp. xiii-xxiv (with Peter Burnell). 125) ‘Fiscal Effects of Aid’ in T. Addison and A. Roe (eds), Fiscal Policy for Development, Palgrave/WIDER, 2004, pp. 72-96 (with M. McGillivray). 126) ‘Making Debt-Relief Conditionality Pro-Poor’ in T. Addison, H. Hansen and F. Tarp (eds), Debt Relief for Poor Countries, Palgrave/WIDER, 2004, pp. 267-288. 127) ‘The Fragility of Empirical Links between Inequality, Trade Liberalisation, Growth and Poverty’ in Perspectives on Growth and Poverty, R. van der Hoeven and A. Shorrocks (eds), WIDER/UNU Press, 2003, pp. 113-143 (with J. Mbabazi and C. Milner). 128) ‘Trade, Investment Policy and Equity in South Korea’ in K. Sharma (ed), Trade Policy, Growth and Poverty in Asian Developing Countries, London: Routledge, 2003, pp. 95-109 (with D. W. te Velde). 129) ‘The WTO and Transfer of Policy Knowledge on Trade and Competition’ in H. Bloch (ed), Growth and Development in the Global Economy, Edward Elgar, 2003, pp 235-251 (with D. Nelson). 130) ‘Defining International Public Goods: Conceptual Issues’ chapter 2 in M. Ferroni and A. Mody (eds), International Public Goods: Incentives, Measurement and Financing, Kluwer for the World Bank, 2002, pp. 31-46 (with D. W. te Velde and A. Hewitt). 131) ‘Allocating Aid to International Public Goods’, chapter 5 in M. Ferroni and A. Mody (eds), International Public Goods: Incentives, Measurement and Financing, Kluwer for the World Bank, 2002, pp. 119-156 (with D. W. te Velde and A. Hewitt). 132) ‘Trade Liberalisation’ in C. Kirkpatrick, R. Clarke and C. Polidano (eds), Handbook on Development Policy and Management, Edward Elgar, 2002, pp 60-67. 133) ‘Trade Policy Reforms in sub-Saharan Africa: Implementation and Outcomes in the 1990s’ in D. Belshaw and I. Livingstone (eds), Renewing Development in sub- Saharan Africa: Policy, Performance and Prospects, Routledge, 2002, pp.339-353. 134) ‘Trade Liberalisation and Export Diversification in Nepal’, in O. Morrissey and M. Tribe (eds), Economic Policy and Manufacturing Performance in Developing Countries, Edward Elgar, 2001, pp. 120-137 (with Kishor Sharma). 135) ‘Lessons for Africa from East Asian Economic Policy’, in P. Lawrence and C. Thirtle (eds), Africa and Asia in Comparative Development, Palgrave, 2001, 34- 48. 136) ‘Tax Policy in Mauritius’, in R. Dabee and D. Greenaway (eds), The Mauritian Economy, Palgrave, 2001, Chapter 7, pp. 130-149. 137) ‘Foreign Aid in the Emerging Global Trade Environment’, chapter 16 in F. Tarp (ed) Foreign Aid and Development: Lessons Learned and Directions for the Future, Routledge, 2000, pp. 375-391. 138) ‘Donor Trade Benefits from Aid: Evidence from the EC and sub-Saharan Africa’, in D. Bevan, P. Collier, N. Gemmell and D. Greenaway (eds), Trade and Fiscal Adjustment in Africa, 2000, London: Macmillan Press, chapter 4 (56-75). 139) ‘Ownership and Export Performance in Tanzanian Enterprises’, in H. Jalilian, M. Tribe and J. Weiss (eds), Industrial Development and Policy in Africa: Issues of De-Industrialisation and Development Strategy, 2000, Edward Elgar, pp. 244-59 (with L. Grenier and A. McKay). 140) ‘Political Economy Dimensions of Economic Policy Reform’, in M. McGillivray and O. Morrissey (eds), Evaluating Economic Liberalisation, Basingstoke: Macmillan, 1999, pp. 83-102. 141) ‘Measuring Trade Liberalisation in Africa’ in M. McGillivray and O. Morrissey (eds), Evaluating Economic Liberalisation, Basingstoke: Macmillan, 1999 (with C. Milner), pp. 60-82 142) ‘Is there a link between Aid and Trade Flows? An Econometric Investigation’ in K. Gupta (ed), Foreign Aid: New Perspectives, Boston MA: Kluwer Academic Publishers, 1999 (with T. Cnossen and M. McGillivray). 143) ‘Aid and Trade Policy (In)Coherence’ in J. Forster and O. Stokke (eds) Policy Coherence in Development Cooperation, London: Frank Cass for EADI, 1999, pp.373-388. 144) ‘Economic and Financial Meltdown in Indonesia: Prospects for Sustained and Equitable Economic and Social Recovery’, in A. Budiman, B. Hatley and D. Kingsbury (eds), Reformasi: Crisis and Change in Indonesia, 1999, Melbourne: Monash Asia Institute (with Mark McGillivray), pp. 3-26. 145) ‘Trade Related Investment Measures in the Uruguay Round with reference to implications for Arab Countries’, in Hanaa Kheir-El-Din (ed), Implications of the Uruguay Round on the Arab Countries, Cairo: Dar Al-Mostaqbal Al-Arabi, 1997, pp. 324-345. 146) ‘The Fiscal Impact of Adjustment in Tanzania in the 1980s’, in C. K. Patel (Ed), Fiscal Reforms in the Least Developed Countries, Cheltenham: Edward Elgar, 1997, pp. 150-190 (with Priya Basu). 147) ‘Evaluating the Concessionality of Tied Aid Projects’, in C. Kirkpatrick and J. Weiss (Eds), Cost Benefit Analysis and Project Appraisal in Developing Countries, Cheltenham: Edward Elgar, 1996, 163-171. 148) ‘Multilateral Institutions and Unilateral Trade Liberalisation in Developing Countries’, in V. Balasubramanyam and D. Greenaway (Eds), International Trade and Economic Development : Essays in Honour of Jagdish Bhagwati, Macmillan, 1996 (with David Greenaway), pp. 135-160. 149) ‘Aid and Adjustment: Turkey in the 1980s’ in S. Togan and V. Balasubramanyam (Eds), The Economy of Turkey Since Liberalization, Macmillan, 1996, pp. 88-111. 150) ‘Conditionality and Compliance: The Sustainability of Adjustment in Turkey’, in Olav Stokke (Ed), Aid and Political Conditionality, Frank Cass (EADI), 1995, 295- 321. 151) ‘Trade Policy Reform in Developing Countries: Problems and Prospects’, in S. Mansoob Murshed and K. Raffer (Eds), Trade, Transfers and Development: Problems and Prospects for the Twenty First Century, Aldershot: Edward Elgar, 1994 (with David Greenaway), pp. 210-232. 152) ‘EC Aid and Trade Policy’ in EC Aid and Trade Policy, with evidence, Select Committee on The European Communities, House of Lords, Session 1992-93, 27th Report (1993, HMSO, with David Greenaway). 153) ‘The Aid and Trade Provision as Strategic Trade Policy’ in Carty, A. and H. Singer (Eds), Conflict and Change in the 1990s: Ethics, Laws and Institutions, London: Macmillan (for DSA), 1993, pp. 98-113. 154) ‘Bilateral Aid to Africa and Structural Adjustment Loans: Conflict or Consistency?’ in C. Milner and A. Rayner (Eds), Policy Adjustment in Africa: Case Studies in Economic Development:, Vol. I, London: Macmillan, 1992, pp. 133-148. 155) ‘Domestic Impact of Alternative UK Aid Policies’ in M. Malek (Ed), Contemporary Issues in European Development Aid, 1991, Aldershot: Gower, pp. 9-20. 156) ‘Are non-Domestic Rates a Suitable Local Business Tax’, in D. Collard (Ed), Fiscal Policy: Essays in Honour of Cedric Sandford, 1989, Avebury, pp. 28-45.
GRANTS AWARDED 2017 ESRC-DFID Research Project ‘GCRF: Pseudo-Panels for Long Period Analysis of African Household Surveys’, 2017-18 (Grant Reference: ES/P003389/1) 2016 Project on ‘Measuring Aid from a Recipient Perspective’ in the ESRC-DFID Research Programme on ‘Delivering Inclusive Financial Development and Growth’ 2016-2020 (Grant Reference: ES/N013344/1) 2015 Swedish Expert Group for Aid Studies (EBA), ‘Long-term Evaluation of Swedish Aid to Tanzania’ (team led by Mark McGillivray), 2015-16 2013 European Commission (DEVCO), research project on ‘Tax Revenue Mobilization in Developing Countries’ (with German Development Institute), 2013-14 International Growth Centre (IGC), Ghana, project on ‘Managing Resource Revenues’ (2013-14) (with Charles Ackah and Robert Osei) 2012 International Centre on Taxation and Development (ICTD), research project on ‘Aid and Taxation: New Data, New Evidence’ (with Wilson Pritchard), 2012-13 International Growth Centre (IGC), Tanzania, scoping project on ‘Agriculture Production and Productivity’ two phases (2012-14) (with Vincent Leyaro) 2011 Research on African Labour Markets (REALM), project on ‘Urban Labour in Ghana and Tanzania’ (with T. Owens, V. Leyaro and P. Twumasi Baffour) International Centre on Taxation and Development (ICTD), two scoping studies: ‘Tax Incidence in Sub-Saharan Africa’ (with JF Brun) and ‘Aid and Taxation’ (with JF Brun and Wilson Pritchard) 2010 Commonwealth Secretariat project on ‘Impact of China and India on Africa’, (with Evious Zgovu). Agence Française de Développement (AFD) project on ‘Aid and Government Expenditure’ July 2010 – March 2011 (with Alessia Isopi) 2008 Commonwealth Secretariat project on ‘Trade Preference Erosion and Developing Countries’, 2008-09 (with Chris Milner). 2005 EC FP6 TRADEAG Programme, project on ‘Agriculture in EPAs’, 2005-08. 2002 DfID EC-Prep, ‘Trade and Transport Costs in East Africa’, (with Chris Milner), 2002-04. 2000 DfID project #R7624 on ‘Determinants of International Capital Flows’, part of the DfID Globalisation and Poverty Research Programme, 2000-03. DfID project #R7617 on ‘Increasing the Poverty Leverage of Aid’ with Paul Mosley, Sheffield), 2000-03. 1996 Coordinator of a Research Programme from the ODA for three projects over 1996-99 in ‘Responding to the Changing Environment for Trade and Enterprise’. Manager of the CREDIT project on ‘Infrastructural and Institutional Constraints to Export Promotion for Private Enterprise’ (with C. Milner and A. McKay). Project Grant from the Overseas Development Administration for Phase II of the Structural Adjustment Forum over 1996-98. 1994 Programme grant from Ford Foundation to study ‘Export Promotion and Economic Development in the New World Trading Order’, for 1994-97 (as a member of a CREDIT team). Project grant from HM Treasury and DTI to research ‘Tariff Equivalents of Non- Tariff Barriers’, for 1994-95 (with a CREDIT team). Research grant from the Australian Research Council over 1994-96 for a pilot study of ‘Capital Flows and Trade Relations in South East Asia’ (with Mark McGillivray, Deakin University, Melbourne). 1993 Project grant by the ESCOR Committee of the Overseas Development Administration for the period 1993-95, to study ‘Revenue Instability in sub- Saharan Africa’ (with David Greenaway, Norman Gemmell and Mike Bleaney). Project grant from the Overseas Development Administration in 1993, to convene a Structural Adjustment Forum, with workshops, a newsletter and database, for the period 1993-95 (with David Greenaway)
COMMISSIONED STUDIES AND PAPERS Swedish Development Cooperation with Tanzania – Has It Helped the Poor? Study of the long-run impact on Swedish aid to Tanzania for EBA, The Expert Group for Aid Studies. Published as Mark McGillivray, David Carpenter, Oliver Morrissey and Julie Thaarup (2016) http://eba.se/en/swedish-development-cooperation-with-tanzania- has-it-helped-the-poor/#sthash.CucGsh8Z.dpbs. Study on the Attainment of a Single Customs Territory for a Fully Fledged EAC Customs Union for the East African Community (EAC) Secretariat (with E. Zgovu, N. Rudaheranwa and ASI), 2012 The Impact of China and India on Africa, for Commonwealth Secretariat, 2010 (with Evious Zgovu) Trade and Transport Costs in Africa, for African Development Bank, 2009 Trade Preference Erosion and Developing Countries, for Commonwealth Secretariat, 2009 (with Chris Milner and Evious Zgovu) Issues in Incorporating Regulatory Reforms in EPAs, for DG Trade, January – April 2007 (CREDIT team). Agricultural Distortions in Tanzania, case study for comparative World Bank project, May 2006 – May 2007. A Sustainability Impact Assessment of WTO Negotiations on Trade in Agricultural Commodities, for DG Trade, March 2004 – September 2005 (with ODI and IDPM). An Assessment of Investment Incentives in Belize and St Lucia, for the Commonwealth Secretariat, June 2004 – May 2005 (with a CREDIT team). Assessing the Impact of an EPA with the EU on Mauritius, for Government of Mauritius, June 2003-July 2004 (with C. Milner, D. Greenaway and G. Reed) Market Failures and Industrial Policy as a Public Good, commissioned study for UNIDO, March 2003 – March 2004 (with D. W. te Velde, ODI). The Effects of Trade on Poverty in Uganda, study for DFID as part of the Uganda Trade and Poverty Project, April 2003 (with L. Moller and N. Rudaheranwa). A Sustainability Impact Assessment of Doha Negotiations on Trade in non-Agricultural Commodities, for DG Trade, March 2002 - February 2003 (with ODI and IDPM). Trade Liberalisation and Food Security in Developing Countries, paper for FAO ‘Experts Consultation on Trade and Food Security’, Rome, 11-12 July 2002. Foreign Direct Investment, Wage Inequality and Poverty, end of project report to DFID, December 2002 (with D. W. te Velde, ODI). The Poverty Impacts of Revenue Systems in Developing Countries, report for DFID, November 2001-February 2002 (with N. Gemmell) Study on the Link Between Trade Policies and Domestic Policies in Developing Countries, for DG Trade, the European Commission, ODI, January-July 2001 (with D. te Velde). Financing International Public Goods, report for The World Bank, ODI, November 2000 - June 2001 (with D. te Velde and A. Hewitt). Case Studies of the Poverty Experience in Economies Undergoing Economic Adjustment, background paper to DFID for the 2000 Globalisation White Paper, June 2000. Sustainability Impact Assessment Study of a WTO New Round, for the European Commission, May 1999 - October 1999 (CREDIT and IDPM, University of Manchester). The Impact of Multilateral Trade Liberalisation on Low-income Countries, Report for DG1, European Commission, September 1998 - March 1999 (with A. Blake and G. Reed) Fiscal Implications of Debt in Developing Countries, background paper for DFID, November 1998 (with L. Grenier). Study on the Economic Impact of Introducing Reciprocity into Trade Relations between the EU and EAC Countries, for DG8, May - November 1998 (with A. McKay, C. Milner, C. Jackson and N. Rudaheranwa). Experience with Adjustment: Lessons for EC Policy as a Donor, 1996, Issues paper for the Reflections Group of the European Commission (DG VIII) on Partnership 2000. The European Union’s Anti-Dumping Policy and Non-Tariff Barriers to Trade, a Report to HMT and DTI, 1995 (with a CREDIT team) The Structure of Protection in Manufacturing Industry in Ethiopia, 1994, for the Ministry of Planning and Economic Development (Ethiopia) The Fiscal Impact of Adjustment in Tanzania, 1993, for UNCTAD A Methodology for Analysing the Effects of Dumping and Anti-Dumping Remedies, 1992, for Grant Thornton (for the European Commission)
OTHER ACADEMIC ACTIVITIES REFEREEING ACTIVITY Referee for American Economic Review, American Political Science Review, American Journal of Political Science, Development Policy Review, Economic Journal, European Journal of Development Research, European Journal of Political Economy, FinanceArchiv, Fiscal Studies, Journal of African Economies, Journal of Development Economics, Journal of Development Studies, Journal of Economic Integration, Journal of Public Economics, J. of International Development, JITED, J. of World Trade, Review of International Economics, Review of International Organisations, Review of World Economics, World Bank Economic Review, The World Economy, World Development. GRANT ASSESSOR FOR Referee of research grant applications for DFID, ESRC, Leverhulme Trust, Nuffield Foundation, Danish Ministry of Foreign Affairs, Austrian Science Council, Academy of Finland, Research Council of Norway, FNRS (Belgium), Australian Development Research Awards (AusAID), Canadian Social Science Research Council, and AERC (Nairobi).
Research Student supervision: 46 PhD students since 1995 (successfully completed).
Internal Examiner for 29 Doctoral theses since 1995
External Examiner for 50 Doctoral theses since 1998; since 2005 include ANU, Bath, Cape Town, Copenhagen, Groningen, Kent, Leicester, LSE, Manchester, Milan, Oxford, Paris (DIAL), Sussex, TCD, UCD, UEA, UdA (CERDI), and Warwick.
External Examiner MSc programmes: University of Birmingham (2006-9); University of Glasgow (2010-13); University of Kent (2012-15); University of Oxford (2015-18) External Examiner for BA in Economics: Durham University (2006-9); Aston University (2012-15), UCD (2018-)