Staff profile - Pasquale Sgro
Prof Pasquale Sgro
|Position:||Interim Head of Department Economics|
|Faculty or Division:||Faculty of Business & Law|
|Department:||Department of Economics|
|Campus:||Melbourne Burwood Campus|
|Phone:||+61 3 92445245 +61 3 92445245|
- Co-Editor of 'Journal of International Trade and Economic Development' published by Routledge (U.K. and U.S.A)
- Associate Editor, 'Journal of Asia Entrepreneurship and Sustainability'
- Associate Editor, 'Research in Economics'
- Member of Editorial Board 'Applied Economics: systematic research'
- Member of Editorial Board of 'International Journal of Decision Sciences, Risk and Management' (IJDSRM)
- Member of the Scientific Committee for the European Economic and Finance Society (EEFS)
- The Economic Society of Australia and New Zealand.
- Economics for Managers
Information about the Journal of International Trade and Economics Development is available online, including past issues and abstracts, notes for contributors and the submissions policy:
1. International trade - Co-editor of the Journal of International Trade and Economic Development
The Journal of International Trade and Economic Development is a peer-reviewed journal which focuses on international economics, development and, more importantly, the interface between trade and development. The links between trade and development are critical at a time when both fluctuating commodity prices and trade liberalisation and agreements can radically affect the economies of developing countries. It is designed to meet the needs of international and development economists, economic historians, applied economists and policy makers. The international experts who make up the journal's Editorial Board encourage contributions from economists world-wide.
European editor: Charles van Marrewijk (Universiteit Utrecht, J Utrecht, The Netherlands)
North American editor: David E.A. Giles (University of Victoria, Canada)
Australian editor: Pasquale M. Sgro (Deakin Graduate School of Business)
2. Growth theory
3. Labour economics
4. Environment and development economics
5. Illegal immigration, technology and employment