The economics of industry, regulation of network utilities, competition policy, pricing strategy, markets with boundedly rational consumers.
- Emeritus Professor of International Economics, The Johns Hopkins University; Professorial Fellow, University of Melbourne
- Emeritus Professor of International Economics, The Johns Hopkins University; and Professorial Fellow, University of Melbourne, Other Foreign Institutions, 2002
Economic theory: game theory; bounded rationality.
Econometrics, trends and transitions in economic activity, asset price bubble detection methods, modelling volatility in financial data, and automated model building for policy analysis and forecasting
The economic history of late-medieval Britain and Ireland, with particular reference to human-environment interactions during the 14th century and trends in agricultural output and productivity from the 13th to 19th centuries