Rodney Edward FALVEY, economist in the field of International Trade Theory; Trade Relations: Commercial Policy: International Economic Integration; International Investment and Foreign Aid.
FALVEY, Rodney Edward was born in 1948 in Timaru, New Zealand.
Bachelor of Arts, Master of Arts University Canterbury, New Zealand, 1970, 1971. Doctor of Philosophy University Rochester, 1975.
Assistant Professor, Virginia Polytechnic Institute, Institution & State University, 1974-1976. Assistant Professor, Tulane University, 1976-1978. Visiting Lector, University Auckland, 1980.
Senior Research Fellow, American National University, 1983-1985. Association Professor of Economics, Tulane University, New Orleans, Louisiana, United States of America,
Comparisons of the effects of price and quantitative trade restrictions, extending the
non-equivalence results to include consideration of the transfer problem, capital mobility and illegal trade. Recent interest involves multiproduct industries, specifically the explanation of import upgrading under trade controls and the analysis of the effects of trade policies on the volume and range of intra-industry trade.