|Center For Southeast Asian Studies
University of Wisconsin-Madison
Ian Coxhead (PhD Econ., Australian national University) is a professor in the Department of Agricultural and Applied Economics and was Director of CSEAS from 2002 - 2005. He is a specialist in economic growth and development, trade, agricultural development, and the environment, with regional concentration on the Philippines, Thailand, and Vietnam. At UW-Madison he teaches development economics at both graduate and undergraduate leves. He is the author of The Open Economy and the Environment: Development, Trade, and Resources in Asia (Edward Elgar Co, 2003, with Sisira Jayasuriya).
For more information on Professor Coxhead's courses, publications and research projects, please see his Agricultural and Applied Economics homepage.
Recent and Selected Publications:
Coxhead, Ian and Gladys Buenavista, eds. (2001). Seeking Sustainability: Challenges of natural Resource Management in a Philippine Watershed. Los Banos, Philippines: Phil. Council on Agricultural Research, Natural Resources and Development.
Coxhead, Ian, and Sisira Jayasuriya (2003) "Development strategy, poverty, and deforestation in the Philippines". Environment and Evelopment Economics, in press. (Also University of Wisconsin-Madison Department of Agricultural and Applied Economics, Staff Papers No. 455 (December 2002)).
Coxhead, Ian (2003). "Development and the environment in Asia: A Survey of Recent Literature", Asian-Pacific Economic Literature, (17(1), May), pp. 22-54.
Rola, Agnes C., and Ian Coxhead (2003) "Does non-farm job growth encourage or retared soil conservation in Philippine uplands?" Philippine Journal of Development XXIX (1), First Semester 2002, pp. 55-84.
Punyasavatsut, Chaiyuth, and Ian Coxhead (2000). "When is globalization good for long-run growth? Trade reforms, coordination failures and some alternative futures for the new NICs". Thammasat Review 4(1), December, pp. 114-144.
Coxhead, Ian (2000). "The consequences of Philippine food self-sufficiency policies for economic welfare and agricultural land degradation." World Development 28 (1) (January), 111-128.
Coxhead, Ian and Jiraporn Plangpraphan (1999). "Economic boom, financial bust, and the decline of Thai agriculture: Was growth in the 1990s too fast:", Chulalongkorn Journal of Economics 11(1), January, pp. 76-96.
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