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PAUL M. COMOLLI

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International College of Economics and Finance
State University-Higher School of Economics
Myasnitsky Proezd 4/3, Room 315
Moscow 107078
RUSSIA

Phone: 923-44-19 (office), 923-00-62 (message)
Fax: 925-79-33

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FIELDS OF SPECIALIZATION: Microeconomics, International Economics, Natural Resources, Energy, Environmental Policy, Growth and Development, Law, Game Theory, Mathematical Modeling.

EDUCATION:

Ph.D., Economics, Purdue University (1975), West Lafayette, IN.

Dissertation: Dynamic General-Equilibrium Models in Environmental Economics, published as Pollution Control in a Simplified General-Equilibrium Model with Production Externalities, Journal of Environmental Economics and Management (1977), vol. 4, 289-304.

Committee: Yoshi Otani (Chair), Akira Takayama, James Moore, Sheng Hu, and John Carlson.

M.B.A., Finance, Wright State University (1971), Dayton, OH.

B.S., Chemical Engineering, Miami University (1969), Oxford, OH.

EMPLOYMENT:

Consultant, London School of Economics and Political Science, 01/09/00 31/05/01, at ICEF, Moscow

Professor of Economics, Univ. of Kansas, Department of Economics, Lawrence, KS, on leave 2000/01.

RECENT CONSULTING EXPERIENCE:

  • expert witness in antitrust cases (oil and natural gas) and public utility rate review hearings (Kansas Corporation Commission)
  • short-term assignments on industrialization and economic development (UNIDO)
  • short-term expert in teams projects on small-scale privatization and capital market development in Russia and Ukraine (CIES institutional grants)
  • short-term consultant in financial sector and private sector development in FSU (USAID grants)
  • conducted on-site market research (externally funded) on the Russian pharmaceutical market

RECENT PUBLICATIONS:

  • A Theorem on the Gains from International Factor Mobility, International Economic Journal, vol. 14, no. 1, Spring 2000, 1-9.
  • Pecuniary Effects, Second-Order Conditions and the LRAC Curve, Journal of Economic Education, vol. 31, no. 2, Spring 2000, 131-143.
  • On the Gains from an Expansion in Factor Mobility in Bilateral Trade, Journal of International Trade and Economic Development, vol. 8, no. 4, December 1999, 349-364.
  • Property Rights, Imperfect Information, and the Coase Theorem, in D. Kanterelis, ed., Business & Economics for the 21st Century, vol. II, Business & Economics Society International (1998), 378-389.
  • Penetrating the Russian Pharmaceutical Market: A Case Study of Ros-Am-Bis, in Bob Donnorummo, et al, eds., Case Studies on Economic Transformation: Russia, Kazakhstan and Eastern Europe, Univ. of Pittsburgh (1996), 192-200.

RECENT PRESENTATIONS:

  • Long-Run Energy Price Forecasts and the Resource Extractive Firm, annual meetings of the Eastern Economic Association, March 2000, Washington, DC.
  • "Revisiting NAFTA: Economic Issues in Relaxing Constraints on Labor Migration between the U.S. and Mexico", 2000 International Applied Business Research Conference, March 2000, Puerto Vallarta, MX
  • Modelling Bilateral Trade Agreements as a Two-Stage Game, annual meetings of the Eastern Economic Association, March 1999, Boston, MA.
  • Optimal Public Investment in Pollution Control Capital under Sustainability Criteria for a Neoclassical Economy, annual meetings of the Eastern Economic Association, March 1998, New York, NY.


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