BCom(Hons) PhD (Otago)
Tel: 64 3 479 8686
Room 512, 5th Floor, Otago Business School
Alan’s current research interests primarily relate to the application of time-series modelling techniques (in particular, cointegration and unit-root tests) to a variety of applications. These include: modelling the determinants of international trade flows, testing the income convergence hypothesis, investigating the behaviour of expectations in the presence of an inflation target, and modelling the determinants of carbon emissions. His main area of teaching interest is international economics – in particular, open economy macroeconomics.
Take a look at Alan’s selected publications below:
King, A. and Ramlogan-Dobson, C. (2015) “International income convergence: Is Latin America actually different?” Economic Modelling, 49: 212-222.
Jaforullah, M. and King, A. (2015) “Does the use of renewable energy sources mitigate CO2 emissions? A reassessment of the US evidence.” Energy Economics, 49: 711-717.
King, A. and Ramlogan-Dobson, C. (2015) “Is Africa actually developing?” World Development, 66: 598-613.
King, A. and Ramlogan-Dobson, C. (2014) “Are income differences within the OECD diminishing? Evidence from Fourier unit root tests.” Studies in Nonlinear Dynamics and Econometrics, 18: 185-199.
Alan’s teaching responsibilities include: