David Ubilava

I am a Senior Lecturer (Assistant Professor) of Economics at the University of Sydney. My research lies at the crossroads of climate economics and time series econometrics. I am particularly interested in measuring the impact of climate anomalies, such as El Niño Southern Oscillation (ENSO), on agricultural production, commodity price behavior, and economic growth. To that end, I examine regime-dependent linkages of prices and other economic variables over time as well as across markets or geographic locations. My research has been published in American Journal of Agricultural Economics, Australian Journal of Agricultural and Resource Economics, Agricultural Economics, World Development, and other academic journals.

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