David Ubilava

I am a Senior Lecturer (Tenured 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.

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