Director of Research
Professor Warwick Mckibbin
About McKibbin Software Group Pty Ltd
MSG was formed in 1993 with the goal of making available the latest developments in numerical algorithms for research and policy analysis. The application of these techniques to developing global economic models has put McKibbin Software Group at the frontier of research in global modelling and formed a base for a global network of researchers.
About the Director of Research
The Director of Reseach for MSG is Professor Warwick McKibbin.
Professor Warwick J. McKibbin is Distinguished Professor in Economics and Public Policy in the Crawford School of Public
Policy in the Australian National University College of Asia and the
Pacific. He is also a Non-Resident Senior Fellow at the Petersen Institute for International Economics
Professor McKibbin is a Research Fellow in the Centre for Economic Policy Research (CEPR), London.
Professor McKibbin was foundation Director of the Centre for Applied Macroeconomic Analysis and the ANU Research School
Professor McKibbin was a member of the Board of the Reserve
Bank of Australia (the Australian equivalent of the Board of Governors
of the US Federal Reserve) from 2001-2011. He was a Professorial Fellow at the Lowy
Institute for International Policy (2003-2012) in Sydney where is was involved
in the design and development of the Lowy Institute for a decade from
served as a member of the Australian Prime Ministers Science, Engineering and innovation
Council and on the Australian Prime Minister's Taskforce on Uranium Mining Processing and Nuclear
Energy in Australia.
Professor McKibbin is internationally renowned for his contributions to global economic
modeling. He has published more that 200 academic papers as well as being a regular
commentator in the popular press. He has authored / edited four books including the book "Global
Linkages: Macroeconomic Interdependence and Cooperation in the World Economy" written with Professor Jeffrey Sachs of Columbia University and "Climate Change Policy after Kyoto: A Blueprint
for a Realistic Approach" with Professor Peter Wilcoxen of Syracuse University.
ProfessorMcKibbin received his B.Com (Honours 1) and University Medal from University of NSW (1980) and his AM (1984) and a PhD (1986) from Harvard University. He is a Fellow of the Australian
Academy of Social Sciences and was awarded the Centenary medal in 2003 "For Service to Australian
Society through Economic Policy and Tertiary Education".
He has been a
consultant for many international agencies and a range of governments on issues of macroeconomic
policy, international trade and finance, greenhouse policy issues, global demographic change and the
economic cost of pandemics.
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