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Dr. Paul McPhee

Lecturer in Economics

Business 01



Mt Helen Campus, Online


Dr Paul McPhee researches areas of regional economic policy, development, modelling and analysis and applies input-output models to a variety of regional and environmental issues. Dr McPhee is currently researching economic impacts of carbon emission reduction policies, COVID-19, information and knowledge flows on innovation, export facilitation and regional economic development.

Paul has worked with the Australia federal government as an economic statistician and coordinating and reporting on prudential regulation and counter money-laundering policies. He developed key financial and economic indicators used by federal ministers to promote Australia’s financial services and has performed several regional economic impact and industry significance studies for government and the private sector. Paul held an ARC scholarship with regional development training and ARC accreditation.

Paul serves on the National Committee of the Australian and New Zealand Regional Science Association International. He is also a member of the International Input-Outputs Society, Econometric Society and Australian Economic Society.

Export Driven Regional Development: A Comparison of Policies based on Tiberi-Vipraio-Hodgkinson Innovation Strategies and Neworked Information Flows

  • Journals

Regional supply-to-demand flows with Jacobs or MAR spillover dominance: A modified input-output approach using innovation-indicator matrices and the Tiberi-Vipraio-Hodgkinson innovation typology

  • Conference Proceedings

Export performance in small and medium enterprises - Sectoral and regional dimensions

  • Book Chapters