International Trade, International Migration, Economic Growth & Development
My current research in international trade includes industrial policy and issues pertaining to the gains from trade in the presence of external economies of scale. My research in international migration examines the welfare implications of skilled emigration for a developing country.
- Ph D: Economics, (2012), Pennsylvania State University - Middletown, PA
Dissertation/Thesis Title: "Essays in International Trade and Migration"
- MS: Economics, (2006), University of the West Indies - Kingston, Jamaica
Supporting Area: Financial Economics, Game Theory
- BS: Economics and Business, (2004), University of the West Indies - Kingston, Jamaica
Awards and Honors
- Certificate of Excellence for Leadership, Leadership - University of the West Indies
- Faculty Honor Society Inductee for academic excellence, Scholarship/Research - University of the West Indies
- G. Arthur Brown Memorial Scholarship, Scholarship/Research - University of the West Indies
- The Economics Prize, Scholarship/Research - University of the West Indies
- UWIÍs Calendar for Academic Excellence, Scholarship/Research - University of the West Indies
- Kucheryavyy, K., Lyn, G., Rodriguez-Clare, A., National Bureau of Economic, Research, . (2016) "Grounded by gravity : a well-behaved trade model with industry-level economies of scale,"
- Lyn, G., Andrés Rodríguez-Clare, A. (2013) "External Economies and International Trade Redux: Comment," Quarterly Journal of Economics 128:4 pp. 1895-1905
Contracts, Fellowships, Grants and Sponsored Research
- Department of Economics Fellowship (2004), Fellowship - University of the West Indies