- Triggs A, McKibbin WJ, February 2020, Global implications of a US-led currency war paper no. 17/2020.
- McKibbin WJ, Triggs A, March 2019, Stagnation vs singularity: The global implications of alternative productivity growth scenarios paper no. 26/2019.
- Tyers R, Zhou Y, February 2019, The US-China trade dispute: A macro perspective paper no. 11/2019.
Countries are linked through trade flows and asset markets. The modelling of these interactions has been undertaken in large-scale model such as: computable general equilibrium models (for trade); large-scale macro-econometric models (aggregated trade and capital flows); and intertemporal general equilibrium models (trade detail and asset flows). There is also an emerging literature of smaller theoretical simulation models particularly of real business cycle and new Keynesian theories which attempt to understand global interdependence better. This program will bring together researchers interested in the linkages between countries and how these linkages impact on our understanding of economic outcomes in small open and large open economies.