Carnegie Hall, Room 310
International economics, labor economics, Latin America, economic restructuring, and trade
Carnegie Hall, 310A
Professor Robertson's interests include international economics (trade and exchange rates), labor economics, and development. His most recent research focuses on the effects of trade on labor markets, including Cambodia and Mexico. He is a non-resident fellow at the Center for Global Development in Washington D.C. and a member of the Advisory Committee on International Economic Policy at the U.S. State Department. He teaches econometrics, international economics, and Economic Restructuring in Latin America.
BA: Trinity University 1991
Fulbright Scholar 1991–1992 Mexico City
MS: Economics, University of Texas at Austin, 1995
PhD: Economics, University of Texas at Austin, 1997