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Peter Bailey from the New Zealand Ministry of Foreign Affairs and Trade says that ImpactECON’s work is cutting edge and their independence adds considerable credibility.

Release of report on the impact of the Comprehensive and Progressive Agreement for Trans-Pacific Partnership on New Zealand Economy.


ImpactECON working paper on the impacts of reversing NAFTA was cited in the Wall Street Journal, CNBC, CNN and the New York Times on October 16.

Working paper on the Impact of Reversing NAFTA released.

ImpactECON presented “Supply Chains and Tariff Rates: The Impact of Reversing NAFTA” at the USITC on Thursday, February 23.


ImpactECON announces several new videos examining the Global Supply Chain database and modeling framework.

ImpactECON announces its new Global Supply Chain database and model, along with new labor quantities and updates to the MyGTAP modelling framework.

New willingness to Pay method for examining non-tariff measures presented at 2016 Conference on Global Economic Analysis.

ImpactECON Director, Dr. Walmsley, presented at the Third High-Level Meeting on Country-Led Knowledge Sharing, held at the World Bank, March 30-31 2016, Washington, DC.

ImpactECON Awarded EU Parliament Framework Contract.

ImpactECON introduces new working paper series.

Release of report for the New Zealand Ministry of Foreign Affairs and Trade (MFAT) examining the benefits of Trans-Pacific Partnership program.

Report on potential scenarios for growth in Vietnam released as part of a Government-World Bank joint report on future growth in Vietnam.

Susan Stone (OECD) describes ImpactECON as a “first-rate, professional organisation that delivers high-quality analysis in a timely, accessible manner.

Dr. Walmsley, Director of ImpactECON, inducted into the GTAP Hall of Fame.