McKibbin W., A. Stoeckel and YingYing Lu (2014), “Global Fiscal Adjustment and Trade Rebalancing” , The World Economy Vol 37, Issue 7, pages 892-922
Trade Policy Today: a new approach for a changed world, (with Hayden Fisher), Rural Industries Research Corporation Publication No 14/059, August 2014
McKibbin W. and A. Stoeckel (2010) “Modelling the Global Financial Crisis”, Oxford Review of Economic Policy, Vol 25, No 4, p581-607.
McKibbin W. and A Stoeckel (2010) “The Global Financial Crisis: Causes and Consequences”. Asian Economic Papers, Vol 8, No. 10.
McKibbin W. and A. Stoeckel (2009) “Modelling the Global Financial Crisis”, paper prepared for VII Colloquium on “Financial Collapse: How are the Biggest Nations and Organizations Managing the Crisis?” Jointly organized by the Associazione Luiss-Guido Carli and Fondazione Cesifin Alberto Predieri in collaboration with the editors of the Journal of Financial Stability, 2 October.
Policy Transparency: Why does it Work: Who does it Best? (With Hayden Fisher), Centre for International Economics, Canberra, 2008
‘The Ethical Challenge of Trade Policy’ in The Ethics of Foreign Policy, Edited by David B. MacDonald, Robert G. Patman and Betty Mason-Parker, University of Otago, New Zealand, 2007.
Trade Policy & Developing Countries: Where to Now?, (with Clare Saunders and Michael Monck), Centre for International Economics, Canberra, 2007
Trade Liberalisation and Structural Change, (with James Corbishley and David Garrett), Centre for International Economics, Canberra, 2006.
‘Free’ Trade Agreements: Making Them Better, (with John Humphreys), Centre for International Economics, Canberra, 2005.
Agricultural Trade Policy Made Easy, Making Sense of Trade Policy for Farmers, Policymakers and the Public, Centre for International Economics, Canberra, 2005
Termites in the Basement: To Free Up Trade, Fix the WTO’s Foundations, Centre for International Economics, Canberra, 2004.
The Political Economy of Beef Liberalisation, a Collection of International Papers, a study prepared for the Five Nations Beef Group, Centre for International Economics, Canberra, 2003.
Greening Farm Subsidies: The Next Step in Removing Perverse Farm Subsidies, (with John Humphreys and Martin van Bueren), Centre for International Economics, Canberra, 2003.
Economic Benefits from an AFTA-CER Free Trade Area, Davis, L. , McKibbin, W., and A. Stoeckel (2000) Centre for International Economics, Canberra, 73 pages.
Asia’s Meltdown & Agriculture, Centre for International Economics, Canberra, 44 pages (ISBN 1-875149-29-5).
Effects of APEC Liberalization, with a Focus on Thailand and Indonesia, Stoeckel A., McKibbin, W., Feridhanusetyawan, T. and Khatikarn, K (1997 Centre for International Economics, 47 pages. (ISBN 1875149279).
Opportunity of a Century to Liberalise Farm Trade, rapporteur’s report by Hugh Corbet and Andy Stoeckel, with a Chairman’s Statement by Clayton Yeutter, summary of proceedings for the Cordell Hull Institute’s meeting at Airlie House, Virginia, May 2002.
Bad Aid, Bad Trade: Preferential Trade and Developing Countries, prepared for Cairns Group Farm Leaders Meeting, Uruguay 2001.
Solving the Problem: A Look at the Political Economy of Agricultural Reform, prepared for Cairns Group Farm Leaders Meeting, Banff 2000.
Stoeckel A., McKibbin W.J., and KK Tang (2000) “Productivity, Risk and the Gains from Trade Liberalisation” Pelham Papers – no 9, Melbourne Business School.
Reason versus Emotion: Requirements For A Successful WTO Round, Convened for the Cairns Group Farm Leaders in conjunction by the Centre for International Economics, Canberra and the Cordell Hull Institute, Washington, DC, Thursday, 2 December 1999, Seattle.
The Gains from Trade Liberalisation with Endogenous Productivity and Risk Premium Effects (with KK Tang and W. McKibbin). Technical paper prepared for seminar Reason versus Emotion: Requirements for a Successful WTO Round, December 2 1999, Seattle.
Intellectual Property Rights In Agricultural Trade, a paper presented at the conference on agriculture and new trade agenda from a development perspective: 1–2 October 1999, Geneva.
East Asia’s Response to the Crisis: A Quantitative Analysis, (with W. McKibbin) a paper prepared for:ASEM Regional Economist’s Workshop: From Recovery to Sustainable Development Denpasar, Bali, Indonesia September 15 – 17, 1999.
Global Trade Reform: Maintaining Momentum, Department of Foreign Affairs and Trade 1999 (in which the economic analysis was provided by A. Stoeckel, D.Vincent and W. McKibbin).
Minerals — Our Wealth Down Under, a paper commissioned by the Minerals Council of Australia, Canberra, 1999.
McKibbin W. and A. Stoeckel (1999) “East Asia’s Response to the Crisis: A Quantitative Analysis”, Report prepared for the World Bank.
Asia’s Meltdown & Agriculture, a study commissioned by The World Bank, (with W. McKibbin, S. Fisher, and B. Borrell), Centre for International Economics, Canberra, 1998.
Trojan horse or more horsepower? Foreign investment and the Australian rural economy, (with B Borrell and S Fisher), Centre for International Economics, Canberra, 1998.
Effects of APEC Liberalisation: Focus on Thailand & Indonesia: Studies in APEC Liberalisation (with W. McKibbin, T. Feridhanusetyawan and K. Khatikan), Centre for International Economics, Canberra, 1997.
Meat Industry Strategic Plan to the Year 2001, Meat Research Corporation, Sydney, July 1996.
Moving into the Fast Lane, New Zealand Business Roundtable in association with Auckland Chamber of Commerce and Industry and Wellington Chamber of Commerce, Wellington, March 1996.
One Shoe per Person: Explaining the Hidden Trade-offs in Protection Policy, Centre for International Economics, Canberra, 1996.
McKibbin W.J., Pearce D., and A. Stoeckel (1994) Economic Effects of Reducing Carbon Dioxide Emissions, Centre for International Economics, Canberra.
Mexico & New Zealand: Lessons for Australia, Centre for International Economics, Canberra, 1993.
What’s Holding Business Back? (with D. Pearce and D. Harris), Centre for International Economics, Canberra, 1993.
Services: Setting the Agenda for Reform (with D. Quirke), Department of Industry, Technology and Commerce, Canberra, 1992.
Securing Sustainable Development (with D. Vincent), Centre for International Economics, Canberra, 1991.
Wool Into the 21st Century: Structuring the Industry for Success and Implications for the Stockpile, Centre for International Economics, Canberra, 1991.
Qantas and the Balance of Payments: A Comment, Centre for International Economics, 1990.
The Economic Potential for Adding Further Value to Victorian Agricultural Products (with S. Cuthbertson), Centre for International Economics, 1990.
Western Trade Blocs: Game, Set or Match for Asia–Pacific and the World Economy? (with D. Pearce and G. Banks), Centre for International Economics, Canberra, 1990.
Wool Into the 21st Century: Implications for Marketing and Profitability (with B. Borrell and D. Quirke), Centre for International Economics, Canberra, 1990.
Macroeconomic Consequences of Farm Support Policies (with D. Vincent and S. Cuthbertson (eds)), Duke University Press, 1989.
Economic Effects of International Tourism, Centre for International Economics, Canberra, 1988.
Effects of EC Agricultural Policies: A General Equilibrium Approach — Initial Results (with J. Breckling and S. Thorpe), prepared for the Wiston House Conference ‘Economy-wide Effects of Farm Support Policies’, in collaboration with the Trade Policy Research Centre and the Australian Bureau of Agricultural Economics, 1987.
Successful Strategies for Australian Trade (with S. Cuthbertson), Centre for International Economics, Canberra, 1987.
Trade Wars — Agriculture, Australian Chamber of Commerce/Westpac Economic Discussion Paper 3, Sydney, 1987.
‘Australian agriculture: what is the future?’ Quarterly Review of the Rural Economy, vol. 8, no. 2, 1986.
Agricultural Policies in the European Community: Their Origins, Nature and Effects on Production and Trade (joint author of chapter 18), Policy Monograph No. 2, Bureau of Agricultural Economics, 1985.
Intersectoral Effects of the CAP: Growth, Trade and Unemployment, Occasional Paper No. 95, Bureau of Agricultural Economics, AGPS, Canberra, 1985.
Some General Equilibrium Effects of Mining Growth on the Economy, Australian Journal of Agricultural Economics, vol 23, no1, 1979.