Gary Ka Kei WONG

Full-time Staff

Title Associate Professor of Economics
Office

Room 3035, Humanities and Social Sciences Building
University of Macau, E21B
Avenida da Universidade,Taipa, Macau, China

Telephone +(853) 88228956
Fax +(853) 88222339
E-mail garywong@um.edu.mo
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  • Research Area
  • Courses Taught
  • Selected Publications
  • Applied Demand Analysis, Intertemporal Demand Systems and Applied Trade Models
 
  • ECON1002     Mathematics I
  • ECON2002     Intermediate Microeconomics I
  • ECON3002     Econometrics I
  • ECON4006     Industrial Economics
     

Refereed Journals

1. Cooper RJ, KR McLaren, and Wong, K. K. (2001) On the Empirical Exploitation of Consumers' Profit Functions in Static Analyses. Economics Letters Vol 72 181-187.

2. Wong, K.K. (2003) Towards a More General Approach to Testing the Time Additivity Hypothesis. Applied Economics Vol 35 (16), 1729-1738.

3. Wong, K.K. (2004) A New Approach to Modelling GNP Functions: An Application of Two-Stage technologies and Modifying Function Approach. Australian Economic Papers Vol 43 315-339.

4. Wong, K. K. and KR McLaren. (2005) Specification and Estimation of Inverse Demand Systems: A Distance Function Approach. American Journal of Agricultural Economics, Vol 87 823-834.

5. Wong, K. K. and HJ Park. (2007) The Use of Conditional Cost Function to Generate Estimable Mixed Demand Systems. American Journal of Agricultural Economics, Vol 89 273-286.

6. McLaren & Wong. K. K. (2009) Effective Global Regularity and Empirical Modeling of Direct, Inverse and Mixed Demand Systems. Canadian Journal of Economics, Vol 42 749-770.

7. McLaren & Wong. K. K. (2009) The Benefit Function Approach to Modeling Marshallian and Hicksian Inverse Demand Systems: An Application of Duality Theory. American Journal of Agricultural Economics.

8. Wong, K. K. (2013) An Empirical Investigation of the Trade Benefit Function, Economics Letters, Vol 119, 150-153.

9. Wong, K. K. (2013) Trade Distance Functions and the Derivation of Inverse Demand for Imports, Applied Economics, Vol 45 (29), 4160-4168.

10. Kim, McLaren & Wong. K. K. (2013) Empirical Demand Systems Incorporating Intertemporal Consumption Dynamics. Empirical Economics, Vol 45 349-370.

11. Wong, K. K. and Park. (2018) Consumption Dynamics in Inverse Demand Systems: An Application to Meat and Fish Demand in Korea. Agricultural Economics, Vol 49 777–786.

12. Kim, McLaren and Wong, K. K. (2019) Consumer Demand, Consumption and Asset Pricing: An Integrated Analysis with Integrated Two-Stage Budgeting. Forthcoming in Macroeconomic Dynamics.

13. Wong, K. K., Dang, V. Q. T. and Zhu, L. (2019) Effects of Income Distribution in an Inverse Demand System: Evidence from Chinese Household Survey Data. Forthcoming in Applied Economics.

14. Kim, McLaren & Wong. K. K. (2019) Demand Systems and Valuation of Public Goods: An Intertemporal Mixed Demand Approach. Forthcoming in Empirical Economics.
 

Refereed Conference Proceedings

1. A New Approach to Modelling GNP Functions: An Application of Non-Separable Two-Stage Technologies. In Skeels (ed) Proceeding of the Econometric Society Australasian Meeting 1998, The Australian National University, 33 pp.

2. Profit Function Specifications for Consumer Demand Systems. In Bardsley & Martin(eds) Proceeding of the Econometric Society Australasian Meeting 1997 Volume IV, Microeconometrics, The University of Melbourne, pp 189-214.


3. Effective Global Regularity and Empirical Modeling of Direct, Inverse and Mixed Demand Systems. In Proceeding of the Far East Econometric Society Meeting 2007, Howard International House Taipei, 35 pp.
 

Papers with Referee or Under Revision

Consumer Demand, Consumption, and Asset Pricing: An Integrated Analysis under review Journal of Money, Credit and Banking.