Dr Trevor Kollmann
PhD Economics, University of Arizona, United States
- Faculty of Business and Law
- Swinburne Research Institutes
- Centre for Transformative Innovation
- AGSE201 Hawthorn campus
- ORCID profile
Dr. Kollmann is an applied urban economist with an interest in evaluating government policy from a historical and modern perspective. His work combines rigorous econometrics, historical insights and solid economic theory to understand the dynamics of policies from both a historical and modern perspective. He has delved into issues of racial segregation, regional housing affordability during the United States Great Depression, and exploring the value of heritage housing in Melbourne. Dr. Kollmann has worked with policymakers to evaluate the effectiveness of government programs such as evaluating tailored service using quasi-experimental methods and measuring its impact on exports. He is also working on developing a framework to explore the relationship between international trademarking activity and it's link to global trade.
Urban Economics; Applied Econometrics; Innovation Economics; Economic History
PhD candidate and honours supervision
Higher degrees by research
Accredited to supervise Masters & Doctoral students as Co-Supervisor.
Available to supervise honours students.
Fields of Research
- Applied Economics - 140200
- Entrepreneurship - 150304
Also published as: Kollmann, Trevor; Kollmann, T.; Kollmann, Trevor M.
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Recent research grants awarded
- 2019: Analysis of the economic effect of Design Rights on design-intensive firms *; IP Australia
- 2019: Evaluation of the Export Market Development Grants (EMDG) Austrade Programs *; Austrade
- 2019: R&D Spill-over effects in Australia by fields of research *; Department of Industry, Innovation and Science
- 2018: Impact Assessment of Austrade's tailored services *; Austrade
* Chief Investigator
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