As an Associate, Erwin complements NZIER's CGE modelling capability. Erwin provides advice through the use of evidence-based economic models that offer insights on the various inter-linkages within the New Zealand and international economies.
He is currently at Purdue University helping to extend the GTAP database and model.
Prior to this, he was an Economist at NZIER. While at NZIER, he developed NZIER’s bottom-up Computable General Equilibrium (CGE) model of the New Zealand economy, with 15 regions and 106 industries.
You can find a full list of Erwin's published work here.
- erwin.corong[at]nzier [dot] org [dot] nz
EducationBA/BS | MS | PhD
This study assessed the potential economic benefits to New Zealand of doubling the volume of possum takes and the production of possum-related garments by the NZ possum fur industry.
This study analyses the short and long-term economic effects of foot and mouth disease (FMD) incursion in New Zealand.
A report for BARNZ, the Board of Airline Representatives New Zealand Inc.