Yr Athro David Collie

Professor David Collie

Professor of Economics

Cardiff Business School

+44 (0) 29 2087 6815
T39, Aberconway Building, Rhodfa Colum, Cathays, Caerdydd, CF10 3EU
Available for postgraduate supervision

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Professor of Economics

I am a Microeconomist specialising in International Trade, Industrial Organization and Public Economics. I have had articles published in numerous journals including the Economic Journal, Journal of International Economics, International Journal of Industrial Organization, Scandinavian Journal of Economics, Canadian Journal of Economics, and Economics Letters. Currently, my main areas of research are the modelling of oligopoly in a general equilibrium setting with applications to international trade, industrial organization and public economics; and the modelling of Brexit under oligopoly.

Previously, I have worked on trade policy under imperfect competition (including export subsidies, countervailing duties, anti-dumping duties, quotas and voluntary export restraints), the gains from trade under imperfect competition, foreign direct investment, state aid policy, and immigration. I have also worked on collusion in infinitely-repeated games.

My recent working paper on Brexit is available on EconPapers: A Simple Model of Brexit under Oligopoly.


  • PhD, Economics, University of London (London School of Economics)
  • MSc, Economics, University of London (London School of Economics)
  • BSc & BCom, Mechanical Engineering and Economics, University of Birmingham

Honours and awards

  • Fellow of the Royal Society for the encouragment of Arts, Manufactures and Commerce (FRSA)


  • International Trade (Third Year Undergraduate)

External Examiner

  • M.Sc. Nottingham Uuniversity Business School

Research Interests

  • International Trade
  • Industrial Organization
  • Public Economics
  • Microeconomics
  • Game Theory

My working papers and publications are available at EconPapers and IDEAS.

My latest article (with Helmuts Azacis) in the Journal of EconomicsTaxation and Collusion.

Topics for Ph.D. Supervision

I am interested in supervising Ph.D. students in the areas of:

  • International Trade
  • Industrial Organization
  • Public Economics
  • Microeconomics

Past projects

Previous Ph.D students:

  • Jingjing Zhang - Taxes, Tariffs and Trade Costs under Oligopoly (Awarded 2018)
  • Tingting Hu -  FDI versus Exporting under Cournot Oligopoly and Trade in a Hotelling Model of Differentiated Duopoly (Awarded 2013)