International Trade, International Migration, Economic Growth & Development
Gains from International Trade, Industrial Policy, International Migration, Economic Growth and Development
Ph.D. in Economics, Pennsylvania State University, 2012
M.Sc. in Economics, University of the West Indies, Jamaica, 2006
B.Sc. in Economics and Business, University of the West Indies, Jamaica, 2004
Gary Lyn is an Assistant Professor in the Department of Economics at the University of Massachusetts Lowell. His current research in international trade includes industrial policy and issues pertaining to the gains from trade in the presence of external economies of scale. His research in international migration examines the welfare implications of skilled emigration for a developing country.
“External Economies and International Trade Redux: Comment” with Andrés Rodríguez-Clare, Quarterly Journal of Economics Vol.128, No.4, Pages 1895–1905, November 2013