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I am a Professor in Applied Economics and Quantitative Methods in the School of Accounting and Finance at Charles Sturt University. I am also a member of the National Wine and Grape Industry Centre. My main research interest relates to modelling markets with imperfect competition and the pricing of agricultural commodities. I have a specific expertise in developing hedonic wine price models and applying disequilibrium econometric techniques. I also maintain an interest in structural equation modelling applications in business. I have a Google Scholar page.
Mail: School of Accounting and Finance, Charles Sturt University, Locked Bag 588, Wagga Wagga, NSW, AUSTRALIA, 2678. Phone: +61 (02) 69 332377 Fax: + 61 (02) 69 332790 Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
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Oczkowski, E. (2017) The Preferences and Prejudices of Australian Wine Critics. Journal of Wine Research, 28(1), 56-67.
Oczkowski, E. (2016) Identifying the Effects of Objective and Subjective Quality on Wine Prices. Journal of Wine Economics, 11(2), 249-260.
Sharma, K., Oczkowski, E and Hicks, J.(2016) Skill shortages in regional Australia: A local perspective from the Riverina. Economic Analysis and Policy, 52, 34-44.
Oczkowski, E. (2016) The Effect of Weather on Wine Quality and Prices: An Australian Spatial Analysis. Journal of Wine Economics, 11(1), 48-65.
Galbreath, J., Charles, D. and Oczkowski, E., (2016) The Drivers of Climate Change Innovations: Evidence from the Australian Wine Industry. Journal of Business Ethics, 135(2), 217-231.
Oczkowski, E. (2016) Hedonic wine price functions with different prices. Australian Journal of Agricultural and Resource Economics, 60(2), 196-211.(full variety and region estimates)
Oczkowski, E. (2016) Analysing Firm Level Price Effects for Differentiated Products: The Case of Australian Wine Producers. Australian Economic Papers, 55(1), 43-62. (individual producer effects)
Zhang, Y. and Oczkowski, E. (2016) Exploring the potential effects of expatriate adjustment direction. Cross Cultural and Strategic Management, 23(1), 158-183.
Smith, A. and Oczkowski, E., (2015) Modelling the reasons for the use of vocational training in Australian enterprises. Asia Pacific Journal of Human Resources, 53(3), 370-385.
Davaakhuu, O., Sharma, K. and Oczkowski, E. (2015) Has foreign investment played a role in Mongolia's export success? Post-Communist Economies, 27(2), 256-267.
Lockwood, M., Raymond, C.M., Oczkowski, E. and Morrison, M. (2015) Measuring the dimensions of adaptive capacity: a psychometric approach. Ecology and Society 20 (1): 37.
Oczkowski, E. and Doucouliagos, H. (2015) Wine Prices and Quality Ratings: A Meta-regression Analysis. American Journal of Agricultural Economics, 97(1), 103-121.
Oczkowski, E. (2014) Modelling the Demand and Supply Determinants of Australian Wine Grapes. Economic Papers, 31(1), 1-12. (GAUSS Code)
Oczkowski, E., Krivokapic-Skoko, B. and Plummer, K. (2013) The Meaning, Importance and Practice of the Co-operative Principles: Qualitative Evidence from the Australian Co-operative Sector. Journal of Co-operative Organization and Management, 1(2), 54-63.
Oczkowski, E. and Bandara, Y. (2013) Modelling Agricultural Land Use Allocation in Regional Australia. Australian Journal of Agricultural and Resource Economics, 57(3), 422-440. (Detailed Results)
Farrell, M. and Oczkowski, E. (2012) Organisational Identification and Leader Member Exchange Influences on Customer Orientation and Organizational Citizenship Behaviours. Journal of Strategic Marketing, 20(4), 365-377.
Morrison, M., Greig, J., Durante, J., Ward, J. and Oczkowski, E. (2012) Segmenting landholders for improving the targeting of natural resource management expenditures. Journal of Environmental Planning and Management, 51(1), 17-37.
Morrison, M., Oczkowski, E. and Greig, J. (2011) The primacy of human capital and social capital in influencing landholders' participation in programmes designed to improve environmental outcomes. Australian Journal of Agricultural and Resource Economics, 55(4), 560-578.
Farrell, M., Oczkowski, E. and Kharabsheh (2011) Antecedents and Performance Consequences of Learning Success in International Joint Ventures. Industrial Marketing Management, 40(3), 479-488. (2SLS estimator for SEM and formative indicators)
Smith, A., Oczkowski, E. and Selby-Smith, C. (2011) To have and to hold: modelling the drivers of employee turnover and skill retention in Australian organisations. International Journal of Human Resource Management, 22(2), 395-416. (NCVER report)
Oczkowski, E. (2010) Hedonic Wine Price Predictions and Non-Normal Errors. Agribusiness, 26(4), 519-535.
Battersby, B. and Oczkowski, E. (2010) Multi-class Demand with Capacity Constraints: Theory and Estimation. Journal of Transport Economics and Policy, 44(1), 59-78.
Farrell, M. and Oczkowski, E. (2009) Service Worker Customer Orientation, Organisation/Job Fit and Perceived Organisational Support. Journal of Strategic Marketing, 17(2), 149-167.
Oczkowski, E. (2008) Excess Demand, Market Power and Price Adjustment in Auction Clearinghouse Markets for Water. Economic Analysis and Policy, 38(2), 261-275.
Farrell, M. Oczkowski, E. and Kharabsheh (2008) Market Orientation, Learning Orientation and Organisational Performance in International Joint Ventures. Asia Pacific Journal of Marketing and Logistics, 20(3), 289-308.
Buranakunaporn, S. and Oczkowski, E. (2007) A Dynamic Econometric Model of Thailand Manufacturing Energy Demand. Applied Economics, 39(17), 2261-2267.
Buranakunaporn, S. and Oczkowski, E. (2007) Structural Change and Thailand Energy Demand. International Journal of Energy Research, 31(3), 300-314.
Oczkowski, E. (2006) Nash Bargaining and Co-operatives. Australian Economic Papers, 45(2), 89-98. (Working Paper)
Wickramasekera, R. and Oczkowski, E. (2006) Stage Models Re-visited: A Measure of the Stage of Internationalisation of a Firm.' Management International Review, 46(1), 39-55.
Oczkowski, E. (2006) Modelling Winegrape Prices in Disequilibrium.' Agricultural Economics, 34(1), 97-107. (Working Paper).
Oczkowski, E. and Sharma,K. (2005) Determinants of Efficiency in Least Developed Countries: Further evidence from Nepalese Manufacturing Firms. Journal of Development Studies, 41(4), 617-630. (Working Paper)
Oczkowski, E. (2004) Agricultural Bargaining Co-operatives and Associations: Australian Issues and Prospects. Third Sector Review, 10(2), 67-84.
Wickramasekera, R. and Oczkowski, E. (2004) Key Determinants of the Stage of Internationalisation of Australian Wineries. Asia Pacific Journal of Management, 21(4), 425-444.
Smith, A., Oczkowski, E., Noble, C. and Macklin, R. (2004) The Impact of Organisational Change and the Nature and Extent of Training in Australian Enterprises. International Journal of Training and Development, 8(2), 94-110.
Parker, K. and Oczkowski, E. (2003) Water Reform and Co-operation. Journal of Economic and Social Policy, 8(1), 35-51. (Working Paper)
Smith, A., Oczkowski, E., Noble, C. and Macklin, R. (2003) New Management Practices and Enterprise Training in Australia.'' International Journal of Manpower, 24(1), 31-47. (NCVER report)
Smith, A., Oczkowski, E., Macklin, R. and Noble, C. (2003) Organisational Change and the Management of Training in Australian Enterprises. International Journal of Training and Development, 7(1), 2-15.
Farrell, M. and Oczkowski, E. (2002) Are Market Orientation and Learning Orientation Necessary for Superior Organizational Performance? Journal of Market-Focused Management, 5(3), 197-217. (working paper)
Murphy, T., Oczkowski, E., West, G., and Brooks, M. (2002) Tourism Advertising Expenditure Impacts on the Broken Hill Economy. Australasian Journal of Regional Studies, 8 (1), 83-94.
Oczkowski, E. (2002) Discriminating Between Measurement Scales using Non-nested Tests and 2SLS: Monte Carlo Evidence. Structural Equation Modeling, 9, 103-125. (detailed tables of results).
Oczkowski, E. and Sharma, K. (2001) Imperfect Competition, Returns to Scale and Productivity Growth in Australian Manufacturing: A Smooth Transition Approach to Trade Liberalisation. International Economic Journal, 15, 99-113.
Battersby, B. and Oczkowski, E. (2001) An Econometric Analysis of the Demand for Domestic Air Travel in Australia.' International Journal of Transport Economics, 28 (2), 193-204.
Sharma, K., Oczkowski, E. and Jayasuriya (2001) Liberalisation, Export Incentives and Trade Intensity: New Evidence from Nepalese Manufacturing Industries. Journal of Asian Economics, 12 (1), 123-135.
Oczkowski, E. (2001) Hedonic Wine Price Functions and Measurement Error. Economic Record, 77 (239), 374-382. (working paper)
Sharma, K., Jayasuriya, S. and Oczkowski, E. (2000) Liberalisation and Productivity Growth: The Case of Manufacturing Industries in Nepal. Oxford Development Studies, 28(2), 205-222.
Oczkowski, E. (1999) An Econometric Analysis of the Bilateral Monopoly Model. Economic Modelling 16 (1), 53-69.
Oczkowski, E. and Murphy, T. (1999) An Econometric Analysis of the Demand for Eggs in Australia. Australian Agribusiness Review, 7, paper no. 10. (RIRDC report)
Oczkowski, E. and Farrell, M. (1998) An Examination of the Form of Market Orientation in Australian Companies. Australasian Marketing Journal, 6, 3-12.
Oczkowski, E. (1998) The Impact of Market Clearing Assumptions and Dynamics on Demand Elasticities. Economics Letters, 59 (1), 39-43. (proof on request)
Oczkowski, E. and Farrell, M. (1998) Discriminating between Measurement Scales using Non-Nested Tests and Two Stage Estimators: The Case of Market Orientation. International Journal of Research in Marketing, 15 (4), 349-366.
Smith, E., Brennan, R. and Oczkowski, E. (1998) The Effects of Recognition of Prior Learning upon Student Outcomes in VET Teacher Training. Australian Vocational Education Review, 5(1), 37-43.
Farrell, M. and Oczkowski, E. (1997) An Analysis of the MKTOR and MARKOR Measures of Market Orientation: An Australian Perspective. Marketing Bulletin, 8, 30-40.
Oczkowski, E. (1997) A Disequilibrium Econometric Model of the Australian Raw Wool Market. Australian Economic Papers, 36, 283-307.
Athukorala, C., Jayasuriya, S. and Oczkowski, E. (1995) Developed and Developing Country Multinationals and Export Performance in Developing Countries: Some Analytical Issues and New Empirical Evidence. Journal of Development Economics, 46 (1), 109-122. Re-printed in C. Milner (ed) Developing and Newly Industrialising Countries, Vol II, pp 3-16, 1998, Edward Elgar.
Oczkowski, E. (1994) A Hedonic Price Function for Australian Premium Table Wine. Australian Journal of Agricultural Economics, 38, 93-110.
Oczkowski, E. and Philp, N. (1994) Household Expenditure Patterns and Access to Consumer Goods in a Transitional Economy. Journal of Economic Development, 19, 165-183.
Oczkowski, E. (1993) Price and Quantity Controlled Agricultural Markets and Disequilibrium Econometrics: A Survey. Agricultural Economics, 9, 53-87.
Gunawardana, P.J. and Oczkowski, E. (1992) Government Policies and Agricultural Supply Response: Paddy in Sri Lanka. Journal of Agricultural Economics, 43, 231-242.
McGillivray, M. and Oczkowski, E. (1992) A Two-Part Sample Selection Model of British Bilateral Foreign Aid Allocation. Applied Economics, 24, 1311-1319. Reprinted in P. Burnell and O. Morrissey (eds) Foreign Aid in the New Global Economy, pp 458-466, 2004, Edward Elgar.
Oczkowski, E. and Perumal, M. (1992) On the Estimation of Total Expenditure Elasticities using Limited Dependent Variable Models for Malaysia. Singapore Economic Review, 37, 59-69.
Oczkowski, E. (1991) The Econometrics of Markets with Quantity Controls. Applied Economics, 23, 497-504.
McGillivray, M. and Oczkowski, E. (1991) Modelling the Allocation of Australian Bilateral Aid: A Two-Part Sample Selection Approach. Economic Record, 67, 147-152.
Oczkowski, E. (1990) Disequilibrium Estimation of Single Market Effective Demand Theory. Journal of Quantitative Economics, 6, 185-201.
Oczkowski, E. (1988) A Theory of Market Quantity Controls: The Use of Disequilibrium and Bargaining Theories. Australian Economic Papers, 27, 285-297.
Comment: When is a wine a bargain? A Comparison of popular and regression based approaches. Journal of Wine Research (2015)
What drives our wine choice - taste, or the price tag? The Conversation (2015)
2SLS (two-stage least squares) Estimator for SEM (Structural Equation Models)
You can download teaching notes on Bollen's (1996, Psychometrika) 2SLS estimator for latent variable models. These notes also describe relevant goodness of fit, diagnostic and non-nested testing procedures. An example using SPSS (and SHAZAM) of the 2SLS procedure is also available.
Specialised Disequilibrium and LDV Computer Code
Price adjustment canonical disequilibrium model
DISP.E is the GAUSS code for estimating the canonical known sample separation price adjustment disequilibrium model. The code employs ML4 from Laffont and Garica (1977) Econometrica.
Ginsburgh-Tishler-Zang (GTZ) single market effective demand disequilibrium model
GTZED.FOR is the GQOPT (Goldfeld and Quandt's) Fortran code for estimating this model described in Oczkowski (1990). GTZEDTEST.FOR is a complete GQOPT example based on artificial data. GTZEDNOTES.TXT are brief notes describing the model and notation.
Maddala-Nelson (MN) single market effective demand disequilibrium model
MNED.FOR is the GQOPT Fortran code for estimating this model described in Oczkowski (1997). MNEDTEST.FOR is a complete GQOPT example based on artificial data. MNEDNOTES.TXT are brief notes describing the model and notation.
Maddala-Nelson (MN) single market effective demand price-adjusting disequilibrium model
MNEDP.FOR is the GQOPT Fortran code for estimating this model described in Oczkowski (1997). MNEDPTEST.FOR is a complete GQOPT example based on artificial data. MNEDPNOTES.TXT are brief notes describing the model and notation.
Bilateral Monopoly Model (BMM)
BMM.FOR is the GQOPT Fortran code for estimating this model described in Oczkowski (1999). BMMTEST.FOR is a complete GQOPT example based on artificial data. BMMNOTES.TXT are brief notes describing the model and notation.