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School of Economic Sciences | WSU Faculty

Mark J. Gibson

Clinical Associate Professor



  • International Trade, Macroeconomics, Growth and Development, Industrial Organization


  • Ph.D., Economics, University of Minnesota, 2008
  • B.S., Summa cum Laude, Economics, University of Minnesota, 2001


  • 2017-Present, Clinical Associate Professor, School of Economic Sciences, Washington State University
  • 2011-2017, Clinical Assistant Professor, School of Economic Sciences, Washington State University
  • 2007-2011, Assistant Professor, School of Economic Sciences, Washington State University


  • “Sanitary and Phytosanitary Measures in Chinese Agricultural Exports: The Role of Trade Intermediaries,” with Qianqian Wang, forthcoming, Applied Economics
  • “Using Imported Intermediate Goods: Selection and Technology Effects,” with Tim A. Graciano, forthcoming, Review of International Economics
  • “Exporters in Cross-Section: Direct vs. Intermediated Trade,” with Qianqian Wang, 2018, Review of International Economics, 26, 84–95
  • “Coupled vs. Decoupled Subsidies with Heterogeneous Firms in General Equilibrium,” with Jeff Luckstead, 2017, Journal of Applied Economics, 20(2), 271–282
  • “The Impact of Agricultural Subsidies on the Corn Market with Farm Heterogeneity and Endogenous Entry and Exit,” with Stephen Devadoss and Jeff Luckstead, 2016, Journal of Agricultural and Resource Economics, 41(3), 499–517
  • “Trade, Non-Homothetic Preferences, and the Impact of Country Size on Wages,” with Xichao Wang, 2015, Economics Letters, 132, 121–124
  • “The Decision to Import,” with Tim A. Graciano, 2011, American Journal of Agricultural Economics, 93(2), 444–449


  • EconS 102: Fundamentals of Macroeconomics
  • EconS 302: Intermediate Macroeconomic Analysis
  • EconS 320: Money and Banking
  • EconS 327: International Trade and Finance
  • EconS 335: Business Finance Economics
  • EconS 420: Monetary Theory and Policy
  • EconS 500: Macroeconomic Theory I
  • EconS 502: Macroeconomic Theory II
  • EconS 506: Mathematics Primer for Economists
  • EconS 571: International Trade
  • EconS 594: Theory of Industrial Organization


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(509) 335-7641