Dr. Patrick McCarthy joined Georgia Tech in 2000 as Professor and Chair (2000-2011) in the School of Economics, Ivan Allen College of Liberal Arts. Professor McCarthy is also Director of the Center for Paper Business and Industry Studies. He is an Associate Editor of Transportation Research E. He is the author of Transportation Economics Theory and Practice: A Case Study Approach (Blackwell Publishers 2001), has published in academic journals, edited volumes, and conference proceedings. The Sloan Foundation Industry Centers Program, Federal Aviation Authority, the National Science Foundation, the National Institutes of Health, and the Georgia Department of Transportation have supported his research. Professor McCarthy previously taught at Purdue University and he has held visiting appointments at Hunan University (Changsha), Duisburg-Essen University (Germany), the Athens Laboratory of Business Administration (Greece), Nanyang Technological University (Singapore), the University of Southern California and is currently Special Term Professor at Central University of Finance and Economics (Beijing). He teaches courses in transportation economics, research methods, and discrete choice econometrics.
(with M. Farmer and C. Lipscomb)
Annals of Regional Science 39, 2005, 109-25.
Journal of Transport Economics and Policy 39, 2005, 109-25.
(with D. Tittle, Y. Xiao)