Geoff Bertram

Senior Associate
Institute of Policy Studies
Victoria University of Wellington
P.O. Box 600
New Zealand

Telephone +64 21999758

My curriculum vitae:


Name and title: Dr Ivo Geoffrey Bertram

Date of birth: 12 February 1945

Nationality: New Zealand

Correspondence address:

35 Donald Street,


Wellington 6012

New Zealand 

Email address:

Employment history:

Adjunct Research Associate, Climate Change Research Institute, Victoria University of Wellington, 2010-present

Senior Associate, Institute of Policy Studies, Victoria University of Wellington 2009-present

Director and Research Principal, Simon Terry Associates Ltd, Wellington, 1992-

Senior Adviser, The Brattle Group, Boston and London, 1998-present

Senior Lecturer, School of Economics and Finance, Victoria University of Wellington 1976-2009

Research Officer, Institute of Economics and Statistics, University of Oxford 1974-76

Junior Lecturer, Geography Department, Victoria University of Wellington 1967-68


Visiting Fellow, New Zealand Institute of Economic Research, 2000

Visiting Fellow, Corpus Christi College Cambridge, 1988-89

Visiting Fellow, St Antonys College Oxford, 1981-82


Academic qualifications

1974                   DPhil in Economics, University of Oxford 1974

Development Problems in an Export Economy: A Study of Domestic Capitalists, Foreign Firms and Government in Peru, 1919-1930

1970                   MPhil in Latin American Studies, University of Oxford 1970

Agrarian Reform in Peru

1967                    BA Honours (1st class in Geography), Victoria University of Wellington 1966

1966                    BA, Victoria University of Wellington 1965

Membership of professional associations:

        New Zealand Association of Economists

American Economic Association

International Small Islands Studies Association

International Association for Energy Economics

Editorial boards:

Asia Pacific Viewpoint (Blackwells)1976- 

World Development (Pergamon)1992-1997

Environment and Development Economics (Cambridge) 1996-2005

Island Studies Journal (online) 2005-