Dr. Philip G. Gayle
Ph.D., University of Colorado, Boulder, 2002
Industrial Organization, Applied Econometrics, International Trade
Philip Gayle is a Professor in the Department of Economics at Kansas State University. He received a Bachelor and Master of Science degree in Economics from the University of the West Indies, Mona, and an MA. and Ph.D. in Economics from the University of Colorado, Boulder. Gayle was formerly employed as an economist to the Jamaican Government’s Competition Agency (Fair Trading Commission).
Gayle has research in such journals as American Economic Journal: Microeconomics, Journal of Law and Economics, International Journal of Industrial Organization, Economic Inquiry, Journal of Economic Behavior & Organization, Journal of Industrial Economics, Journal of Regulatory Economics, Southern Economic Journal, Economics Letters, Economics of Transportation, Review of Network Economics, and Applied Economics. His research interests include working on microeconometric problems that often involve estimating models with discrete and limited dependent variables. Gayle’s recent research investigates theoretically and empirically, the competitive effects of airline codeshare alliances.