Tim Fry is a Professor of Econometrics and the Head of the School of Economics, Finance and Marketing.
Tim Fry graduated with an honours degree in Econometrics from the University of Kent at Canterbury and a Masters degree in Econometrics from the University of Manchester. He then worked for several years in advertising research and market modelling in London. After his time in industry, he returned to the University of Manchester to undertake a Ph.D. in Econometrics. He has since pursued an academic career working at the Universities of Manchester and Exeter in England and at Monash University and The University of Melbourne in Australia. He joined The School of Economics, Finance and Marketing at RMIT University in 2003 as a Professor of Econometrics and became Head of School in 2013.
- Ph.D. Econometrics, The University of Manchester, United Kingdom.
- MA (Econ) Econometrics, The University of Manchester, United Kingdom.
- BA (Honours) Econometrics, The University of Kent at Canterbury, United Kingdom
- Farrell, L.,Fry, J.,Fry, T. (2018). Determinants of sales and price at auction for three Australian Indigenous artists: to pool or not to pool? In: Journal of Cultural Economics, 42, 507 - 520
- Risse, L.,Farrell, L.,Fry, T. (2018). Personality and pay: do gender gaps in confidence explain gender gaps in wages? In: Oxford Economic Papers, 70, 919 - 949
- Dobele, A.,Fry, J.,Rundle-Thiele, S.,Fry, T. (2017). Caring for baby: what sources of information do mothers use and trust? In: Journal of Services Marketing, 31, 677 - 689
- Farrell, L.,Fry, T. (2017). Pre-sale information and hammer prices for Australian Indigenous art In: Scottish Journal of Political Economy, 64, 483 - 500
- Posso, A.,Fry, T.,Gangemi, M.,Tawadros, G. (2016). �F�tbol! Is there a Latin American bias in the European Champions League? In: Journal of Sports Economics, 17, 1 - 15
- Tong, E.,White, C.,Fry, T. (2016). Classical music concert attendance and older adults: A goal-directed approach In: Journal of Leisure Research, 18, 178 - 187
- Farrell, L.,Fry, T.,Risse, L. (2016). The significance of financial self efficacy in explaining women's personal finance behaviour In: Journal of Economic Psychology, 54, 85 - 99
- Tong, E.,White, C.,Fry, T. (2015). Passion, goals and word-of-mouth behaviour in a classical music context In: Advances in Consumer Research, 11, 80 - 84
- Fry, T.,Galanos, G.,Posso, A. (2014). Let's get Messi? Top-scorer productivity in the European Champions League In: Scottish Journal of Political Economy, 61, 261 - 279
- Feeny, S.,Fry, T. (2014). How sustainable is the macroeconomic impact of foreign aid? In: Journal of Policy Modeling, 36, 1066 - 1081
- Building Employer Demand. Funded by: ORIMA Research Pty Ltd - Contract from (2018 to 2018)
- What women want: Unravelling the factors underlying women's financial decision-making behaviour. Funded by: ARC Discovery 2011 from (2011 to 2013)
- Drinking-Related Lifestyles: Development and implementation of lifestyle segmentation model for problem drinking interventions through improved media and message targeting. Funded by: VicHealth Innovation Grant Pre-2014 from (2010 to 2013)
- Scaling Up Aid and the Millenium Development Goals in the Pacific: Absorptive Capacity, Sustainability and Efficiency. Funded by: Australian Development Research Awards pre-2014 from (2009 to 2012)
- An investigation of illicit tobacco use - its prevalence, economic impact and the motivations and perceptions of consumers.. Funded by: ARC Discovery 2006 from (2006 to 2009)
Note: Supervision projects since 2004
11 PhD Completions and 2 Masters by Research Completions3 PhD Current Supervisions
Microeconometrics, analysis of cross section and longitudinal survey data, modelling advertising effectiveness and discrete choice modelling.