Stephanie McWhinnie

Dr Stephanie McWhinnie

Senior Lecturer

School of Economics

Faculty of the Professions

Eligible to supervise Masters and PhD - email supervisor to discuss availability.


Stephanie has been at Adelaide since 2006 following the completion of her postgraduate studies in Canada. Her interest areas are in natural resource and environmental economics with a particular focus on fisheries. There are three main areas of her research: international sharing; productivity analysis; and behavioural responses. In each area she has made a difference in the way in which we think about fisheries economics through developing new datasets to examine unanswered questions; adapting tools to be more applicable to analysing fisheries from an economics perspective; or identifying unexplored aspects of fishing behaviour.

My areas of research interest are in natural resource and environmental economics, at present my work is focused on fisheries. 

Fisheries Research and Development Corporation 2009-2015 “Building Economic Capability to Improve the Management of Marine Resources in Australia” with University of Tasmania, Queensland University of Technology and CSIRO $950,000

University of Adelaide, Faculty of the Professions, Women’s Fellowship Scheme 2013 $15,000

University of Adelaide, Faculty of the Professions, Momentum Fund Grant 2012-2013 “Who Makes Fisheries Access Agreements with Whom?” with Tatyana Chesnokova $7,000

University of Adelaide, Faculty of the Professions, Small Research Grant 2008 “What Determines Fish Prices on a Global Scale” $7,000 

Australian Resource and Environmental Economics Society, Heading East Award 2013 $1,000

University of Adelaide, Faculty of the Professions, Learning Development Grant 2017 “The Effect of Grade Feedback on Student Performance” with Ralph Bayer and Mandar Oak $3,000

University of Adelaide, Faculty of the Professions, Whole-Program Blending Grant 2015/2016 “Postgraduate Coursework Programs in Economics” with Florian Ploeckl, Mark Dodd, Paul Kerin, Mandar Oak, Nicholas Sim and Virginie Masson $54,800

University of Adelaide, Faculty of the Professions, Learning Development Grant 2015 “Economics Research Communication” with Florian Ploeckl and Virginie Masson $10,000

University of Adelaide Grant for Technology Enhanced Learning Projects 2014 “Bringing Playconomics to Adelaide” $10,000

University of Adelaide Implementation Grant for Learning and Teaching Enhancements 2010 “Diagnostic Testing and Online Tools in Economics Level 1 Mathematics Courses” with David Butler $5,000

University of Adelaide, School of Economics, Certificate of Recognition for PhD Supervision in 2013

My areas of teaching are in natural resource, environmental and microeconomics.  I have taught: Principles of Microeconomics; Consumers, Firms and Markets (Intermediate Micro); Resource and Environmental Economics; and Challenges Facing Economic Policy Makers.

I typically teach Principles of Economics and Resource and Environmental Economics.  All course related information is available on MyUni.

I am a coauthor of two textbooks as part of the Playconomics learning package www.playconomics.com

“Principles of Microeconomics” with Isabella Dobrescu, Alberto Motta and Marco Faravelli (2015) Lionsheart Studios.

“Principles of Economics” with Isabella Dobrescu and Alberto Motta (2016) Lionsheart Studios.

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  • Memberships

    Date Role Membership Country
    2009 - ongoing Member Australian Fisheries Economics Network Australia
    2007 - ongoing Board Member Australian Agricultural and Resource Economics Society - SA Branch Australia
  • Consulting/Advisories

    Date Institution Department Organisation Type Country
    2019 - 2023 South Australian Civil and Administrative Tribunal Panel Assessor Legislative and political Australia
  • Position: Senior Lecturer
  • Phone: 83135756
  • Email: stephanie.mcwhinnie@adelaide.edu.au
  • Fax: 8223 1460
  • Campus: North Terrace
  • Building: Nexus 10 Tower, floor 3
  • Room: 3 24
  • Org Unit: School of Economics

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