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    CURRICULUM VITAE

    2012

    THOMAS J. COURCHENE OC, FRSC, LLD, Ph.D.

    tom.courchene@queensu.ca

    Jarislowsky-Deutsch Professor of Economic

    and Financial Policy

    School of Policy Studies

    and the

    Department of Economics

    Queens University

    and

    Senior Scholar

    Institute for Research on Public Policy

    Montreal

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    TABLE OF CONTENTS

    Page Number

    PERSONAL DATA 3

    EMPLOYMENT AND PROFESSIONAL EXPERIENCE 4 - 5

    AWARDS/DISTINCTIONS/SCHOLARSHIPS 6

    BOOKS AND MONOGRAPHS 7 - 10

    EDITED BOOKS 11 - 14

    ARTICLES IN PROFESSIONAL JOURNALS OR EDITED BOOKS 15 - 40

    INDEPENDENT ARTICLES DEVOTED EXCLUSIVELY TO MY WORK 41 - 42

    ANNEX A

    SELECTED MISCELLANEOUS PUBLICATIONS (1989-1999) 43 - 44

    ANNEX B

    SEMINARS/SPEECHES/PAPERS (MAY 2003-JULY 2004) 45 - 51

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    DATE AND PLACE OF BIRTH: Wakaw, Saskatchewan

    September 16, 1940

    PERSONAL DATA: Spouse: Margaret

    Children: Robert (1962)

    Teresa (1963)

    John Joseph (1969)

    ADDRESS:

    Home: 8 Huntsmill Cres. Office: School of Policy Studies

    Kingston, Ontario Queen's University

    K7L 4V1 Kingston, Ontario

    (613) 546-3723 K7L 3N6

    (613) 545-6555

    (613) 545-6606 fax

    tom.courchene@queensu.ca

    UNIVERSITY EDUCATION: DEGREES:

    University of Saskatchewan, 1958-1962 Hons. B.A., 1962

    Princeton University, 1962-1965 Ph.D., 1967

    Post-doctoral Fellow, University of Chicago 1968-1969

    PH.D. THESIS:

    Inventory Behavior and the Stock-Order Distinction: An Analysis by Industry and Stage of

    Fabrication with Empirical Application to the Canadian Manufacturing Sector, Department of

    Economics, Princeton University, 1967.

    mailto:tom.courchene@queensu.ca

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    EMPLOYMENT AND PROFESSIONAL EXPERIENCE:

    Research Assistant for Professor A.E. Safarian (U of Sask.) Summer 1962

    Research Assistant for Professor R.A. Musgrave (Princeton) Summer 1965

    Lecturer in Economics, University of Western Ontario 1965-1966

    Assistant Professor, University of Western Ontario 1966-1968

    Associate Professor, University of Western Ontario 1968-1970

    Professor of Economics, University of Western Ontario 1970 to 1988

    Research Associate, University of Toronto May 1971 to

    (Professor, Quantitative Analysis Course, Ottawa) Dec. 1971

    Member, Editorial Board, Journal of Money, Credit 1970-1972

    and Banking

    Member, Editorial Board, Canadian Journal of Economics 1970-1973

    Member, Executive Committee, Canadian Economics 1971-1974

    Association (Chair: Committee on Development

    Strategy)

    Professor in Residence, Graduate Institute of 1975-1976

    International Studies, Geneva

    Director of Graduate Studies, Department of Economics, 1974-1975, 1978-1980

    University of Western Ontario

    Visiting Professor, Queen's University, Kingston 1982-1983

    Chairman, Ontario Economic Council 1982-1985

    Visiting Professor, ENAP (Montreal) 1986

    Robarts Chair of Canadian Studies, York University 1987-1988

    Stauffer-Dunning Chair of Policy Studies, Queen's 1988-1991

    Member, Economic Council of Canada 1988-1991

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    EMPLOYMENT AND PROFESSIONAL EXPERIENCE, continued

    President-elect, Canadian Economics Association

    (organized 1991 CEA Annual Meetings, Kingston) 1990-1991

    Inaugural Director, School of Policy Studies, Queen's 1988-1992

    Jarislowsky-Deutsch Professor of Economic and

    Financial Policy, Queen's 1991-2012

    President, Canadian Economics Association 1991-1992

    Visiting Fellow, Australian National University 10 months over 1993-1995

    Visiting Scholar, Centre for European Integration

    University of Bonn, Germany (2 months) 1998

    Senior Fellow, C.D. Howe Institute 1980-1999

    Visiting Scholar, The Canadian Institute for Research June 2001

    On Regional Development, University of Moncton (6 weeks)

    President-elect, and Program Chair, Annual Meetings, North 2000-01

    American Economics and Finance Association (NAEFA)

    Director, John Deutsch Institute for the Study of 1993-99, 2001-02

    Economic Policy (Queens Economic Dept)

    Visiting Professor, U of T Law School 2002 (October)

    President, North American Economics and 2002

    Finance Association (NAEFA)

    Senior Scholar, IRPP, Montreal 1999+

    Director, Institute of Intergovernmental Relations

    Queens University 2006-2009

    Member, Board of the McGill Institute for the Study of Canada 2010+

    Retired from Queens June 30, 2012

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    AWARDS/DISTINCTIONS/SCHOLARSHIPS:

    High School: Governor General's Bronze Medal (1958)

    Undergraduate: Union Carbide Scholarship (1958, 1959, 1960, 1961)

    World University Service of Canada (Fellowship

    to Sweden, Summer 1961)

    Economics Honours Bursary (1961)

    Graduate: Woodrow Wilson Fellowship (1962)

    Rothschild Fellowship (Princeton, 1963)

    Woodrow Wilson Dissertation Fellowship (1964-1965)

    Post-Graduate: Canada Council Post-Doctoral Fellowship (1968)

    Political Economy Fellowship (University of

    Chicago, 1968), post-doctoral

    Leave Fellowship (Canada Council) - spent in

    France and Geneva (1975-1976)

    1980 The Innis Memorial Lecture to the Canadian Economics Association (Towards a

    Protected Society: The Politicization of Economic Life)

    1981 Fellow of Royal Society of Canada

    1995 The C.D. Howe Benefactors Lecture (Celebrating Flexibility)

    1995 Douglas Purvis Prize

    for the best economic policy publication in 1994 (Social Canada in the

    Millennium)

    1997 Honorary Doctor of Laws, University of Western Ontario

    1998 York Universitys John Robarts Lecture (What Does Ontario Want?)

    1999 Donner Prize

    The inaugural Donner Prize for the best public policy book published in

    1998 (From Heartland to North American Region State: The Social,

    Fiscal and Federal Evolution of Ontario)

    1999 Inducted as an Officer in the Order of Canada

    1999 The Mabel Timlin Lecture (University of Saskatchewan)

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    AWARDS/DISTINCTIONS/SCHOLARSHIPS, continued

    2000 Canada Council Molson Prize (Lifetime Achievement in the Social Sciences)

    2000 Honorary Doctor of Laws, University of Saskatchewan

    2001 Eaton Lecture (Queens University, Belfast)

    2007 Honorary Doctor of Laws, University of Regina

    2007 The Inaugural Harry Kitchen Lecturer, Trent University Economics Department

    2007 Selected as one of the 100 Alumni of Influence for the celebration of the

    University of Saskatchewans first century (U of S spring 2007

    2009 Selected an one of the 100 Alumni of Influence for the celebration of one

    hundredth anniversary of the U of S College of Arts and Science

    2011 The 2011 Killam Lecture (Ottawa)

    2011 The 2011 (Inaugural) IRPP POLICY HORIZINS ESSAY: Rekindling the

    American Dream: A Northern Perspective

    2012 IRPPs 40th

    Anniversary Essay: Policy Signposts in Postwar Canada: Reflections

    of a Market Populist

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    I: AUTHORED BOOKS AND MONOGRAPHS:

    Public Policy (General)

    1. Re-Arrangements: The Courchene Papers (edited by Marcel Ct) (Toronto: Mosaic Press), 1992.

    2. From Heartland to North American Region State: An Interpretative Essay on the Fiscal, Social and Federal Evolution of Ontario (University of Toronto: Centre

    for Public Management), 1998 (with Colin Telmer). (This book won the

    inaugural Donner Prize for the best public policy book published in 1998).

    3. A State of Minds: Toward a Human Capital Future for Canadians (Montreal: Institute for Research on Public Policy), 2001.

    Monetary Policy/Financial Structure

    4. Money, Inflation and the Bank of Canada. An Analysis of Canadian Monetary Policy from 1970 to Early 1975. (Montreal: C.D. Howe Research Institute),

    1976 (282 pages).

    Reviews of the Book

    R.L. Comeau, Money, Inflation and the Bank of Canada: A Review,

    Canadian Public Policy/Analyse de Politiques, Vol. II, No. 4 (Autumn

    1976), pp. 626-31.

    Malcolm Knight, Review, Journal of Political Economy, Vol. 89, No. 1

    (1981), pp. 199-202.

    5. The Inflation Fighters: Monetarism and Controls (Montreal: C.D. Howe), 1976 (113 pages).

    Review of the Book

    W.M. Scarth, Monetarism and Income Controls: A Review, Canadian

    Public Policy/Analyse de Politiques, Vol. III, No. 2 (Spring 1977), pp.

    243-48.

    6. The Strategy of Gradualism (Montreal: C.D. Howe), 1977 (133 pages).

    7. Money, Inflation and the Bank of Canada Volume II: 1975-80 (Montreal: C.D. Howe), 1982 (321 pages).

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    Review of the Book

    John S. McCallum, Canadian Public Policy/Analyse de Politique, VIII.3

    (Summer 1982), pp. 398-99.

    8. No Place to Stand? Abandoning Monetar