is research lies at the intersection of economics and political science, including work on the formation and evolution of tax systems such as Democratic Choice and Taxation: A Theoretical and Empirical Analysis, Cambridge University Press 1999 (with W. Hettich).


Stanley L. Winer

Stanley L. Winer

Emeritus Professor
Emeritus Canada Research Chair in Public Policy

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Political economy of public policy; Public economics; Interregional migration and public policy


Honours

  • Purvis Memorial Prize for best work on Canadian public policy (Interregional Migration and Public Policy in Canada), Canadian Economics
    Association, June 2013.
  • Shastri-Canadian Lecturer in India, January-February 2013.
  • Canada Research Chair, Tier I, Multidisciplinary in Social Science, May 2001. Renewed October 2008 and May 2015 for seven-year terms.
  • Fulbright-Duke University Visiting Chair, Duke University, Fall 2003.



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