Paul Beaudry

From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Jump to: navigation, search

Paul Beaudry (born 1960) is Professor and Canada Research Chair in the UBC Department of Economics at the University of British Columbia. His main fields of research are macroeconomics, the economics of technical change and labour economics. He is also a Fellow of the Bank of Canada.[1][2]

Beaudry has extensive experience in his career as an academic professor. Obtained his Ph.D. in economics from Princeton University, New Jersey, USA. After graduating from Princeton, Beaudry held several prominent faculty positions from a number of prestigious universities, these include: Oxford University, Boston University, and the Universite de Montreal. Beaudry had also been commissioned as a visiting professor at the Paris-Sorbonne, Toulouse School of Economics, and MIT.[3]

Awards and distinctions[edit]

  • Fellow of the Bank of Canada (2005)[2]
  • Fellow of the Royal Society of Canada (2004)[4]

External links[edit]

References[edit]

  1. ^ Faculty of Arts University of British Columbia (Accessed Oct 2010)
  2. ^ a b Bank of Canada(Accessed Oct 2010)
  3. ^ Profiles: Paul Beaudry; University of British Columbia: Vancouver School of Economics; 2014
  4. ^ Faculty of Arts University of British Columbia(Accessed Oct 2010)