David Timothy Duval, University of Winnipeg

Associate Professor Business and Administration Winnipeg, Manitoba da.duval@uwinnipeg.ca Office: (204) 295-9055

Bio/Research

David is an Associate Professor in the Faculty of Business and Economics at the University of Winnipeg. He is also an Honorary Associate Professor in the School of Business at the University of Otago (where he was employed from 2001 - 2010) and a Senior Visiting Fellow in the School of Aviation a...

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Bio/Research

David is an Associate Professor in the Faculty of Business and Economics at the University of Winnipeg. He is also an Honorary Associate Professor in the School of Business at the University of Otago (where he was employed from 2001 - 2010) and a Senior Visiting Fellow in the School of Aviation at the University of New South Wales (Australia). David holds a PhD from York University.

David has wide–ranging business experience. From 1998 to 2001, he was an analyst and project manager at Longwoods International, a consultancy firm specialising in tourism destination marketing, visitor profiling and measuring the efficiency of tourism advertising and promotion. He has also consulted for several tourism destinations in the areas of marketing and strategic planning. In 2006, David was appointed by the Dunedin City Council (New Zealand) to serve as a Director on the Board of Tourism Dunedin, a position he held until his move to Canada in late 2010. Currently, David is a Roster Consultant with the Business Development Bank of Canada.

David's primary area of academic work is the economic regulation of commercial air transport. He has published in the areas of aeropolitics, the economics of international aviation emissions and the relationship between regulation and competition in international civil aviation. David has also written extensively about the relationship between international tourism and air transport service provision as well as the interface between government policy objectives and international air transport provision.


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