David M. Gray, University of Ottawa

Economics Professor Ottawa, Ontario dmgray@uottawa.ca Office: (613) 562-5800 ext. 1431

Bio/Research

David Gray was born and raised in Pittsburgh, PA, USA. He received his BA at Kalamazoo College in the state of Michigan, and received his Phd in economics at the University of Michigan in 1990. Shortly thereafter, he joined the economics department at the University of Ottawa. His research intere...

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Bio/Research

David Gray was born and raised in Pittsburgh, PA, USA. He received his BA at Kalamazoo College in the state of Michigan, and received his Phd in economics at the University of Michigan in 1990. Shortly thereafter, he joined the economics department at the University of Ottawa. His research interests are in the areas of labour market policy - particularly unemployment insurance and programs for displaced workers - and earnings mobility and inequality. He has worked on research projects for Human Resources and Social Development Canada continuously over the past 15 years and the Social Research and Demonstration Corporation. His teaching activities include the standard introductory courses, probability and statistics, econometrics, and labour economics. In 2010 he was nominated (along with 9 others) as a finalist for TVOntario's best Lecturer Competition - the first economist and the first University of Ottawa Professor to attain that status. Although he did not win the grand prize, he went on to win the best teacher award at the Faculty of Social Sciences.



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