Doug May, Memorial University of Newfoundland

Economics Professor St. John's, Newfoundland and Labrador dmay@mun.ca Office: (709) 864-8274

Bio/Research

Dr. May is Professor of Economics at Memorial University (Newfoundland and Labrador) with a cross-appointment in the Faculty of Business Administration and the Division of Community Health and Ethics in the Faculty of Medicine. He currently teaches labour economics as well as applied welfare econ...

Click to Expand >>

Bio/Research

Dr. May is Professor of Economics at Memorial University (Newfoundland and Labrador) with a cross-appointment in the Faculty of Business Administration and the Division of Community Health and Ethics in the Faculty of Medicine. He currently teaches labour economics as well as applied welfare economics.

Much of his past research efforts in the area of productivity analysis were with Michael Denny (Toronto) in the areas of real value-added and homotheticity, productivity measurement and technical change, natural resources and regional productivity comparisons. His current research interests include sustainable community development, and the measurement of human and social capital.



Click to Shrink <<

Links