R. Marvin McInnis, Queen’s University

Economics Professor Emeritus Kingston, Ontario mcinnism@qed.econ.queensu.ca Office: (613) 533-6000 ext. 32247

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Bio/Research

Marvin McInnis was officially retired by Queen's in September 2003 but continues as professor emeritus to be actively involved with the department. For forty years he taught courses in economic history and the economics of population. He no longer teaches classes but continues to be involved with...

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Bio/Research

Marvin McInnis was officially retired by Queen's in September 2003 but continues as professor emeritus to be actively involved with the department. For forty years he taught courses in economic history and the economics of population. He no longer teaches classes but continues to be involved with research students. Since retirement professor McInnis has been involved in more distant ventures. In 2004/05 he was Distinguished Visiting Professor at Osaka Gakuin University in Japan. In the winter of 2007 he was a Visiting Research Fellow at the University of Arizona in Tucson.

Marvin continues to pursue his research interests which focus generally on the development of the Canadian economy in the late nineteenth and early twentieth centuries. Most recently he has been collaborating with Byron Lew on a book on the consequences of World War I for the Canadian economy. Background papers for that study will be available on a project web site. Representative of other aspects of Marvin's current work are the following unpublished papers which can be accessed by links from this site:



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