Curriculum vitae

Curriculum Vitae: Gordon H. Cleveland

A. GENERAL INFORMATION

OFFICE: Department of Management,
University of Toronto Scarborough,
1265 Military Trail,
Scarborough, Ontario M1C 1A4
Tel: (416) 287-7317

B. EDUCATIONAL BACKGROUND

1990 Ph.D. (Economics), University of Toronto. Dissertation: “The Choice of Child Care Arrangements by Employed Mothers: Canadian Evidence and Policy Rationale.”
Supervisor: Dr. Morley Gunderson, Director, Centre for Industrial
Relations and Specialist in Labour Economics. Field specializations: Industrial Organization, History of Economic Thought.
1976 M.A. (Political Economy), University of Toronto.
1967 B.A. (Hons.) in Economics, University of King’s College/Dalhousie University, Halifax, Nova Scotia.

C. PROFESSIONAL AFFILIATIONS

Member of: The Canadian Economics Association
The American Economic Association

D. and E. PAST AND CURRENT RESEARCH GRANTS

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F. PUBLICATIONS

THESIS:

The Choice of Child Care Arrangements by Employed Mothers:
Canadian Evidence and Policy Rationale. October, 1990.
Unpublished Ph.D. thesis, University of Toronto.

PUBLICATIONS IN REFEREED JOURNALS:

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REFEREED BOOKS, MONOGRAPHS, PAPERS AND PROCEEDINGS:

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OTHER PUBLICATIONS:

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G. TEACHING EXPERIENCE

2014-16 Associate Professor, Economics, Teaching Stream, Department of Management, University of Toronto Scarborough

1999-2014 Senior Lecturer, Economics, Division of Management, University of Toronto at Scarborough(Introductory Economics: A Mathematical Approach, Cost-Benefit Analysis/Economic Aspects of Public Policy, Economics of the Internet and E-Commerce). Excellent teaching skills.

1992-1999 Assistant Professor, Economics, Division of Management and Economics, University of Toronto at Scarborough (Introductory Economics: A Mathematical Approach, Public Finance: Government Expenditure and Taxation, Intermediate Microeconomics, Industrial Organization, Labour Economics, Senior Seminar in Research Methods, Cost-BenefitAnalysis/Economic Aspects of Public Policy). Excellent teaching
skills.

1991-92 Assistant Professor, Department of Economics, Brock University, St. Catherines (Economics of Labour Unions, Intermediate Microeconomics, Intermediate Macroeconomics).

1978-81 Teaching Master: Economics and Business at Seneca College in Toronto.

1976-78 Teacher/Broadcaster/Joint Author of 48 one-hour programs forming a year-long university credit course in Introductory Economics. Jointly taught and broadcast with Dian Cohen at CJRT-FM in Toronto.

 

H. OTHER RECENT ACTIVITIES:

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