I am an Associate Professor in the Department of Economics at the University of Victoria in Victoria, B.C., Canada and a Scientist at the Center for Addictions Research of British Columbia.  My research is in health econometrics.

Click here to find my academic publications on Google Scholar. Click here to visit my page at UVic. Click here to dowload my C.V. (.pdf).

The blog presents discussion of current research, current events, econometric methods, and novel econometric results I find interesting, but not interesting enough to write papers about. And whatever else catches my fancy.

3 Comments to “About”

  1. Maybe it’s just me but I can’t seem to find an RSS feed for this blog except by looking at the HTML.

  2. Thanks for the feedback Bill. I have added the RSS widget.

  3. Interesting site… ‘I am’ what normally would be described as an educationalist i.e. formally trained in education Cert ED (UK). I’m also a member of the Institute of General Semantics and associate of Indergers Epistemological (deliberately not web-based to assure intellectual rigour) . Chris I would love to discuss your views on economics in relation to what might be termed physical ‘referents’. Do you have a view on, or knowledge of; Alfred Korzybski, Samuel Bois or more recently Alvin Toffler?
    I’d find it very entertaining to debate with you!
    Yours expectantly
    Sean South

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