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Calum M. Carmichael
Calum Carmichael is an Associate Professor at the School of Public Policy and Administration. He holds a BA in Economics and Political Science from the University of Western Ontario, and a Masters in Public Affairs and Doctorate in Economics from Princeton University.
- PADM 5112 — Macroeconomics for Policy Analysis
- PADM 5217 — Applied Microeconomic Policy Analysis
- PADM 5225 — Trade Policy
- PADM 5417 — Principles of Finance
Since completing his doctorate, Professor Carmichael has conducted research in a range of fields, including trade policy and monetary policy. Most recently, he has studied ways in which governments encourage or regulate the financial contributions that individuals and corporations provide charitable activities and non-profit organizations.
Recent Peer-Reviewed Articles
Manuscripts In Progress
- Chapter on the fiscal treatment of charity, Routledge Companion on Philanthropy
- “Payment and power: fees and pledges in Roman North Africa”