Professor | Canada Research Chair in Public Economic Theory | Editor, FinanzArchiv/Public Finance Analysis
Department of Economics
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Katherine Cuff is one of the recipients of the recently created honorific title, University Scholar. The spirit is intended to honour more junior faculty who have "already distinguished themselves as international scholars."
Ph.D. Queens University 2000
ECON 798- Fall 2015
Boadway, R. and K. Cuff, (2013) "The Recent Evolution of Redistribution in Canada," in Keith Banting and John Myles, eds., The Fading of Redistributive Politics: Inequality and the Politics of Social Policy. (UBC Press: Vancouver), 2014.
Cuff, K., J. Hurley, S. Mestelman, A. Muller, and R. Nuscheler (2012) "Public and Private Health Care Financing with Alternate Public Rationing Rules," Health Economics, 21, 83-100.
Cuff, K., S. Hong, J. Schwartz, Q. Wen, and J. Weymark, (2012) "Dominant Strategy Implementation with a Convex Product Space of Valuations," Social Choice and Welfare 39, 567-597.
Buckley, N., K. Cuff, J. Hurley, L. McLeod, R. Nuscheler, and D. Cameron, (2012) "Willingness-to-Pay for Parallel Private Health Insurance: Evidence from a Laboratory Experiment," Canadian Journal of Economics, 45, 137-166.
Buckley, N., D. Cameron, K. Cuff, J. Hurley, L. McLeod, S. Mestelman, (2012) "\An Experimental Investigation of Mixed Systems of Public and Private Finance," Journal of Economic Behavior & Organization, 84, 713-729.
Cuff, K., N. Marceau, S. Mongrain, and J. Roberts (2011) "Optimal Policies and the Informal Sector," Journal of Public Economics, 59, 1280-1291.
Hurley, J., N. Buckley, K. Cuff, M. Giacomini, and D. Cameron (2011) "Judgments Regarding the Fair Division of Goods: The Impact of Verbal versus Quantitative Descriptions of Alternative Divisions," Social Choice and Welfare, 37, 341-372.