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Gibson Grant, Dr.

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Grant Gibson

Dr.

PhD Job Candidate
Department of Economics

Education

Ph.D. Economics, McMaster University, 2017

M.A. Economic Policy, McMaster University, 2012

B.Sc. Sustainable Business & Community Development, Catawba College, 2010

Teaching

  • 2017 (Summer) - Instructor, Economic Issues
  • 2017 (Winter) - Instructor, Economic Issues
  • 2016 (Fall) - Instructor, Economic Issues
  • 2016 (Summer) - Instructor, Intermediate Microeconomics
  • 2016 (Winter) - Teaching Assistant, Econometrics I
  • 2015 (Fall) - Teaching Assistant, Graduate level: Microeconomics for Policy, Econometrics I; Undergraduate level: Introduction to Macroeconomics
  • 2015 (Summer) - Teaching Assistant, Environmental Economics
  • 2015 (Winter) - Teaching Assistant, Intermediate Macroeconomics, Environmental Economics, Economic Issues
  • 2014 (Fall) - Teaching Assistant, Intermediate Macroeconomics, Economic Issues
  • 2014 (Summer) - Teaching Assistant, Intermediate Macroeconomics, Economics of Sport, Environmental Economics
  • 2014 (Winter) - Teaching Assistant, International Finance
  • 2012-2014 - Volunteer, Department of Economics Writing Center
  • 2013 (Fall) - Teaching Assistant, Trade Economics
  • 2013 (Summer) - Teaching Assistant, Environmental Economics
  • 2013 (Winter) - Teaching Assistant, Intermediate Microeconomics
  • 2012 (Fall) - Teaching Assistant, Intermediate Microeconomics
  • 2012 (Summer) - Teaching Assistant, Introduction to Economics, Economics & Public Policy
  • 2012 (Winter) - Teaching Assistant, Intermediate Microeconomics
  • 2011 (Fall) - Teaching Assistant, Intermediate Microeconomics

Research

Publications and Papers 

"I'll Get By With a Little Help From My Friends: Assessing the Impact of a Regional Poverty Relief Effort” Work in Progress - Dissertation Chapter
 
“Family Ties: Exploring the Fertility Choices Resulting From Parental Marital Disruption” Work in Progress - Dissertation Chapter

"Here Comes the SUN: Self-Reported Unmet Need as a Means to Assess Inequality in Healthcare Provision” (with Jeremiah Hurley, Michel Grignon, & Li Wang) Resubmitted 
 
"Oh Brother How Art Thou: The Propensity to Report Unmet Need" (with Luc Claire) Submitted