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Dr. Lindsay Tedds

January 29, 1992 | By |

Associate Professor, School of Public Administration, University of Victoria

Dr. Lindsay Tedds is an Associate Professor in the School of Public Administration at the University of Victoria. Her primary research and teaching area is applied economic research and policy analysis, with a particular focus on tax policy.

Lindsay has also held several posts with the Government of Canada in Ottawa in the areas of public economics and policy implementation. Her primary research interests include public economics, economics of taxation, tax non-compliance, underground economy, executive compensation, user fee design and implementation and applied microeconomics.

Lindsay is co-author of Implementing User Fees (Toronto, Canadian Tax Foundation), and Taxes and the Canadian Underground Economy(Toronto, Canadian Tax Foundation), in addition to being the author of numerous scholarly articles and other works.

She is also a regular contributor to Maclean’s, the Globe and Mail’s Economy Lab and the Ottawa Citizen and a frequent media commentator.

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