The Economics of Long-Term Care in Canada
Sources of support:
The following corresponds to the calendar years 2020-2023. Below is a complete listing of sources of support that exceed $10,000. For several of these, a grant flowed through a research organization. I have tried to list both the research organization and ultimate source of the funds.
1. University of British Columbia: salary. (2020 2021 2022 2023)
2. Canadian Institutes of Health Research: Insight Development Grant. (2021 2022 2023)
3. C.D. Howe Institute, stipend for role as Scholar-in-Residence (2017 2018 2019 2020)
4. Employment and Social Development Canada: personal services agreement for consulting, re microsimulation (2020 2021 2022 2023)
5. Privy Council Office: Interchange Agreement (ie ‘secondment’) June 2020-April 2021 (2020 2021).
6. Government of British Columbia: funding for Basic Income research. (2020)
Relevant paid or unpaid positions:
The following list covers activities in the years 2020-2023:
1. Editor, Canadian Tax Journal. (Paid) (2020 2021 2022 2023)
2. Associate Editor, Journal of Pension Economics and Finance. (Unpaid) (2020 2021 2022 2023)
3. Academic Director, Centre for Innovative Data in Economic Research. (Stipend) (2020 2021 2022)
4. President and shareholder of KAYEMM CONSULTANCY INCORPORATED, through which some of the above funds have been received. (2020 2021 2022 2023)
Disclosure for close relative or partner
Married to Sharon Hsueh-Ju Hu since 2019.
1. Research Associate, National Bureau of Economic Research. (Unpaid) (2020 2021 2022 2023)
2. Scholar-in-Residence, C.D. Howe Institute. (Stipend) (2020 2021 2022 2023)
I and my wife hold shares in companies through broadly-diversified mutual funds and investment vehicles. I do not directly hold shares of any individual corporation (except for KAYEMM CONSULTANCY as noted above).
I am not a member of any political party at the municipal, provincial, or federal levels. I have occasional policy conversations with policymakers from many parties, as well as government officials at the municipal, provincial, and federal levels.
Right to review:
None of these organizations had a right to review or edit my published work, except when they acted as the publisher.