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Follow the Money: Where is Alberta's Wealth Going? Paperback – January 18, 2012


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Kevin Taft, PhD, has spent most of his career working on public policy in government, in the non-profit sector, and in private practice. He served three terms as an MLA in the Alberta legislature, including almost five years as Leader of the Opposition. He has a PhD in business.

Mel McMillan, PhD, is a professor in the Department of Economics, and a fellow of the Institute of Public Economics, at the University of Alberta. McMillan’s research and teaching interests are in public economics and public finance.

Junaid Jahangir completed a PhD in economics at the University of Alberta in 2011. His dissertation explored the impact of electricity market restructuring on residential consumers in Alberta.
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