Eugene Beaulieu

Professor of Economics, University of Calgary

Eugene Beaulieu is an Associate Professor in the Department of Economics at the University of Calgary. Mr. Beaulieu joined the department after completing his Ph.D. at Columbia University in New York City in 1997. Mr. Beaulieu's research examines the political economy and distributional consequences of international trade policy in Canada and the United States. He was awarded the 1998 Petro-Canada Young Innovators Award to study the impact of CUSTA and NAFTA on closures of manufacuring plants in the United States and Canada. More recently, Mr. Beaulieu was awarded a three-year SSHRC grant to conduct research on the history of the political economy of Canada's trade policy. Mr. Beaulieu held the 2003 Killam Resident Scholar and sits on the Academic Advisory Council to the Deputy Minister of International Trade in the Department of Foreign Affairs and International Trade for the Government of Canada.

Recent Research by Eugene Beaulieu

— Mar 3, 2004
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In a recent survey of investment fund managers, respondents were asked to rank policy areas in order of their importance in fostering a positive investment climate. The top four of ten policy areas were all related to taxation: corporate income tax, personal income tax, corporate capital tax, and capital gains tax.