John Whalley, FRSC (Fellow of the Royal Society of Canada) is one of Canada’s most pre-eminent experts in the field of global economic. Currently, he holds a number of academic positions, including William G. Davies Professor of International Trade and Co-Director of the Centre for the Study of International Economic Relations, Department of Economics, and University of Western Ontario (UWO, Canada). He is also a Distinguished Fellow at The Centre for International Governance Innovation (CIGI, Canada), Research Associate at the National Bureau of Economic Research in Cambridge, MA, Coordinator, Global Economy Group, CESifo, University of Munich, and a former Visiting Fellow at the Peter G. Person Institute for International Economics in Washington, D.C.
Dr Whalley has written and co-authored dozens of scholarly articles on a variety of subjects, including international trade and development, public finance, general equilibrium theory and computation, Soviet and transition economies, environmental issues and the economy and Canadian trade policy. He holds a BA in Economics from Essex University (1968), and an MA (1970), M.Phil (1971) and a PhD (1973) from Yale University.