Mike's academic research is in the areas of optimal pricing, taxation, exchange rates and free-market environmental policy.
Mike has studied economics at four different universities in three countries and has taught economics at both the university and community college level.
Mike holds Honors B.A. degrees in Political Science and Economics from the University of Western Ontario, a Masters Degree in Economic Theory from the University of Rochester, and has done graduate work at Queen's University at Kingston. Mike has won a number of academic awards, including a gold medal for Political Science and Economics from the University of Western Ontario for being the top graduating student in his class.
Economics should not be simply a discussion of arcane diagrams and complicated mathematics. By understanding the principles of economics we can better understand the world around us and make better business, career and life decisions.