Ted McDonald

Professor

Courses

  • ECON 3015 - Thinking Strategically
  • LAW 3723/ECON 3845 - Law and Economics
  • ECON 5645/ECON 6645 - Applied Econometrics

Administration

  • Academic Director NB-RDC - continuing
  • Executive Committee Member CRDCN - continuing
  • Executive Committee Member CEA 2012-2015
  • CIHR SDA Grant Adjudication Committee 2008-2015
  • CIHR SDA Scientific Officer 2012 - 2013
  • Director NB Institute for Research, Data and Training
  • Member of the Editorial Board, Health Reform Observer
  • Conference Organizer, 2012 CRDCN National Conference

Awards

  • 2016 Research Merit Award, UNB
  • UNB Research Scholar 2012-2014
  • 2011 Research Merit Award, UNB

Graduate Supervision

  • MA-Economics - Dmitry Shcherbakov, UNB 2016-2017 Topic: Decomposing the Gender Wage Gap
  • PhD-Interdisciplinary Studies - Miriam Breau, UNB 2015-2017 Topic: Nursing Resources and Patient Outcomes
  • MA-Economics – Brent Cruickshank, UNB 2015-16 Topic: Immigrant Health Service Use – An Analysis Using Linked Administrative Data
  • MA-Economics – Haorui Wang, UNB 2014-15 Topic: Education Health Gradient of Recent Immigrants to Canada
  • MA-Economics – Wenjing Bo, UNB 2014-15 Topic: The Incidence and Earnings of Self Employed Chinese Residents of Canada - Passed September 2015
  • MA-Economics - Olalekan Idris Adio, University of New Brunswick 2013-15 Topic: Evaluating the Effects of Drunk Driving Laws - Passed August 2015
  • MAHSR – Geoffrey Onoura, UNB 2014-15 Topic: Evaluating the Effectiveness of Public Smoking Bans in Canada - Passed June 2015
  • Ph.D. Interdisciplinary Studies – Justine Gibbings (UNB – Co-supervisor), 2012-14 Topic: Canadian Mothers’ Work Experience and Cognitive and Behavioral Outcomes of their Preschool Children - Passed 2015
  • MA-Econ Supervisor – Chris Connell, University of New Brunswick, 2012 Topic: Geography and the Incidence of Head and Neck Cancer - Passed November 2012
  • MA-Econ Supervisor – Guo Liang, University of New Brunswick, 2012 Topic: Skill and Occupation Mismatch of Recent immigrants – Evidence from the LSIC - Passed August 2012
  • MA-Econ Supervisor – Dengwan Liao, University of New Brunswick, 2012 Topic: Public Policy and the Internal Migration Decisions of Engineers in Canada - Passed January 2012
  • MA-Econ Supervisor – Margaret Holland, University of New Brunswick, 2009-2011 Topic: The Returns to Education When Wages and Prices Vary by Location in Canada: An Empirical Investigation - Passed May 2011

PUBLICATIONS

Books

  • McDonald, Ted, Elizabeth Ruddick, Arthur Sweetman, and Christopher Worswick eds. (2010) Canadian Immigration: Economic Evidence for a Dynamic Policy Environment. Montreal and Kingston: McGill-Queen's University Press, Queen's Policy Studies Series).

Refereed publications, abstracts and book chapters - Economics

  • McDonald, James Ted and M. Rebecca Valenzuela (2016) How Does Skills Mismatch Affect Remittances? A Study of Filipino Migrant Workers. Contemporary Economic Policy, in press.
  • McDonald, JT, C. Warman and C. Worswick (2015) Immigrant Selection Systems and Occupational Outcomes of International Medical Graduates in Canada and the United States. Canadian Public Policy, 41(S1), S116-S137.
  • Sweetman, A., JT McDonald and L. Hawthorne (2015) Regulated occupations and foreign qualification recognition: An Overview, Canadian Public Policy, 41(S1), S1-S13.
  • McDonald, JT and C. Worswick (2015) High skilled immigration. in Chiswick, B. and P. Miller (eds.) Handbook on the Economics of International Migration, Volume 1A, ch11, 537-584.
  • Kennedy, S., M. Kidd, J.T. McDonald, and N. Biddle (2014) The Healthy Immigrant Effect: Patterns and Evidence from Four Countries. Journal of Migration and Integration, 16(2): 317-332.
  • J.T. McDonald and C Worswick (2013) Intergenerational Implications of Immigration Policy on the Distribution of Education: Apprenticeship Training in Canada. Canadian Public Policy, 39(S1), 165-85.
  • J.T. McDonald and C. Worswick (2012) The migration decisions of physicians in Canada: the roles of immigrant status and spousal characteristics. Social Science and Medicine, 75(9), 1581-88.
  • D.M. Gray and J.T. McDonald (2012) Does the Use of Unemployment Insurance Use Evolve with Experience? Evidence on Learning Effects in Canada. Canadian Journal of Economics, 45(3). pp 1220-1245.
  • J.T. McDonald, C. Warman and C. Worswick (2011) Earnings, Occupation and Schooling Decisions of Immigrants with Medical Degrees: Evidence for Canada and the US in B. Chiswick (ed.) High Skilled Immigration in a Globalized Labor Market. Washington: American Enterprise Institute.
  • Myatt, T. and J.T. McDonald (2011) The Robustness across Space of Provincial Panel-Data Studies of Minimum Wages in Canada? Canadian Journal of Regional Science, 33(3), 77-88.
  • D. Gray and J.T. McDonald (2010) Dynamic Aspects of Seasonal Employment and Workers in Canada: Does Holding a Seasonal Job Make a Seasonal Worker? Canadian Public Policy, 36(1), 1-27.
  • J.T. McDonald and C. Worswick (2010) Visible Minority Status, Immigrant Status and Earnings in Canada: A Cohort Analysis in Ted McDonald, Elizabeth Ruddick, Arthur Sweetman, and Christopher Worswick (eds.) Canadian Immigration: Economic Evidence for a Dynamic Policy Environment. Kingston: Montreal and Kingston: McGill-Queen's University Press, Queen's Policy Studies Series.
  • D. Caro, J.T. McDonald and J.D. Willms (2009) Socio-economic status and adolescent achievement trajectories from childhood to adolescence, Canadian Journal of Education, 32(3), 558-590.
  • J.T. McDonald and S. Kennedy (2007) Cervical Cancer Screening by Immigrant and Minority Women in Canada, Journal of Immigrant and Minority Health, 9(4), 323-34.
  • N. Biddle, S. Kennedy, and J.T. McDonald (2007) Health Assimilation Patterns Among Australian Immigrants, Economic Record, 83(260), 16-30.
  • S. Kennedy and J.T. McDonald (2006) Immigrant Mental Health and Unemployment, Economic Record, 82(259), 445-59.
  • S. Kennedy and J.T. McDonald (2006) Immigrant health in the period after arrival in Australia: evidence from the LSIA, Chapter 6 in D. Cobb-Clark and S. Khoo (eds.) Public Policy and Immigrant Settlement in Australia. Edward Elgar.
  • J.T. McDonald and S. Kennedy (2005) Is migration to Canada associated with unhealthy weight gain? Overweight and obesity among Canada’s immigrants, Social Science and Medicine, 61(12), 2469-81.
  • M. Bhattatchrya, H. Bloch and J.T. McDonald (2005) Labour Productivity in Australian Manufacturing: The Impact of Import Competition and Market Structure. Chapter 16 in C.Neogi and R. Ghosh (eds.) Theory and Application of Productivity and Efficiency: Econometric and DEA Approaches, Macmillan India.
  • J.T. McDonald and S. Kennedy (2004) Insights into the healthy immigrant effect: health incidence and health service use of immigrants to Canada. Social Science and Medicine, 59(8), 1613-1627.
  • B. Cardak and J.T. McDonald (2004) Neighborhood Effects, Preference Heterogeneity and Immigrant Educational Attainment, Applied Economics, 36, 559-572.
  • J.T. McDonald (2004) Toronto and Vancouver Bound: The Location Choice of New Canadian Immigrants, Canadian Journal of Urban Research, 13(1), 85-101.
  • R. Audas and J. T. McDonald (2004) Rural-Urban Migration in the 1990s: Flows, Attributes and Outcomes, Canadian Social Trends, Statistics Canada 11-008, Summer, 17-24.
  • R. Audas and J.T. McDonald (2004) Employment Insurance and the Added Worker Effect, Social Research Demonstration Corporation, research report 04-04.
  • M. Frenette, V. Hildebrand, J.T. McDonald and C. Worswick (2003) Job and Occupational Mobility of Immigrants in Australia, Canada and the United States in C. Beach, A. Green and J. Reitz (eds.) Canadian Immigration Policy for the 21st Century, John Deutsch Institute for the Study of Economic Policy, Queen’s University, Kingston, Canada.
  • J.T. McDonald (2003) The Location Choice of New Immigrants to Canada: the Role of Ethnic Networks, in C. Beach, A. Green and J. Reitz (eds.) Canadian Immigration Policy for the 21st Century, John Deutsch Institute for the Study of Economic Policy, Queen’s University, Kingston, Canada.
  • R. Audas and J.T. McDonald (2003) The Role of Employment Insurance in Migration Decisions, Social Research Demonstration Corporation, research report 03-03.
  • Crossley, T., J.T. McDonald and C. Worswick (2001) Immigrant Benefit Receipt: Sensitivity to Choice of Survey Years and Model Specification, Journal of Human Resources, 36(2), 379-397.
  • H. Bloch and J.T. McDonald (2001) Import Competition and Labour Productivity, Journal of Industry, Competition and Trade, 1(3), 301-319.
  • McDonald, J.T. (2000) Industrial Dispute Tactics in Australian Manufacturing, Industrial Relations, 39(1), 115-138.
  • McDonald, J.T. and C. Worswick (1999) Wages, Implicit Contracts and the Business Cycle: Evidence from Canadian Microdata, Journal of Political Economy, 107(4), 884-892.
  • McDonald, J.T. and H. Bloch (1999) The Spillover Effects of Industrial Action on Firm Profitability, Review of Industrial Organization, 15, 183-200.
  • McDonald, J.T. (1999) The Determinants of Firm Profitability in Australian Manufacturing, Economic Record, 75(229), 115-26.
  • McDonald, J.T. and C. Worswick (1999) The Earnings of Immigrant Men in Australia: Assimilation, Cohort Effects and Macroeconomic Conditions, Economic Record, 75(228), 49-62.
  • McDonald, J.T. and B. Felmingham (1999) Voluntary and Involuntary Mobility of Australian Men over the Business Cycle, Australian Bulletin of Labour, 25(2), 141-158.
  • McDonald, J.T. (1999) The Economic Performance of Large Australian Manufacturing Firms, Chapter 5 in Australian Enterprises: Private Performance and Public Policy, (P. Dawkins, M. Harris, and S. King, eds.), Allen and Unwin.
  • McDonald, J.T. and C. Worswick (1998) The Earnings of Immigrant Men in Canada: Job Tenure, Cohort, and Macroeconomic Conditions, Industrial and Labor Relations Review, 51(3), 465-482.
  • McDonald, J.T. (1998) The Duration of Industrial Disputes in Australian Manufacturing, Australian Economic Papers, 37(3), 236-256.
  • McDonald, J.T. and C. Worswick (1997) Unemployment Incidence of Immigrant Men In Canada, Canadian Public Policy, 23(4), December 1997, 353-373. [Winner of the John Vanderkamp prize for best paper, 1997]
  • McDonald, J.T. (1996) Work Bans in Mining and Manufacturing, Journal of Industrial Relations, 38(1), March, pp. 42-56.

Refereed publications, abstracts and book chapters - Epidemology and Public Health

  • Johnson-Obaseki, S., V. Labajian, M. Corsten, and JT McDonald (2015) Incidence of cutaneous malignant melanoma by socioeconomic status in Canada: 1992-2006, Journal of Otolaryngology - Head & Neck Surgery. 44:53.
  • Johnson-Obaseki, S, M Corsten, M Hearn, JT McDonald (2015) Incidence of Differentiated Thyroid Cancer in Canada by City of Residence, Journal of Otolaryngology - Head & Neck Surgery. 44:36.
  • McDonald, J.T., S. Johnson-Obaseki, E. Hwang, C. Connell and M. Corsten (2014) The Relationship Between Survival and Socio-economic Status for Head and Neck Cancer in Canada. Journal of Otolaryngology - Head & Neck Surgery, 43(Jan), 2, 1-6.
  • Talbot, F., D. Clark, W. Yuzda, A. Charron and JT McDonald (2014) Gatekeepers’ Perspective on Treatment Access for Anxiety and Depression: A Survey of New Brunswick Family Physicians. Canadian Psychology, 55(2): 75-79.
  • Guay, B., S. Johnson-Obaseki, JT McDonald, C Connell and M Corsten (2014) Incidence of Differentiated Thyroid Cancer by Socioeconomic Status and Urban residence: Canada 1991-2006. Thyroid, 24(3), 552-555.
  • Wang, E., S Johnson-Obaseki, J.T. McDonald, C. Connell and M. Corsten (2013) Incidence of Head and Neck Cancer and Socioeconomic Status in Canada from 1992 to 2007. Oral Oncology. 49(11), 1072-76.
  • Siu, S., J.T. McDonald, et.al. (2013) Is lower socioeconomic status associated with more advanced thyroid cancer stage at presentation? A study in two Canadian centers. Thyroid, 24(3), 545-551.
  • S. Johnson-Obaseki, J.T. McDonald, M. Corsten and R. Rourke (2012) Head and Neck Cancer in Canada: trends 1992-2007. Otolaryngology – Head and Neck Surgery,147(1), 74-78.
  • S. Johnson-Obaseki, J.T. McDonald and M. Corsten (2012) Oral Cancer Screening and Socio-Economic Status. Journal of Otolaryngology – Head and Neck Surgery, 41, 102-7.
  • J.T. McDonald (2012) Cancer Screening, Encyclopedia of Immigrant Health, S. Loue and M. Sajatovicb, editors-in-chief. Heidelberg: Springer. Part 4/C, 358-61.
  • S. Kilty, J.T. McDonald and S. Johnson (2011) Socioeconomic Status: a Disease Modifier of Chronic Rhinosinusitis?, Rhinology. 49: 533-537.
  • J.T.McDonald and J. Neily (2011) Race, Immigrant Status, and Cancer among Women in the United States, Journal of Immigrant and Minority Health, 13(1), 27-35.
  • S. Johnson, M. Corsten, J.T. McDonald, and M. Gupta (2010) Cancer prevalence and education by cancer site; a logistic regression analysis, Journal of Otolaryngology – Head and Neck Surgery, 39(5): 555-560.
  • S. Johnson, M. Corsten, J.T. McDonald, and J. Chun (2010) Socio-economic factors and stage at presentation of Head and Neck Cancer patients in Ottawa, Canada: a logistic regression analysis, Oral Oncology, 46(5), 366-8.
  • J.T. McDonald and R. Trenholm (2010) Cancer-related health behaviours and health service use among Inuit and other residents of Canada's north. Social Science and Medicine, 70(9), 1396-1403.
  • J.T. McDonald and Angela Sherman (2010) Determinants of Mammography Usage across Rural and Urban Regions of Canada, Canadian Journal of Rural Medicine, 15(2): 52-60.
  • S. Johnson, J.T. McDonald, M. Corsten and R. Rourke (2010) Socio-economic status and head and neck cancer incidence in Canada: a case-control study, Oral Oncology, 46(3): 200-3.

Other Publications

  • McDonald, J.T. and C. Worswick (2013) Retirement Incomes, Labour Supply and Co-residency Decisions of Older Immigrants in Canada: 1991-2006. CLSRN Working Paper 116.
  • J. Costa Font, C. Hernandez-Quevedo, J.T. McDonald and J. Variyam (2012) Editorial: Understanding Healthy Lifestyles: the Role of Choice and the Environment. Applied Economic Perspedtives and Policy (2013) 35(1), pp. 1-6.
  • J.T. McDonald, C. Warman and C. Worswick (2012) Immigrant Selection Systems and Occupational Outcomes of International Medical Graduates in Canada and the United States, SEDAP Working Paper 293, McMaster University
  • J.T. McDonald and C. Worswick (2011) Incidence and Returns to Apprenticeship Training in Canada: The Role of Family Background and Immigrant Status, CLSRN Working Paper 72, January.
  • J.T. McDonald (2011) Response to a letter to the editor on 'Determinants of Mammography Usage across Rural and Urban Regions of Canada. Canadian Journal of Rural Medicine, 61(1), 34.
  • J.T McDonald (2010) PROMs as a Means of Delivering Improved Patient Outcomes - Comments and Caveats. Proceedings of the Conference Patient Reported Outcomes Measures - Indicator for Healthcare Productivity, Victoria, BC.
  • J.T. McDonald and C. Worswick (2010) The determinants of the migration decisions of immigrant and non-immigrant physicians in Canada, SEDAP research paper #282.
  • J.T. McDonald (2010) Response to a letter ot the editor on Determinants of Mammography Usage across Rural and Urban Regions of Canada, Canadian Journal of Rural Medicine, 15(4), 168.
  • Mengxuan Annie Xu and James Ted McDonald (2010) The Mental Health of Immigrants and Minorities in Canada: The Social and Economic Effects, Canadian Issues, Summer, 29-32.
  • J.T. McDonald and M. Rebecca Valenzuela (2009) The Impact of Skill Mismatch among Migrants on Remittance Behavior, SEDAP research paper #242.
  • A. Akbari, S. Lynch, J.T. McDonald and W. Rankaduwa (2007) Socioeconomic and Demographic Profiles of Immigrants in New Brunswick, Atlantic Metropolis Center, December.
  • S. Kennedy, J.T. McDonald and N. Biddle (2006) The Healthy Immigrant Effect and Immigrant Selection: Evidence from Four Countries, SEDAP Research Paper #164.
  • J.T. McDonald (2005) The Health Behaviours of Immigrants and Native-Born People in Canada, SEDAP Research Paper #144.

Competitive Research Grants

  • New Brunswick Health Research Foundation Strategic Initiatives, Title - NB Health Respiratory Infornation Platform $200,000 (matched by $200,000 from AstraZeneca)
  • Australian Research Council Discovery Grant 2016-2020, Title – Strengthening Health Workforce Migration to Australia and Canada $621,496 (PI Lesleyanne Hawthorne)
  • CIHR - Operating Grant: SPOR PIHCI Network: Quick Strikes (2015-04-30), Title - Children with complex health conditions: Let’s learn who they are and their needs to better serve them (PI Shelley Doucet) $100,175
  • SSHRC – Insight Grant 2015-2019, Title - Perceptions of Change in Atlantic Canadian Cities (PI Howard Ramos) $499,924
  • CIHR - SPOR SUPPORT 2013-2018, Title – Maritime SPOR SUPPORT Unit $1,060,000 per year (NB component) for five years (nominated PI Adrian Levy)
  • SSHRC – Connection Grants 2012, Title – CRDCN Conference 2012 – Evidence Based Policy Formation and Evaluation $13,805
  • NBHRF – Conference Grants 2012, Title – CRDCN Conference 2012 - Evidence Based Policy Formation and Evaluation $4820
  • Canadian Breast Cancer Foundation – Atlantic 2012, Title – Demographic and Socioeconomic barriers to breast screeningin New Brunswick (CI Michael Haan) $54,700
  • Department of Foreign Affairs and International Trade Canada-Asia Pacific Award 2012, Title -The Integration of Migrant Health Professionals in Canada Compared to  Australia - A Comparative Analysis of Foreign Credential Recognition Strategies and Outcomes” (co PI with Lesleyanne Hawthorne) $10,000
  • University of New Brunswick Research Fund 2012, Title – Rationalization of the Provision of Hospital Services in New Brunswick $6970
  • New Brunswick Health Research Foundation 2011, Title – New Brunswick Institute for Health Policy (CI Nicole Letourneau) $25,000
  • Canadian Foundation for Innovation Leaders Fund 2010, Title – New Brunswick Health Policy Laboratory (co PI with Nicole Letourneau) $368,724
  • HRSDC 2010-2011 (with Chris Worswick, Carleton University and Mike Haan, UNB), Title – the economic returns to education and experience $24,000
  • CLSRN 2010-2011 (with Chris Worswick, Carleton University), Title – the earnings, income and labour market outcomes of older immigrants in Canada $23,000

Journal Referring and External Assessments

2016

  • Associate Editor, Journal of Population Research
  • Member of the Editorial Board, Health Reform Observer
  • International Expert Assessor, Australian Research Council Discovery Grant Competition
  • External Examiner, LaTrobe University PhD in Economics, candidate Kanwal Kaur
  • Reviewer, Swiss National Science Foundation, Humanities and Social Sciences Division
  • Refereeing for Health Economics, European Journal of Public Health, Journal of Population Research (2), Social Science and Medicine, BMC Musculoskeletal Disorders, CMAJ International Migration, International Journal of Health Geographics, Preventive Medicine (x2), Journal of Epidemiology and Community Health, Clinical Medicine Insights: Women's health

2015

  • International Expert Assessor, Australian Research Council Discovery Grant Competition
  • Reviewer, MITAS postgraduate research scholarship competition
  • External Examiner, Ph.D. thesis in Economics from UBC
  • Refereeing for Canadian Journal of Economics, Journal of Health Economics, Social Science and Medicine, CMAJ (2), Social Science Research (2), International Migration Review, JIMI, Canadian Journal on Aging (2), PLOS 1, Journal of Health and Social Behavior (2), Journal of Population Research (3); Journal of Ethnic and Migration Studies, Journal of Immigrant and Minority Health, Nicotine and Tobacco Research, Preventive Medicine, Health Economics.

2014

  • Reviewer, Swiss National Science Foundation, Humanities and Social Sciences Division
  • International Expert Assessor, Australian Research Council Discovery Grant Competition
  • Refereeing for Canadian Journal of Behavioural Science, Scandinavian Journal of Economics, Globalization and Health (2), Journal of Immigrant and Minority Health, International Migration Review (3), Journal of International Migration and Integration, Canadian Public Policy, Social Science Research, BMC Pregnancy and Childbirth, Canadian Medical Association Journal, Journal of Economic Behavior and Organization, Applied Economics, PLOS One, Canadian Journal on Aging, IJERPH, SSM,Journal of Population Research (2), Nicotine and Tobacco Research, CPP.

2013

  • International Expert Assessor, Australian Research Council Discovery Grant Competition
  • Refereeing for International Migration Review, Canadian Studies in Population, Journal of International Migration and Integration, International Journal of Population Health, Women’s Health Issues, Canadian Medical Association Journal (2), Social Science and Medicine,
2012
  • External Reviewer, Fonds National de la Recherche Luxembourg
  • Internal Reviewer, Ph.D. Dissertation by Wei-Yew Chang, Faculty of Forestry, UNB Fredericton
  • North American Special Issue Editor, Applied Economics, Perspective and Policy
  • International Expert Assessor, Australian Research Council Discovery Grant Competition (x2)
  • Refereeing for British Journal of Cancer, Social Science and Medicine, Canadian Medical Association Journal, Canadian Journal of Urban Research, Labour Economics, Health and Place, International Journal of Environmental Research and Public Health, Journal of Immigrant and Minority Health

2011

  • External Review, Fonds National de la Recherche Luxembourg
  • North American Special Issue Editor, Applied Economics, Perspective and Policy
  • Committee Member, Citizenship and Immigration Canada Provincial Nominees Program External Advisory Committee
  • Committee Member, CIHR Social Determinants in Aging (SDA) Peer Review Committee
  • External Reviewer, Alberta Council
  • International Expert Assessor, Australian Research Council Discovery Grant Competition (x2)
  • Refereeing for Social Science Research (x2), Canadian Journal of Economic, CPP (2), CMAJ (2), Journal of immigrant and minority health (x3), Empirical Economics, Obesity, Canadian Journal of Urban Research, American Economic Journal (Applied Economics), Social Science and Medicine (x3), IRPP, Australian Journal of Labour Economics, Economic Record. McGill Journal of Law and Health. Review of Economics of the Household, Economics and Human Biology, Canadian Journal of Sociology.

2010

  • Committee Member, Citizenship and Immigration Canada Provincial Nominees Program External Advisory Committee.
  • Committee Member, CIHR Social Dimensions in Aging (SDA) Peer Review Committee
  • International Expert Assessor, Australian Research Council Discovery Grant Competition
  • External Examiner of Ph.D. candidate Shabir Hyder, Fuuast School of Economic Sciences, Federal Urdu University, Pakistan
  • External Examiner of Ph.D. candidate Yan Hou, University of Ottawa
  • Refereeing for Canadian Journal on Aging, Health and Place, Canadian Journal of Economics. Canadian Medical Association Journal (x2), Social Science and Medicine, Journal of Immigrant and Minority Health (x2), Journal of International Migration and Integration, Review of Economics of the Household, Social Science Research, Education Economics, McGill Journal of Law and Health

2009

  • Ph.D. comprehensive examination board - Justine Gibbings, CRISP, UNB
  • Ph.D. comprehensive examination board - Thomas Ochuodho, Forestry, UNB
  • Examining Board Ph.D. thesis - Amanda Morgan, Department of Psychology, UNB
  • Examining Board MBA thesis - M. Mapharing, Faculty of Business Administration, UNB
  • Refereeing for Social Science and Medicine (2), Canadian Journal on Aging, Journal of International Migration and Integration, Canadian Journal of Economics, Health Reports, Canadian Journal of Urban Research, Perspectives on Labour and Income, Journal of Immigrant and Minority Health, Canadian Public Policy
  • Committee Member, CIHR Social Dimensions in Aging (SDA) Peer Review Committee
  • External Reviewer - CRC Tier II Renewal - Lori Curtis, University of Waterloo

2008

  • External Assessor of a SSHRC standard gran application, December 
  • Committee Member, CIHR Social Dimensions in Aging (SDA) Peer Review Committee
  • External Examiner, CIHR / Industry Partnered New Investigator Award application
  • External Examiner of a Master's thesis submitted to the 2008 Jacques may Thesis Prize Competition, Medical Geography Specialty Group, AAG
  • External Assessor of a SSHRC standard research grant application, January
  • External Examiner Master's of Science thesis, Ryan Trenholm, Faculty of Forestry, UNB, September
  • External Examiner Master thesis, Hongwei Gui, Interdisciplinary Studies, UNB, January
  • Refereeing for Social Science and Medicine (2), Preventing Chronic Disease, Cult, Health, Sexuality, Economic Record, Journal of Immigrant and Minority Health, Journal of the American Medical Association, Industrial Relations.

2007

  • External committee member of the hiring committee for a Chair in Economics and Finance, University of Tasmania
  • External examiner Master's thesis - Mary Hill, Master's of Applied Health Services Research, UNB
  • Refereeing for Social Science and Medicine, Preventing Chronic Disease, Economic Record, Journal of Immigrant and Minority Health, Journal of International Migration and Integration, Canadian Public Policy, Journal of Health Care for the Poor and Undeserved, Population Studies, Urban Studies

2006

  • External Examiner Master's thesis - Anne Masters-Boyne, Faculty of Nursing, UNB.
  • Deemed 'an expert assessor of international standing' by the Australian Research Council; external reviewer of an ARC Discovery Project on tuberculosis and migrant workers in China
  • External examiner Ph.D. thesis - Karen Buhr, Carleton University, June
  • External examiner Master's thesis - Martin Farley, University of Tasmania, February
  • Refereeing for Social Science and Medicine, Journal of Health Economics, Health and Place, Economic Record

 

 

Contact Information:

Ted McDonald

Professor
Office: 455 Singer Hall
Phone: (506) 447-3210