MONTREAL, Jan. 22 /CNW Telbec/ - Nathalie Elgrably-Lévy is returning to
the Montreal Economic Institute (MEI) as a senior economist. Well known for
her weekly columns in Le Journal de Montréal and Le Journal de Québec and as
an economist with the MEI from 2005 to 2008, she has worked since last summer
as a senior economist with the Fraser Institute. At the MEI, starting now, she
will analyze public policies at the local and international levels, assessing
their effectiveness and bringing out the related socio-economic issues. Her
research and analyses will be published by the MEI and will be available at
Nathalie Elgrably-Lévy has taught economics at HEC Montréal since 1992.
She also taught economics for several years at the University of Montreal and
at UQAM. She is the author of La face cachée des politiques publiques,
published in 2006 by Les Editions Logiques, and also produced a Quebec
adaptation of the 6th edition of Microeconomics, by Pyndick and Rubinfeld. She
holds a master's degree in management from HEC Montréal, with a specialization
in applied economics.
The Montreal Economic Institute (MEI) is an independent, non-partisan,
non-profit research and educational organization. Through studies and
conferences, the MEI informs public debates in Quebec and Canada by suggesting
wealth-generating reforms based on market mechanisms.
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For further information: and interview requests: André Valiquette,
director of communications, Montreal Economic Institute, (514) 273-0969 ext.
2225, Cell: (514) 574-0969, email@example.com