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Dominique M. Gross is a Professor in Graduate Public Policy and the School for International Studies and has a Ph.D. in Economics from the University of Toronto . Prior to joining the Graduate Public Policy Program in September 2005, she held various academic positions in Universities in Australia , Canada and Europe . She has also worked for the International Monetary Fund (IMF) in Washington , DC and the International Labour Office (ILO), in Geneva , where she had the opportunity to teach and develop economic research programmes in several Sub-Sahara African countries.
In her research, she specializes in applied international labour and finance macroeconomic questions. She is particularly interested in the relationship between domestic policies and international immigrant and foreign investment location decisions. The main geographical focuses of her research are Europe and North America . She has published in academic journals, in edited books as well as produced policy studies with an international perspective for the CD Howe Institute in Toronto, the ILO, the IMF and the World Bank.
PLCY 808 Advanced Policy Issues I (Capstone)
PLCY 809 Advanced Policy Issues II (Capstone)
PLCY 812 Special Topics: Economic and Social Sustainability
PLCY 818 Advanced Quantitative Methods