Ida Rayson was the summer 2004 intern at the Atlantic Institute for Market Studies. She has a B.A. with honours in Business and Society from York University, specializing in Economics and Political Science, and an M.A. in Canadian Politics from the University of Windsor.
Ms. Rayson’s Master’s paper was entitled “Say Aah: An Examination of the Shortage of Physicians Compared to Dentists in Small Communities in Canada”, which concluded that the system of remuneration for general practitioners (GPs) contributes to their lack of supply in Canada. Her internship project expands on her Master’s project by exploring potential models for GPs to increase their incomes and/or practice revenues by systematically integrating uninsured services into their practices.
Ms. Rayson also has experience with content analysis and an interest in reproductive technology and Middle Eastern politics.