Adjunct Professor, Economics, University of Prince Edward Island and Carleton University
Born in 1931 in Thunder Bay, Ontario, Robin Neill holds a B.A. and M.A. in Political Economy from the University of Toronto and a PhD. in Economics from Duke. His academic appointments include: University of Saskatchewan, 1960-69, University of Prince Edward Island, 1970-72, Carleton University, 1972-95 (retired as Full Professor), University of Prince Edward Island and Carleton University, Adjunct Professor, 1995-1998. He was Special Advisor to the Fisheries Council of Canada and the Department of Fisheries and Oceans, 1984-1985.
His publications include A New Theory of Value: The Canadian Economics of H.A. Innis (University of Toronto Press, Toronto, 1972), A History of Canadian Economic Thought (Routledge, London, 1991), a number of articles in scholarly journals (24), and other contracted studies and papers. His research interests are the history of economic development and policy in Canada and the history of economic thought.
- Historical Atlantica: How the impact of the past will shape our future
- Canadian Aquaculture: Drowning in Regulation
- Fencing the Last Frontier: The Case for Property Rights in Canadian Aquaculture
- Using a wrench as a hammer: Why EI is the wrong tool to respond to loss of income in an economic downturn
- Too Many Cooks: National Purpose and Equalization
- It is FARMING, not Fishing