about

Paul Kishchuk, President of Vector Research, holds BA and MA degrees in economics and has more than 20 years of experience in the fields of economics and public finance. He is a skilled researcher and analyst whether working with numbers or words and is adept at presenting findings in a clear manner in both written and presentation formats. Paul has successfully managed a wide variety of projects including intergovernmental initiatives. He is an experienced trainer having designed, constructed and delivered several workshops on research and finance-related topics.

Prior to moving to Whitehorse in 1992, Paul worked for the Office of the Comptroller General (Treasury Board) as well as the Department of Indian Affairs and Northern Development. Since 1992 he has worked in both government and private industry. When employed in government he was Senior Economist for Yukon Economic Development and Director of Revenue Services for Yukon Finance. While in private industry Paul has gained in-depth experience in energy and resource policy and an extensive understanding of the fiscal aspects of the Yukon First Nation land claim agreements. He has also been active in the fields of socio-economic effects assessment, strategic planning and performance measurement.

From 2003 to 2007 Paul was an adjunct faculty member at Yukon College where he taught environmental economics as well as introductory microeconomics and macroeconomics. He has also guest lectured in the University of Alaska Southeast’s Master of Public Administration Program on various public finance topics.

 

 


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