Faculty Profile - Iryna Kryvoruchko
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Iryna Kryvoruchko is an economist with research interests in public economics, applied econometrics, economics of charities and taxation. The focus of Iryna’s current research agenda is on understanding the role that charitable foundations play in Canadian communities. In the past, Iryna has taught Taxation Policy and Structure at the University of Alberta. Prior to her doctoral studies, Iryna worked as a federal-provincial fiscal relations analyst and as an economist at Alberta Finance.
Phone: (306) 337-3351
- PhD candidate, McMaster University (expected completion 2012)
- MA, University of Alberta
- BA (Honours), University of Alberta
Areas of Interest
- Public economics
- Applied econometrics
- Economics of charities
- McMaster University Graduate and Research Scholarship, 2009-2012
- University of Toronto Fellowship, 2007-2009
- Gold Achievement Award, Ministry of Finance, Government of Alberta, 2006-2007
- Kryvoruchko, I. (2006). “Three Equalization Alternatives”, Bulletin de Documentation, No.3, pp. 89-119.
- Boothe, P., and I. Kryvoruchko, (2004). “Do Federal Transfers Stabilize Regional Government Revenues? Evidence from Australia and Canada”, Journal of Public Finance and Management, 4(4): 480-495.