Research

It is important that my research be accessible to broader audiences including academics outside the traditional narrow boundaries of economics, decisions makers, practitioners, and the general public and for it stimulate broader conversations about public policy beyond the academic community. I do this by publishing in a wide range of outlets, including academic peer-reviewed journals across a several disciplines, through a variety of knowledge-mobilization efforts, and by forming strategic partnerships that lead to technical reports for decision makers and the general public. You can check out my google scholar profile here, my SSRN profile here, and my REPEC profile here.

My established research has generally evolved along a number main themes:

Municipal Public Finance/Urban Policy

Tax Non-compliance and the Underground Economy

Design and Implementation of Tax Policy

Basic Income & Income Support Programs

Labour Market

  • John Baker, Kourtney Koebel, Lindsay M. Tedds. 2021. “Gender Disparities in the Labour Market? Examining the COVID-19 Pandemic in Alberta.” In Robert Mansell and Kenneth J. McKenzie (Eds.) Alberta Futures: University of Calgary Press (Forthcoming).

  • John Baker, Kourtney Koebel, Lindsay M. Tedds. 2021. “Gender Disparities in the Labour Market? Examining the COVID-19 Pandemic in Alberta.” The School of Public Policy Publications, 14. (Forthcoming)

  • Christopher McCabe, Vic Adamowicz, Robin Boadway, Dan Berznitz, Chrisopher Cotton, Nathalie de Marcellis-Warin, Stewart Elgie, Evelyn Forget, Richard Gold, Esyllt Jones, Fabian Lange, Stuart Peacock, Lindsay Tedds. 2020. Renewing the Social Contract: Economic Recovery in Canada from COVID-19. Royal Society of Canada. https://rsc-src.ca/sites/default/files/Econ%20PB_EN_3.pdf

  • Adian McFarlane and Lindsay M. Tedds. 2007. "Work, Rest, and Play: Exploring Trends in Time Allocation in Canada and the United States." MPRA Paper 4211, University Library of Munich, Germany

Gender-based Analysis and Intersectionality in Public Policy

Miscellaneous

Website/Software/Code

Work In Progress

Municipal Public Finance

    • Gillian Petit and Lindsay M. Tedds. 2022. “Patterns, Trends, and Commercialization of Short-Term Rentals in Alberta.” School of Public Policy Working Paper, University of Calgary.

    • Anna Cameron, Gillian Petit, and Lindsay M. Tedds. 2022. “Regulating Short-Term Rentals in Canada: A Design and Implementation Guide.” School of Public Policy Working Paper, University of Calgary.

    • Wenshuang Yu and Lindsay M. Tedds. 2022. “The Impact of COVID-19 on Transit Revenues in the City of Calgary.” School of Public Policy Working Paper, University of Calgary.

Tax Policy

    • Anna Cameron, Daria Crisan, Mukesh Khanal, and Lindsay M. Tedds. 2020. Tax Policy Trends: The Alberta Tourism Levy and Short-term Rentals: A Blunt Instrument for a Complex Issues.

Basic Income and Income Support Programs

  • Gillian Petit and Lindsay M. Tedds. 2022. “The Effect of Increased Earnings Exemptions and Asset Thresholds on Income Assistance Flows in British Columbia.” [submitted]

Gender-based Analysis and Intersectionality in Public Policy

    • Lindsay M. Tedds, “Assisted Reproductive Technology and policies to reduce multiple births: Lessons for Canada.”

    • Anna Cameron, Gillian Petit, and Lindsay M. Tedds. “Second-hand Economy in Canada.”

    • Lindsay M. Tedds and Janice Compton. “Maternity/Parental leave benefits and seasonality of births in Canada.”

Miscellaneous

    • Lindsay M. Tedds and Najlaa Kallousa. “Playing by the Disclosure Rules: The Role of Technology, Experience, and Culture in the Accuracy of Insider Report in Canada.”