Jay is a graduate of Queens MA Economics program. He completed his Master’s thesis on the economics of Canada’s lobbying industry. Jay’s main areas of economic interest include public economics, political economy, finance and applied econometrics.
While working for Limestone Analytics, Jay’s main areas of research have been impact investment and alternative finance, as well as the economics of electricity markets in the developing world. Jay has been studying the many applications of GIS to the services Limestone Analytics provides.
- M.A. Economics – Queen’s University, Canada
- B.A. Economics – Trent University, Canada