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Born in England and raised in Australia, David
Foot is a Canadian economist and demographer
with a Ph.D. in economics from Harvard
University. He currently teaches economics at the
University of Toronto. He has conducted research
in a variety of areas, including education, youth
unemployment, leisure and recreation, promotion
opportunities, retirement, immigration, and
government spending. His current research
interests lie in the numerous relationships between
economics and demographics, and their implications for both private and public
policy, especially in a Canadian context. His research activities have resulted in
findings that challenge widely held, but usually untested, views regarding the
economic impact of demographic changes.
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