Alan Mehlenbacher, MSc, MBA, PhD
Adjunct Assistant Professor
Department of Economics, University of Victoria, BC, Canada
Math and Computation Resources
- 2006-present: Economics (Mathematical Economics, Applied Econometrics, General Equilibrium and Welfare Economics,
Computational Economics, Competition Economics, Competition Policy, Environmental Economics, Statistical Inference, Intermediate Macroeconomics)
- 1999-2003: Computer Science and Software Engineering (Agent Systems, Network-Centric Computing, The Practice of Computer Science)
Refereed Academic Publications
Publications in Environmental Science & Policy, Global Governance, Computational Economics,
Bulletin of the International Membrane Computing Society, Boundary-Layer Meteorology,Canadian Journal of Botany, American Journal of Botany
Dr. Mehlenbacher has a PhD in Economics from the University of Victoria and an MBA from Simon Fraser University.
He has also earned an MSc from the University of British Columbia, a BS from the University of Michigan, and a CMC designation from the Institute of Certified Management Consultants.
Dr. Mehlenbacher has previously worked as a biologist, statistician, mathematician, software developer, IT manager, business owner, and IT management consultant with private and public sector clients in British Columbia, Alberta, and Alaska.
He has provided pro bono economic analysis to environmental and social justice organizations, and currently supports the Fair Mining Collaborative as an economist and member of the Board of Directors.
(Updated: July, 2020)