Department of Resource Economics and Environmental Sociology
University of Alberta
Vic Adamowicz applies his expertise to a variety of areas, including environmental valuation, benefit cost analysis, forest economics, econometrics and policy analysis. Having done research in relevant fields and completed consultancy work for various government agencies worldwide, Vic has acted as Scientific Director for the Sustainable Forest Management Network as well as serving on the Royal Society of Canada Expert Panel in the review of various socioeconomic models. In 2007, He was appointed a Fellow of the Royal Society of Canada.
Vic holds a BSc. with Distinction in Agriculture and a MSc. in Agricultural Economics, both from the University of Alberta, as well as a PhD. from the Department of Agriculture and Applied Economics at the University of Minnesota.