Joseph Schulman

Dr. Schulman is an Associate and Principal Consultant with CPCS, having over 35 years’ experience as an economist and business analyst. He has been a consulting transport economist since 1998, serving clients in both the public and private sectors on Canadian and international projects. His extensive assignments have included examining policy and regulatory issues, market analysis and traffic forecasting, analyzing trade flows, examining supply chain issues, economic impact assessment, project financial and economic evaluations, analyzing operational and financial performance of carriers, and building organization capacity. He also has extensive experience in economic forecasting, and corporate strategic and business planning. Dr. Schulman served full time as Co-Director Research for the federal Canada Transportation Act Review in 2000-2001. He holds a Ph.D. in economics from the University of Michigan and an M.A. from The George Washington University. He has taught university courses including transportation economics, managerial finance, and managerial economics at the bachelor’s and master’s levels. Dr. Schulman is a Canadian and U.S. citizen.