Rotman School of Management

Main Content

Richard M. Bird

Richard Bird

    Richard M. Bird

    Professor Emeritus of Business Economics

    Email: Send an email to Richard M. Bird
    Phone: 905-274-8841

    Bio

    Richard Bird is Professor Emeritus at Rotman; Senior Fellow of the Institute for Municipal Governance and Finance, Munk School of Global Affairs; Distinguished Visiting Professor, Andrew Young School of Public Policy in Atlanta; and Adjunct Professor, Australian School of Taxation and Business Law in Sydney. He has lectured and published extensively on tax and public finance issues in many countries. He currently chairs the Advisory Group of the International Centre for Tax and Development at the Institute for Development Studies (UK).

    Academic Positions

    2001-2004  Visiting Professor of Law; Harvard University
    1999-  Distinguished Visiting Professor; Andrew Young School of Public Policy, Georgia State University

    Non-Academic Positions

    2003-  Adjunct Fellow; International Tax and Investment Center
    2003-  Fellow; C.D.Howe Institute

    Selected Publications - Books and Chapters

    • The VAT in Developing and Transitional Countries; RM Bird and PP Gendron; Cambridge University Press; 2007; Pages: 300 pp
    • Fiscal Fragmentation; RM Bird and RD Ebel; Elgar; 2006; Pages: 400 pp.
    • Fiscal Reform in Colombia; RM Bird, J Poterba, J Slemrod; MIT Press; 2005; Pages: 300 pp.
    • International Handbook on Land and Property Taxes; Bird, R., Slack, E., eds.; Edward Elgar; 2004; Pages: 400 pp.
    • Who Decides?; Bird,R., ed.; C.D. Howe Institute; 2004; Pages: 120 pp.

    Honors and Awards

    1978  Fellow; Royal Society of Canada
    1997  Douglas Sherbaniuk Award; Canadian Tax Foundation
    2006  Daniel M. Holland Award; National Tax Association

    Research and Teaching Interests

    Current research interests include tax policy, tax administration, local finance and intergovernmental fiscal relations particularly in developing countries.  

    Login to my account