Stuewe David (Canada), Professor of Business and Government, Dalhousie University and Chair, Segelberg Trust

Stuewe David (Canada), Professor of Business and Government, Dalhousie University and Chair, Segelberg Trust

Stuewe David (Canada)

Professor of Business and Government, Dalhousie University and Chair, Segelberg Trust

Biography:

David Stuewe have got candidate Ph.D. (public administration) at University of Exeter, United Kingdom (2009).

He graduated from Carleton University Ottawa, Ontario in 1975 and got Bachelor of Arts (Economics) at Dalhousie University (Halifax, Nova Scotia ) in 1973.
Since 2003 his current position is professor of public administration and research associate, RBC Centre for Risk Management at Dalhousie University.
From 1992 to 2003 he served as chief executive officer of Workers Compensation Board of Nova Scotia. His former position is director, U.S. Policy Studies Group, Dalhousie University (1989 – 1992).

From 1981 to 1986 he served as director of Policy of Planning and Analysis at  Saskatchewan Consumer and Commercial Affairs.
Professor Stuewe is author of 500 speeches, presentation and media interviews on subjects ranging from workers' compensation to US government support for business, leadership development to provincial regulation of rent control.