Mohamed Douch is Professor of Economics at the Royal Military College of Canada since 2006. He holds a M.Sc in Financial Economics (with distiction) and PhD in Macroeconomics from the University of Quebec in Montreal (Canada). Mohamed is also a research fellow of The Centre for International and Defence Policy at Queen’s University and a fellow of The John Deutsch Institute for the Study of Economic Policy at Queen’s.
As a consultant Prof. Douch has been involved in projects with various institutions such as the Centre for Operational Research and Analysis (CORA), National Defense (DND), DRDC Ottawa and Toronto, Canada.
Mohamed has been a member of the Canadian Economic Association (CEA), The Americain Economic Association (AEA) and Société Canadienne de Sciences Économiques (SCSE). Contact at: mdouch @ mdouch.net.
As of his research and publications, Dr. Douch has published numerous articles in the fields of Macroeconomics, financial economics and defense economics.
Mohamed is also a reviewer for number of international journals including recent contributions to the Defense and Peace Economics journal and the Economics of Peace and Security Journal both as an author and reviewer.
The CEA conferences are held annually around the last week of May or first week of June. Dr Douch Participation at the 50th annual Conference of the Canadian Economics Association (Ottawa) was by presenting his work on: The Determinants of Military Expenditures for Middle Power Nations.
SIPRI Expert Workshop on Military Expenditure held in Stockholm, Sweden.