James Nolan

University of Saskatchewan

Dr. James Nolan is a Professor in the department of Agricultural and Resource Economics at the University of Saskatchewan. Dr. Nolan received his doctorate in economics from the University of California, Irvine. As well as being actively involved in transportation and agricultural policy issues at the federal and provincial level in Canada, Dr. Nolan has also published extensively on topics in transportation and agricultural economics, focusing mostly on modern freight transportation and the structure of these markets. He has been active on many university and international professional committees and has also served as a co-editor for journals in his fields of expertise. Finally, Dr. Nolan has taught several different courses covering both economic theory and applications, and has supervised numerous Master’s and Doctoral theses.


Project Clusters


Who pays the piper-assessing the potential for pass-through of environmental charges within maritime shipping

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