Lecturer

Profile

David Moloney brings a wealth of both policy and public sector management experience to Ivey, building on a career spanning over three decades with the Government of Canada.

Professor Moloney was appointed by the Prime Minister to lead Canada’s participation in the Canada - U.S. Beyond the Border Action Plan and in the Canada - U.S. Regulatory Cooperation Council Joint Action Plan, following their launch in December, 2011 by the Prime Minister and the President of the United States. The Prime Minister had previously appointed David as Executive Vice-President of the Canadian International Development Agency (CIDA) from April, 2009. Prior to his service at the Deputy Minister level, Professor Moloney's career included appointments at the Assistant Deputy Minister level at the Privy Council Office, CIDA, Treasury Board Secretariat, and the Industry Sector of Industry Canada. He holds economics degrees from the University of Western Ontario and the University of British Columbia and worked on a wide range of economic policy and management issues at the Bank of Canada and the Department of Finance. Professor Moloney will help further build the Lawrence Centre’s capacity in the analysis of public policy affecting business and public sector management.