Chun-Yan George Kuo is a Senior Fellow of John Deutsch Institute International and a Sessional Adjunct Professor of Economics Department, Queen’s University. From 1996 to 2000, he was a research fellow and consultant with the Harvard International Tax Program and Harvard Institute for International Development. During that period, he taught tax analysis, revenue forecasting, and investment appraisal at the Harvard Executive Programs. He also worked as a consultant on tax reform and tax analysis in Belize, Dominican Republic, Ghana, Guyana, Indonesia, Nepal, People’s Republic of China, Sri Lanka, Taiwan, Tanzania, Ukraine, and Vietnam. He has worked for over 30 years on issues concerned with project appraisal and has published numerous articles in the field of tax analysis and investment appraisal. He was also fully responsible for undertaking financial and economic appraisal of the Buenos Aires-Colonia Bridge and Andean Highway Passes Program. While working in the Canadian Federal Government, Dr. Kuo was not only a senior analyst of tax policy and major investment projects but also a manager of a group of professionals. He obtained his BA and MA in economics from National Taiwan University and his MA and Ph.D. both from the University of Western Ontario.