Cameron Gordon, Ph. D.
Dr. Gordon works in the areas of urban public transport; health and social impacts of transport policy and investment; transport finance; and evaluation methods of economic and noneconomic impacts of transport. He holds a Ph.D. in economics. Dr. Gordon holds concurrent appointments as Associate Professor at the Australian National University College of Business and Economics and Principal Investigator with the Social Policy Simulation Center of the City University of New York. He has held prior faculty appointments in Economics (with the University of Canberra), Finance (with the University of Canberra and the City University of New York) and in Public Administration (with the University of Southern California).
Before his academic career, Dr. Gordon had a long public service career which included work for the U.S. Congress Joint Committee on Taxation; the U.S. Department of Defense; and the New York City Municipal Water Finance Authority.
Dr. Gordon is a co-author of GSI’s report The Road to Equitable Transportation Policy in New Jersey: An Assessment of Cost Burdens, Gaps in Mobility and Recommendations for Reform.