Mati Dubrovinsky obtained his PhD in Strategy and Business Economics from the Sauder School of Business at UBC. He has published on Health Economics in the Canadian Journal of Economics (CJE) and on Urban Economics in the Journal of Regional Science.
Currently, Mati is modelling the costs of Ontario drug programs for the Ontario Ministry of Health. His professional background is extremely diverse, he held a tenure track faculty position with the University of Winnipeg, a Senior Analyst position with the Bank of Canada and a position with the C.D. Howe Institute, where he published on Monetary Policy and the Payments Eco-System. Since then Mati has been employed on project basis with the Ontario government: first with the Ministry of Finance, where he advised on the regulation of financial services with focus on credit unions, and currently with the Ministry of Health.