Yudelman, David

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YUDELMAN, David. Canadian/South African, b. 1944. Genres: Politics/ Government, Money/Finance, Communications/Media, Industrial relations, Organized labor, Writing/Journalism, Documentaries/Reportage. Career: Rand Daily Mail, Johannesburg, South Africa, journalist, 1964-67; Times, London, England, political and financial journalist, 1967-70; Financial Mail, Johannesburg, political and financial journalist, 1970-72, 1975-76; University of the Witwatersrand, Johannesburg, senior lecturer, political science, 1979- 82; Queen's University, Kingston, ON, Centre for Resource Studies, senior research associate, 1982-86, adjunct professor of political studies, 1985-86; Frost & Sullivan (political risk analysts), associate, 1983-87; Bank of Montreal, Toronto, ON, adviser on legislation and government, manager of policy analysis, and manager of information and analysis, 1986-89; Ontario Hydro, Toronto, planning officer, senior strategic projects officer, and section head of executive writing projects, 1989-93; Executive Writing Projects, founder and principal, 1993-. Public Affairs Association of Canada, president, 1997-98. Publications: The Emergence of Modern South Africa, 1982; (ed. and contrib.) Financing Canadian Mining in the 1980s, 1984; Political Risk in Extractive Industries, Vol. II, 1985; Canadian Mineral Policy, Past and Present, 1985; (with J. Crush and A. Jeeves) South Africa's Labor Empire, 1991. Address: Executive Writing Projects, 153 Wolfrey Avenue, Toronto, ON, Canada M4K 1L4. Online address: [email protected]