Terry Levesque researches discrete choice modelling, economics applied to marketing and analysis of experiments. He completed baccalureate studies in Economics and Political Science at the University of New Brunswick. He earned a Masters of Science in Industrial Administration (Economics) and a Ph.D. in Politics and Political Economy from Carnegie Mellon University. He has held appointments at the University of Alberta, Carnegie Mellon University, and Wilfrid Laurier University. His scholarship involves applications of economic analysis in political economy, transportation, and marketing. He was awarded the 1984 Duncan Black Prize by the Public Choice Society for work on the Canadian Constitution that he co-authored with D. Marc Kilgour. He teaches statistics and econometrics.