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Friday, September 27, 2019

PhD student participates in the Bank of Canada PIVOT program

John Baker, an Economics PhD student, was the recipient of one of the grants from the Bank of Canada for their PIVOT program. John used search-query data to process the impact of policy measures on household spending in real-time. J-P Lam helped supervise some of his work.

Wednesday, September 4, 2019

Professor Ana Ferrer featured on IZA World of Labor

Economics Professor Ana Ferrer, who is also Interim Associate Vice President, Research Oversight and Analysis at the University of Waterloo, has had an article featured in the IZA World of Labor. You can check out the article titled, "Are married immigrant women secondary workers?". Congratulations, Ana, on this excellent achievement!

Friday, July 19, 2019

Roy Brouwer awarded SSHRC funding

Congratulations to Professor Roy Brouwer for being awarded SSHRC funding for the “Payments for wetland ecosystem services as a nature-based solution to sustainably manage urbanized watersheds" project. Professor Alain Nimbona will be a collaborator on this three year project as well. For the full story, see the article on the Water Institute's website

Thursday, June 13, 2019

MA student Ramsha Jaweed wins second prize in CRDCN Policy Challenge Competition

Ramsha Jaweed, Econ MA student, wins second prize in the Canadian Research Data Centre Network (CRDCN) Policy Challenge Competition. Competitors came from UBC, Calgary, Western, McMaster, Toronto, and Laval. The competition is an opportunity for students to use their research results to inform real-world Canadian policy-making and propose innovative policy solutions.

Wednesday, May 8, 2019

Professor Mikal Skuterud comments on Ontario Immigrant Nominee Program

Professor Mikal Skuterud discusses immigrant employment in the tech sector in this CBC article titled, "A new immigration stream is coming for Ontario tech workers, but is it necessary?". Read the full article for Professor Skuterud's thoughts. 

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