Congratulations to our faculty members who have received the following research grants!
Social Sciences and Humanities Research Council (SSHRC)
Roy Brouwer (with Alain-Désiré Nimubona)- "Payments for Wetland Ecosystem Services as a Nature-Based Solution to Sustainably Manage Urbanized Watersheds", 2019.
Ana Ferrer - "Conspicuous consumption, savings, and income inequality", 2019.
Francisco M. Gonzalez - "The macroeconomics of labour mismatch", 2015.
Chris Riddell - "The effects of compulsory interest arbitration on disputes, wages and service quality: evidence from a unique natural experiment in Ontario", 2018.
Mikal Skuterud - "The impact of the temporary foreign worker program on the Canadian economy", 2016.
Ana Ferrer (with Bessma Momani and Nada Basir)- "Disaggregating Diversity of Canada’s Women Entrepreneurs: Assessing Skills, Gaps, and Training in Vulnerable Sectors", 2021.
Global Risk Institute in Financial Services
Margaret Insley (with Peter Forsyth)- "A multi-period mean-variance approach to risk and return in climate change policy", 2016.
Global Water Futures (USask)
Roy Brouwer - "What is Water Worth? Valuing Canada’s Water Resources and Aquatic Ecosystem Services", 2020
Roy Brouwer - forWater Research Network, 2017.
PaaS Global Ltd.
Tao Chen - "Sleeping behavior investigation through deep learning", 2018.
Premise Data Corporation-AI Institute
Anindya Sen (with Joel Blit and Horatiu Rus) - "Sense and Sentiments: public goods provision and political stability", 2019.
University of British Columbia
Chris Riddell -"A Re-Assessment of the Manitoba Basic Annual Income Experiment", 2019.
Univeristy of Waterloo/SSHRC Robert Harding & Lois Claxton Humanities and Social
Tao Chen - "Full Stack Data Science Handbook”, 2021.
University of Waterloo - Water Institute
Roy Brouwer - "Informing investment decisions in Canada in drinking water and wastewater treatment technology to reduce environmental and human health risks of micropollutants", 2018.
University of Waterloo - Artificial Intelligence institute
Tao Chen (with Shirley Tang) - “Artificial Intelligence for Heart Failure Diagnosis and Management”, 2020.
University of Waterloo - HeForShe Gender Equity Grant
Kate Rybczynski - "What keeps women in STEM? Can family related policy and bargaining power play a role?”, 2019.