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Summary: Scholarly and Research Activity

December 2018

Academic Presentations

Daniel Rubenson.  “For Club or Country: A Half Million Person Group Identity Experiment.”  Invited presentation to the Immigration Lab, ETH Zurich, 10 December 2018.

Daniel Rubenson. “Academic - Practitioner Partnerships in Large Scale Impact Evaluations.” Presented at the “New models for the accumulation of knowledge in development” workshop, Stockholm, 14 December 2018.


Pamela Palmater was named to OpenCanada's annual Twitterati list which, this year, celebrates the contributions of Indigenous peoples to policy in Canada and on the international stage.


Daniel Rubenson organised “New models for the accumulation of knowledge in development,” a Joint Workshop between Evidence in Governance and Politics (EGAP), the Swedish International Development Agency (SIDA), and International IDEA.  Stockholm, 14 December 2018.


Pamela Palmater has been awarded a Faculty of Arts Indigenous Grant for the project Canada's Criminalization of the Indigenous Tobacco Trade and its Implications for Indigenous Economies. The term of the award will be from January 2019 until January 2020.

Publications - Published

Sheila Block and Grace-Edward GalabuziPersistent Inequality: Ontario’s Colour-coded Labour Market.  Ottawa: Canadian Centre for Policy Alternatives, 11 December 2018.

Peggy Nash and Tracey Raney.  “Sharing power reduces gender-based violence” (op. ed.).  Toronto Star, online: 05 December 2018; print: 06 December 2018, p. A17.