Senior Lecturer in Education, University of the West of England
My ongoing research interests include equity in education, funds of identity and teacher education and teaching development, Black Studies in Education, dialogue and dialogic education, critical race methodologies, anti-racist pedagogies, transformative digital education, and professional teaching cultures in education.
My doctoral thesis (University of Exeter, 2019-2023) is a qualitative research study, which uses multimodal action research to examine how teachers relate their funds of identity with Black [British] cultures in processes of resource mediation for anti-racist teaching and learning across schools in the Southwest of England.
Maleeka received her BSc. from the University of Toronto (majors: Genes, Genetics & Biotechnology and Sociology; minor: English), MSc. from University of Guelph (Food Science) and is currently a PhD Student at the University of Guelph (Food Science). Her current research aims to improve transparency in the food supply chain by using biological and chemical fingerprinting as multi-parameter and complementary tools to assess food integrity. This research will ensure a safe supply chain, high-quality foods for consumers, increased accountability from farmers to distributors and minimize waste.
Moana Project Manager, MetService — Te Ratonga Tirorangi
Malene is the Moana Project Manager and team lead of the Whai Hua project workstream. Her background is in marine ecology and resource management.
Senior Lecturer in Health and Exercise Physiology, Bournemouth University
Malika joined BU in 2017 to complete her PhD in Health Sciences and joined the Department of Rehabilitation and Sport Sciences in February 2021 as a Lecturer in Health and Exercise Science. She is Programme Leader for BSc (Hons) Sports Therapy and teaches physiology and innovation units on this programme. Her research interests are in women's health, especially related to maternal health, and in the areas of physical activity and non-pharmacological treatment methods.
Malika is continuing to research in the field of her PhD area and has received internal Faculty pump-priming to run a feasibility trial investigating the feasibility of using slow and deep breathing to manage high blood pressure during pregnancy (pregnancy-induced hypertension).
After submitting her PhD in 2021, Malika joined the University of Exeter as a Postdoctoral Research Associate to join the Moving Through Motherhood research team. The GW4 Alliance funded project supported a multi-disciplinary team and Malika's role was to organise and run a series of virtual workshops.
Malika has received internal HSS pump-priming funding to complete the study 'Effects of slow and deep breathing on reducing obstetric intervention in women with pregnancy-induced hypertension'. Recruitment for this study will open in Jan 2022 at a local NHS Foundation Trust.
Malika is part of the Moving Through Motherhood research group, which is a multi-disciplinary team from University of Exeter, University of Bath, University of Bristol, Cardiff University and King's College London. Their aim is to improve information and resources for women related to physical activity during and after pregnancy. Using a co-design methodology, pregnant women, mother's and other stakeholders contribute as collaborators in the research process. Malika won the Early Career Researcher Award at the WiSEAN Conference (Women in Sport and Exercise Academic Network) in Liverpool in June 2023, for presenting this work. The award is given for outstanding work in the field of women in sport and exercise science and Malika was selected for the award by members of the WiSEAN scientific committee and fellow Early Career Researchers.
Postdoctoral Research Fellow, Faculty of Information Technology, Monash University
Malika Nisal Ratnayake is a Postdoctoral Researcher at Monash University, Melbourne, Australia. His research in computer vision and artificial intelligence explores and develops technological solutions for understanding of insect pollinator behaviour in agriculture and ethology.
Researcher, Department of Medical Oncology, Royal North Shore Hospital,, University of Sydney
Dr Malinda Itchins BMedSci, MBBS(Hons1), PhD, FRACP, is a thoracic medical oncologist at Royal North Shore Hospital, GenesisCare, and North Shore Private. In 2020 she graduated from University of Sydney in her doctoral studies investigating drug resistance in ALK-rearranged non-small cell lung cancer both preclinically and clinically. Malinda is a Board Director and the Lung Cancer Chair of the Clinical Oncology of Australia (COSA), and Advanced NSCLC Co-Chair for the Thoracic Oncology Group of Australasia (TOGA) Scientific Committee. She is Primary Investigator on multiple lung cancer clinical trials and her research focus to date has been in patterns of care, the real-world experience and drug resistance in oncogene driven lung cancers. She is passionate about the evolution of precision medicine and equity of access to care in thoracic cancers.
Lecturer in Food Science and Technology, Obafemi Awolowo University
I obtained B. Tech in Food science from Ladoke Akintola University of Technology, Ogbomoso, Nigeria in 2007; M.Sc and Ph.D in Food Science and Technology from Obafemi Awolowo University, Ile- Ife in 2012 and 2016 respectively. I was employed as an Assistant lecturer in the Department of Food Science and Technology, Obafemi Awolowo university, Ile - Ife, Nigeria on March 3rd, 2014. I am presently a Senior lecturer.
I am a Member of Nigerian Institute of Food Science and Technology (MNIFST: 06/3804/SM); American Society for Microbiology (ASM ID: 54501388) and Organization for Women in Science for the Developing World (OWSD) (OWSD: 5174)
Postdoctoral research fellow, Coventry University
I am a Social Anthropologist with a Youth and Community Work background, interested in topics around memory, mobility and diaspora. Currently I am working on the AIMEC project exploring 'arrival infrastructures' in East London.
Generally I am interested in topics around diaspora, memory and storytelling especially in regard to youth and intergenerationality. In my ethnographic practice I intend to combine youth work methods and principles with those of ethnographic research.
Lecturer in Finance, The University of Queensland
Dr Haq's research interest centres on bank equity, and credit risks, bank regulation, capital adequacy requirement and market discipline, bank competition and efficiency, financial crises, and non-conventional banking (microfinance and Islamic finance). She is also interested in the area of corporate finance including dividend policy, capital structure, mergers and acquisitions.
Her research publications have appeared in international and Australian peer-reviewed journals. Dr Haq has received a number of competitive research grants. She is an active researcher and presents her work regularly at international and Australian conferences. Dr Haq teaches both undergraduate and postgraduate courses. She also supervises honours, Masters and PhD students.
She holds Bachelor of Commerce (Banking and Finance), Master of Commerce (Finance), Master of Science (Finance) and PhD degrees.
Assistant Clinical Professor in Nutrition and Dietetics, Mississippi State University
Mandy Conrad, Ph.D., RDN, LD received her doctorate in nutrition from Mississippi State University in 2021. She received her master’s degree in health promotion, as well as two bachelor’s degrees in food and nutrition and in fitness management from Mississippi State. Dr. Conrad completed a dietetic internship at the University of Delaware and has been a registered dietitian since 2004. She has many years of experience in clinical and community settings and served as a registered dietitian on staff at Mississippi State from 2008 until joining the Department of Food Science, Nutrition and Health Promotion in an academic role in 2017. Dr. Conrad teaches a variety of nutrition classes and serves as the Didactic Program in Dietetics Director. Her professional interests are motivated by a desire to understand factors influencing health-impacting choices, which has inspired research related to food insecurity and the pursuit of continued community and global outreach.
Assistant Professor of Psychiatry, University of Colorado Anschutz Medical Campus
Mandy Doria, MS, LPC, NCC, RYT-200 is a Licensed Professional Counselor, Registered Yoga Teacher, and Assistant Professor at the University of Colorado’s Department of Psychiatry. She is a therapist in the Stress, Trauma, Adversity, Research and Treatment (START) Center with 12 years of experience providing mental health care to children and adults in a variety of community, school, home, and college settings. In addition to CBT, DBT and ACT, Mandy incorporates mindfulness and trauma-informed mindful movement and somatic approaches into her therapeutic work and practices from a person-centered, relational, and strengths-based framework. She directs the Past the Pandemic program, which has supported the healthcare workforce since March 2020 in response to the COVID-19 pandemic, and she has presented extensively on mental health education, suicide prevention, grief, mindfulness, stress management and burnout.
My counseling encompasses a humanistic, grounded approach that treats the client as a whole person. I help the person uncover and be empowered to use one's own natural resources, strengths, and abilities to cope with whatever he/she is facing. I create a safe, calm and open environment that allows one to make connections, explore alternate perspectives, and promote growth and personal wellness in creative and effective ways. As a Registered Yoga Teacher, I incorporate breathing techniques, emotional regulation, meditation and mindfulness into my work with clients. I offer approaches such as CBT, DBT, Assertiveness, and other Gestalt and relational therapies. I work creatively with the person to find one's own form of expression and what works to communicate in the session. I am most effective in dealing with anxiety, depression, self esteem, relationships, and identity formation and exploration. I enjoy helping people through the phases and transitions of life.
Adjunct industry fellow, University of Southern Queensland
Associate Professor of Psychology and Neuroscience, Auckland University of Technology
I am an Associate Professor at Auckland University of Technology (AUT - Department of Psychology and Neuroscience) and the Associate Head of Research at the AUT School of Clinical Sciences. My research interest is developing and validating new technologies for quantifying human brain networks using brain imaging methods, including Artificial Intelligence (AI), complex network science and dynamical systems theory. These approaches have significantly contributed to our ability to model brain dysfunction in people with epilepsy and traumatic brain injury. I currently hold the HRC Emerging Researcher Grant. I am the AI lead of the $30 million Australian Epilepsy Project and a core member of the AUT Traumatic Brain Injury Network and the AUT BioDesign Lab. I received the AUT Excellence Award Emerging Researcher in 2021; the University of Melbourne early-career fellowship in 2018; the American Epilepsy Society Young Investigator Award in 2017; and the John Milne Neuroscience Award for best departmental PhD thesis at The University of Melbourne in 2016. I have presented my work at multiple international conferences and have been invited to present my work at universities in Asia, Europe, and the US.
Senior Fellow, Council on Foreign Relations/Associate Professor of International Relations, Boston University
Manjari Chatterjee Miller is senior fellow for India, Pakistan, and South Asia at the Council on Foreign Relations (CFR). Miller is currently on leave from the Frederick S. Pardee School of Global Studies at Boston University where she is a tenured associate professor of international relations, and the director of the Rising Powers Initiative at the Pardee Center. She is also a research associate in the Contemporary South Asian Studies Programme at the Oxford School of Global and Area Studies at the University of Oxford. An expert on India, China, South Asia, and rising powers, she is the author of Why Nations Rise: Narratives and the Path to Great Power (2021, shortlisted for the 2022 Hedley Bull Prize in International Relations) and Wronged by Empire: Post-Imperial Ideology and Foreign Policy in India and China (2013). Miller is also the co-editor of the Routledge Handbook of China-India Relations (2020), a monthly columnist for the Hindustan Times, and a frequent contributor to policy and media outlets in the United States and Asia.
Miller has been a non-resident fellow at the Atlantic Council, a fellow at the Belfer Center of Science and International Affairs at Harvard University, a visiting associate professor at the Lee Kuan Yew School of Public Policy at the National University of Singapore, and a visiting scholar at the Chinese Academy of Social Sciences and the Crawford School of Public Policy at Australian National University. She has published numerous articles in peer-reviewed and policy journals, and chapters in edited books. She received a BA from the University of Delhi, an MSc from the University of London, and a PhD from Harvard University. She was a post-doctoral fellow in the China and the World Program at Princeton University.
PhD student, Department of Sociology, University of British Columbia
Manlin Cai is a PhD student in the Department of Sociology at the University of British Columbia. Her research interests include family and work, gender, migration, and social inequality in Canadian and Chinese societies.
Professor of Climate Dynamics, University of East Anglia
I'm a professor in the Climatic Research Unit, part of the School of Environmental Sciences. I do research on climate dynamics, which is about understanding the circulation and variability of the climates of Earth and other planets, and how they can change over time.
A strong focus of my research is understanding how our climate will change over the coming century with the addition of anthropogenic greenhouse gases. I carry out my research using a range of techniques from simple conceptual ideas to large state-of-the-art global circulation models.
PhD Candidate, Université Grenoble Alpes (UGA)
Ecosystem ecologist, Spanish National Research Council, Consejo Superior de Investigaciones Científicas (CSIC)
Doctorando en Derecho. Especializado en Bioética y Derecho de la Discapacidad, Universidad de Castilla-La Mancha
LICENCIADO EN FILOSOFÍA por la Universidad Complutense de Madrid. 2002.
MÁSTER en derechos fundamentales. Especialidad en Derechos Humanos, Bioética y Bioderecho en la Fac. de Derecho de la UNED. Febrero 2020
TFM. Marco normativo y prácticas sociales hacia las personas con discapacidad a lo largo de la historia. Calificado con Matrícula de Honor.
DOCTORANDO EN DERECHO en la Universidad de Castilla – La Mancha. En fase de redacción de la tesis doctoral: “Elementos históricos y sociales del desarrollo de las regulaciones jurídicas sobre las personas en situación de discapacidad” en el marco de la línea de investigación de derecho público (6 1410 - DERECHO PÚBLICO UCLM) en el departamento de Derecho Administrativo de la UCLM
Estancia predoctoral investigadora en el instituto de investigación JusGov. Escola de Direito da Universidade do Minho (julio 2022). Sobre las regulaciones jurídicas referidas a las personas con discapacidad en la historia de portugal
Certificado de Aptitud Pedagógica (CAP) por el Instituto de Ciencias de la Educación de la Universidad Complutense de Madrid en 2003.
EXPERIENCIA DE TRABAJO
- Junio 2019 – Actualidad. Dinamizador del Programa de Autonomía personal en la Confederación Española de Personas con Discapacidad Física y Orgánica (COCEMFE), Área de Accesibilidad y Vida Independiente. Miembro y secretario de la comisión de Autonomía personal del Comité Español de Representantes de Personas con Discapacidad (CERMI)
- Enero 2022 – Actualidad. Dinamizador del Programa de viviendas de transición a la vida independiente
- Noviembre 2010 – Junio 2019. Técnico de formación y empleo en la Confederación Española de Personas con Discapacidad Física y Orgánica (COCEMFE), desarrollando funciones de dinamización de la formación interna de las entidades de la confederación a través de la Universidad Técnica de COCEMFE.
- Jul. 2008 – Nov. 2010: Coordinador de formación del convenio entre Instituciones Penitenciarias y la Fundación La Caixa para el Organismo Autónomo de Trabajo Penitenciario y Formación para el Empleo, programa para la formación e inserción laboral de personas privadas de libertad en régimen ordinario.
- Nov. 2006 – Jul. 2008: Coordinador del proyecto Aula de Intermediación Laboral para Personas con Discapacidad en el Ámbito rural de la Consejería de Familia y Asuntos Sociales de la Comunidad de Madrid, gestionado por COCEMFE. Coordinación, orientación e intermediación con empresas a través de itinerarios personalizados de inserción.
- Necesidad de una estricta neutralidad hacia las personas con discapacidad en la regulación de la muerte asistida. Anales del derecho y de la discapacidad. Fundación Derecho y Discapacidad. CERMI. Nº7 julio 2022. Año VII. https://drive.google.com/file/d/1hIjqVGwV4nfCn5nz5KdPbHeJYgUyr2RM/view?usp=sharing
- Diseño Universal del Ocio (DUO). Una guía para apoyar la gestión de un ocio inclusivo en las entidades de COCEMFE. 2022. https://docs.google.com/document/d/1aHTLBsx3TITy6QGnOYRw7XRo4joW9iR29nKQYuBfwOE/edit?usp=sharing
- Regulación de la muerte asistida en el estado español: posibles efectos adversos sobre los derechos fundamentales de las personas con discapacidad. Bioética y debate. 2021;27(91):14-19. Instituto Borja de Bioética, Universidad Ramón LLull. https://drive.google.com/file/d/1e0Uf2GdGD3XNlP7GKBkRTV7U8ye_U2n3/view?usp=sharing
- Participación en el proceso de estudio y elaboración del documento “Libro Blanco de la Discapacidad Orgánica”. https://www.cocemfe.es/wp-content/uploads/2022/04/libro-blanco-discapacidad-organica.pdf
- Cuestiones bioéticas y biojurídicas sobre asistencia personal y asistencia sexual. Webinario del Ciclo "Discapacidad, Autonomía y Cuidados" de la Fac. de Psicología de la Universidad de la República de Uruguay
- AccesibilidApp, una herramienta para la sensibilización y el conocimiento sobre accesibilidad universal. Revista Asociación Española de Profesionales de Accesibilidad Universal (ASEPAU) nº 5 abril 2021.
- Derechos de las personas con discapacidad en un contexto de recursos limitados durante una situación de emergencia sanitaria. Revista Iberoamericana de Bioética. Núm. 15 (2021). https://revistas.comillas.edu/index.php/bioetica-revista-iberoamericana/article/view/13474
- Demarcación ética y jurídica entre la asistencia personal y la asistencia sexual en un contexto de vida independiente. Revista Zebitzuan de Trabajo social. Nº 73. Dic. 2020 http://www.zerbitzuan.net/documentos/zerbitzuan/Demarcacion_etica_juridica.pdf
- VVAA. Guía práctica: Análisis de casos prácticos sobre intervención policial con personas con discapacidad, Asociación a favor de personas con discapacidad de la Policía Nacional (AMIFP) https://www.amifp.org/media/download/66283
- “Neutralidad de la regulación de la muerte asistida hacia las personas con discapacidad”. Comunicación presentada en el V Congreso Internacional “Europa sociedad abierta” del Seminario Italoespañol de la Red europea de investigación jurídica. Dic. 2020. https://youtu.be/ApFV6Ry9UNw?t=6596
-- Riesgos de vulneración de los derechos fundamentales de las personas con discapacidad en relación con las crisis sanitarias. Revista Bioética y Derecho. Observatorio de Bioética y Derecho (OBD) de la UAB. 2020 https://revistes.ub.edu/index.php/RBD/article/view/31775
- Las Tecnologías de Apoyo en la Smart City desde un Enfoque Social. Revista Ibérica de Sistemas e Tecnologias de Informação (RISTI) 2020 https://tinyurl.com/yyw5r9o6
- Barreras de acceso a la educación inclusiva para las personas con discapacidad: el acceso efectivo a los productos de apoyo. Comunicación de ponencia específica en las I Congreso "Derechos Humanos y Vulnerabilidad". Publicado junto a otras comunicaciones en el libro En tiempos de vulnerabilidad. Ed. Ana María Marcos del Cano. Editorial Dykinson. 2020 https://www.dykinson.com/libros/en-tiempos-de-vulnerabilidad/9788413247489
- Ponencia inaugural I Jornadas InnovaUDIMA con Tecnología Educativa. Educación inclusiva: autofabricación de productos de apoyo para la adaptación del puesto de estudio. 2019 https://youtu.be/m8J3z1Ty1MA?t=956
- COCEMFE. (2019). Metodologías y enfoques inclusivos en la educación: guía para el conocimiento de nuevas metodologías de enseñanza y aprendizaje. Madrid: COCEMFE. https://www.cocemfe.es/wp-content/uploads/2019/05/COCEMFE-Guia-Metodologias-enfoques-inclusivos-Educacion-2019.pdf
Catedrático emérito. Director del Real Jardín Botánico de la Universidad de Alcalá, Universidad de Alcalá
MANUEL PEINADO LORCA (GRANADA, 1953)
Researcher in financial accounting, Bocconi University
Tenured Researcher of Accounting at Bocconi University, Italy. Italian CPA (Dottore Commercialista) and Chartered Auditor (Revisore contabile). Member of the Standard Setting Boards’ Nominations Committee to manage the selection process for members of the International Auditing and Assurance Standards Board (IAASB) and the International Ethics Standards Board for Accountants (IESBA).
Her research interest is focused on the regulation and the functioning of the audit market and on the developing of the auditing process inside teams. She is also interested in the ethical and equality dimensions related to the accounting profession.
Associate Professor, Health Economics, University of Oxford
Mara is an Associate Professor at the Health Economics Research Centre in the University of Oxford. She holds a BSc (Hons) in Economics from Ca’ Foscari University of Venice, Italy; an MSc in Economics from the University of Glasgow; a PhD in Economics from the University of Dundee; and a Doctorate in Economics from the University Milano-Bicocca, Italy.
Mara’s research contributes to two complementary aspects of the health economics discipline. The first aspect relates to investigations of economic-driven inequalities in health outcomes and healthcare utilisation, through the statistical and econometric analysis of large and complex observational survey data and linked healthcare administrative datasets, in order to inform clinical practice and wider policies to reduce inequitable differences in people’s health status. The second aspect refers to the economic evaluations (for example, cost-effectiveness analysis) of health treatments/healthcare delivery models alongside randomised controlled trials (RCTs) in order to identify those treatments/programmes that represent good value for money in a healthcare system which increasingly is under financial strain. The development of a more equitable and efficient healthcare sector is therefore an important perspective that underpins all of her economic research across several disease areas.
She is particularly interested in the economics of mental health, especially in children and young people, as well as the analysis of health-related quality of life in large multi-country surveys. In addition, she has recently developed an interest in behavioural economics. She is currently engaged in several projects in these areas, which are funded by the UK National Institute for Health and Care Research and the EuroQol Foundation.
Privatdozentin, Munich School of Philosophy
Mara-Daria Cojocaru's main research interests include: political philosophy and theory, philosophical pragmatism, (animal) ethics, philosophy of emotion and intellectual virtues.
She has taught at the Ludwig-Maximilians-University Munich, the Munich School of Philosophy, the Friedrich-Schiller-University Jena and Graz University, and she has been visiting scholar at the University of Sheffield, the University of Brighton and the University of Veterinary Medicine Vienna. Currently, she is establishing a new project on “animal-assisted philosophy” – a blend of philosophical and creative writing that is not just about, but with and for other animals.
Marc C-Scott is a lecturer in screen media and coordinator for both the Bachelor of Screen Media at Victoria University (https://www.vu.edu.au/courses/bachelor-of-screen-media-absn).
Prior to his position, Marc taught at many institutions in the areas of digital media, video production, motion graphics, visual effects, web technologies along with project and research methodologies.
He has been active in the area of digital media since 1996, completing a Bachelor of Design (Multimedia) with Honors at Swinburne’s National School of Design in 2004.
Marc is currently completing a PhD, which uses a historical comparative approach, in investigating the changes of the television industries within Australia, United Kingdom and United States.
His research interests are within television (history, institutions and new broadcast methods), cross-media, cross-platform media and the use of new digital media services.
Teaching Associate in Political History, Bangor University
Dr Marc Collinson teaches contemporary history and politics. An active political historian of post-war Britain, Marc is interested in electoral phenomena (including by-elections), political parties, and policymaking. He is currently writing a study of Smethwick in electoral politics, c. 1955-1970. He is a Fellow of the Higher Education Academy and an Associate Fellow of the Royal Historical Society.
Cognition and Behavior Lab, Aarhus University
Cultural forms of expression: humour, jokes, storytelling
Culture and cognition: biocultural studies
Film theory: cognitive film theory
Text theory and analysis: cognitive literary studies, evolutionary literary studies
Video genres: comedy
Director of Financial Planning, Deakin Business School, Deakin University
Marc is a Senior Lecturer in Financial Planning and Course Director of Financial Planning in the Department of Accounting within Deakin University.
Marc has significant experience within both academia and industry in the areas of financial planning, superannuation and retirement planning and accounting.
He was an Authorised Representative for over 15 years and has more than 20 years of experience as one of Australia’s leading academics and educators in the financial planning discipline where he has played a key role in the development, growth and recognition of financial planning within both the university sector and the financial planning profession.
He is Program Director of Financial Planning at Deakin University and plays a key role in facilitating industry engagement and strengthening the ties between the university sector and industry.
Marc has published a number of articles in the areas of financial planning, superannuation and financial literacy.
Marc is a founding committee member and currently Chair of the Financial Planning Education Council (FPEC), is on the TEQSA Register of External Experts in Financial Planning and Financial Services and is regularly called upon to undertake course reviews and accreditation's.
He is also a co-author of one of Australia’s leading textbooks in financial planning.
Marc is a Fellow of the Chartered Accountants of Australia and New Zealand and a member of the Financial Advice Association Australia .
Social scientist, Cawthron Institute
Marc is human geographer interested in the social construction of science and the framing of environmental issues in policy and governance.
Assistant Professor of History, California State University, San Bernardino
Dr. Marc Arsell Robinson is Assistant Professor of African American history at California State University, San Bernardino. In 2022, he won the Mellon Emerging Faculty Leader Award, and served as Visiting Fellow in Equity, Justice, and Inclusion at the University of Oregon’s Clark Honors College. Dr. Robinson’s research focuses on the Civil Rights and Black Power Movements in the Pacific Northwest. His forthcoming monograph, Washington State Rising: Black Power on Campus in the Pacific Northwest will be published in August 2023 as part of the Black Power Series of New York University Press. His previous publications include journal articles in the Pacific Northwest Quarterly, and in California History. He has also contributed numerous essays and book reviews in platforms such as Blackpast.org, The Western Journal of Black Studies, Reference Services Review, The Journal of Black Studies, The Journal of African American History, and Race in American Television: Voices and Visions That Shaped a Nation.
Professor of Political Science and Founding Director, International Studies Program, Burman University
Professor Froese has expertise in the integration dynamics of economic law, the relationship between regional and multilateral economic governance, and the political economy of Canadian public policy formation. He is the author of books and articles on these and other issues, including Canada at the WTO (UTP, 2010) and Sovereign Rules and the Politics of International Economic Law (Routledge 2018). His most recent book is Has Populism Won? The War on Liberal Democracy (ECW 2022, with Daniel Drache). Research papers and some published work is available on the Social Science Research Network at http://ssrn.com/author=887299
Postdoctoral Research Fellow at the Evolutionary Studies Institute (ESI), University of the Witwatersrand, Johannesburg., University of the Witwatersrand
PhD (Palaeontology), MSc (Palaeontology), BSc Honours (Palaeontology) - University of the Witwatersrand
Bcom Honours (Information Systems), BCom - Rhodes University
Professor of Human Resources and Organizational Behaviour, University of Saskatchewan
Marc Mentzer holds the position of Professor of Human Resources and Organizational Behaviour in the Edwards School of Business of the University of Saskatchewan. He holds an MBA from McGill University and a PhD in Management from Indiana University.
Marc's research has appeared in over 20 journal articles. His research has centred on business history and the regulatory aspects of human resource management.
Assistant Professor, Johnson Shoyama Graduate School of Public Policy, University of Saskatchewan
I completed my doctorate degree in Philosophy, Mass Communications, at Carleton University in 2008. At the time, I was employed full time as a policy analyst / advisor in the Library of Parliament working for finance and fiscal-policy related related committees :
- Senate Banking
- House of Commons Finance Committee
- House of Commons Public Accounts Committee).
I subsequently worked for the Department of Finance on consumer issues and later still, joined the Canadian Credit Union Association as their lead policy advisor / analyst. While I have taught as a sessional lecturer, my formal academic career only really began this fall, in 2018.
Prior to working for government, I worked at a fiscal policy think tank in the United States (Levy Economics Institute) and prior to that, was a bond and stock market reporter for Bloomberg Business News. In addition to my PhD, I have a masters' degree in economics.
Professor of Economics, University of California, San Diego
Marc-Andreas Muendler is Professor in the Economics Department at the University of California, San Diego, where he is starting up the Globalization and Prosperity Lab. He is a Research Professor at the ifo Institute Munich, Germany, a Guest Professor at the University of St. Gallen, Switzerland, and a Research Associate at the National Bureau of Economic Research in Cambridge, Massachusetts. Muendler has published in leading economic journals on the origins of globalization and its consequences for local industries and labor markets, firm dynamics and entrepreneurship, and information economics. Muendler's research revolves around local impacts of global markets.
Professor of Human Resources Management, HEC Montréal
Marc-Antonin Hennebert is full Professor at the Department of Human Resources Management and associate researcher at the Interuniversity Research Centre on Globalization and Work (CRIMT) and the International Observatory on the Societal Impacts of Artificial Intelligence and Digital Technologies (OBVIA). He holds a PhD from University of Montreal (Canada). His research focusses on industrial relations, trade unionism, collective bargaining and social dialogue which he studies at both a national and an international level.