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Professor and Director, Centre for Brexit Studies · Birmingham City University
Alex de Ruyter's main research interests are in labour markets, globalisation, Brexit and economic development
Exonomic Development Labour Markets Brexit Globalisation
Associate Professor, Department of Planning and Geography · Queen's University
Leela Viswanathan teaches topics about social planning, planning history, qualitative research methods, and urban geography.
Urban Geography Qualitative Research Methods Indigenous-Municipal Relations in Planning Social Planning University-Community Engagement
Professor of Management, College of Business Administration · Loyola Marymount University
International Human Resource Management Training Design & Development Creativity and Innovation Management & Leadership Development Performance Management
Associate Professor, Department of City and Regional Planning, College of Arts and Sciences · UNC at Chapel Hill
Lester is an expert on the impact of minimum wage and living wage policies on urban economic development.
Economic Development Labor Market Institutions Living Wage Policies Minimum Wage Policies Labor Economics
Director of the Centre for Pluralist Economics (CPE) · Anglia Ruskin University
Nick is spokesperson at the IZA World of Labor for areas such as inequality, poverty & discrimination.
Labour Markets Economics of Inequality Labour Economics Population Economics Economic Crises
Economist and Researcher · Unifor
Researching labour markets, social progress and the value of public services.
Labour Economics Labour Markets Precarious Work Policy Analysis Poverty
Portuguese Ambassador · Startup Pirates
Co-Founder & Chief Pirate Officer at Startup Pirates
Entrepreneurship Entrepreneurial Education Growing A Startup Movement
Senior Economist and Public Interest Researcher · Canadian Centre for Policy Alternatives - BC Office
Iglika Ivanova is Senior Economist and Public Interest Researcher at the BC Office of the Canadian Centre for Policy Alternatives.
Poverty Labour Economics Income Distribution Income Inequality Living Wage Policies