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Associate Professor (Economics)
Areas of Expertise: Economics of education; Canadian higher education policy; Public economics; Labour economics; Australian economic policy
Biography: Christine Neill graduated from the University of Queensland (Australia) with a B. Economics (Hons) in 1992, and went to work as an economist in the Australian Treasury and later the Department of Foreign Affairs and Trade. She returned to her studies in?
Associate Professor, Global Studies (Social Entrepreneurship)
Areas of Expertise: Social Entrepreneurship and Innovation; Globalization; International Development; Higher Education Organizations and Institutions;
Biography: How do we inspire leaders who are empathetic, knowledgeable, and innovative? How do we connect, collaborate and transform? How can we change the world? ?
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