Picture of Jefferson Huebner

Jeff Huebner has held various positions in academics over the past decade, most recently as an associate professor of international business.  He has been actively involved in developing international education programs, including innovative travel courses ranging from business and politics in the European Union, to economic development in Latin America where he has partnered with organizations involved in microfinance programs and research.  Jeff has also worked as a senior research associate at the University of Calgary examining regional economic integration in North America and Europe and the impact of international trade policy on Canada’s global competitiveness.  In addition to his academic career, Jeff has worked for over a decade as a business consultant in areas of strategic planning, marketing and organizational development for various corporate and non-profit clients.

Jeff holds an MBA in International Business from the University of Calgary and a BComm from the University of British Columbia.  His research at the Balsillie School of International Affairs focuses on international trade policy and regional integration, including Canada-EU economic relations and negotiations for the CETA and TTIP trade agreements.

Academic / Professional Awards

  • Balsillie Doctoral Fellowship, Wilfrid Laurier University, 2016
  • Campus Alberta Grant for International Learning, 2012, 2010
  • Social Sciences and Humanities Research Council (SSHRC) Research Grant, 2004-2005
  • Alberta Heritage Fund Graduate Student Scholarship, 2003-2004
TOPICS
EDUCATION
  • Master of Business Administration (MBA), University of Calgary, 2004
  • Bachelor of Commerce (BComm), University of British Columbia, 1994

Related Research Interests

See All Students
  • Photo of Skylar Brooks

    Skylar’s research interests coalesce around the global politics of money and finance, with particular focus on the international monetary system…

  • Picture of Aria Ilyad Ahmad

    Aria Ilyad Ahmad's research interests include global health governance and international pharmaceutical policy.

  • Picture of Irene Spagna

    Irene Spagna examines the regulation of OTC derivatives after the Global Financial Crisis.

  • Photo of Matthew Gaudreau

    Matt completed his MA at the University of Ottawa, examining the role of NGOs in producing and sharing ecological information…

2017-10-31T11:41:31+00:00August 30th, 2017|PhD Students|