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Logan Miller is a Masters student in the Global Governance Program at the Balsillie School of International Affairs. Logan is from Halifax, Nova Scotia. Before starting his Masters, Logan completed a Bachelor of Knowledge Integration also at UW. He has a wide range of academic interests including linguistics, economics, politics and anthropology. All of these interests help Logan to analyze the emerging economies in a global context. In his undergrad this culminated in his undergraduate thesis examining tariffs and industry growth in Ethiopia.

Logan has had several international experiences that have informed his research. In Germany, Logan worked as a student researcher who analyzed the economic effects of a European Union real estate policy. Logan also traveled to Israel for a study tour to better understand the Israel-Palestine conflict. Upon returning he wrote a research paper on the role of the Palestinian workers in Israel.

Outside of school Logan enjoys reading fiction, learning languages and surfing the beaches of Nova Scotia.

Academic / Professional Awards

  • C.D. Howe Memorial Foundation Scholarship for Excellence in International Trade
  • University of Waterloo President’s Scholarship of Distinction
  • University of Waterloo President’s International Experience Award
  • University of Waterloo Knowledge Integration Entrance Scholarship
TOPICS
RESEARCH
Global Political Economy / Waterloo Political Economy Group (WatPEG)
EDUCATION
  • Honours Bachelors of Knowledge Integration, 2014-2018, University of Waterloo

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