An expert on public economics and fiscal federalism, Dr. Snoddon's current research focuses on governments' fiscal behaviour and election outcomes.
Graeme Young is a postdoctoral fellow at the Balsillie School and a Visiting Researcher at the African Centre for Cities at the University of Cape Town, where he is serving as a Queen Elizabeth Scholar as part of the Hungry Cities Partnership.
Kaleigh Alyssa Campbell's research interests surround the political-economic arrangements that relate to the international trade of artworks and the development of national policies regarding the trade of cultural goods.
Dr. Vansteenkiste is a human geographer whose primary research interests include sustainable food systems, food security, community development, gendered governance, and international development in Haiti.
Kestrel is deeply interested in the responsiveness and adaptability of different economic systems during times of crisis, and in examining capitalism’s ability (or inability) to be “sustainable” and equitable.
Aaron's research examines the political economy of China's Belt and Road Initiative in the Caribbean with specific reference to extractive industry development in the aluminum and oil sectors of Jamaica and Guyana, respectively.