Ousmane’s research will explore the role of identity and legitimacy in the collaboration between the United Nations and Regional Economic Communities in peacekeeping/peacebuilding operations.
Dr. Wigle has published widely on topics in the areas of international trade policy and environmental economics. His recent work has focused on Canadian climate policy, especially the linkages between federal and provincial action.
Chris Earle's broader research interests are in anti-corruption, human security and the global arms trade; while his technical interests are in big data, machine learning, and econometrics.
Tobi Ogundele's current research interest is in exploring and understanding the interconnectedness and effect of health, migration and global governance policies that shape migrants’ livelihoods within their social perimeter, including origin and destination countries.