PhD (New School for Social Research)
Department of Economics and Labour Studies Program
Phone: (204) 474-9057
Department of Economics
University of Manitoba
517 Fletcher Argue Building
15 Chancellors Circle
Winnipeg, Manitoba R3T 5V5
The Social Economy and Community Economic Development
Poverty and Inequality
(2019) with John Loxley, Public-private partnerships, social impact bonds and the erosion of the state in Canada. Studies in Political Economy. In press.
(2018) with Jennifer Keith. Air services for all Manitobans: Assessing the rationale for privatizing Manitoba Government Air Services. Winnipeg, Canada: Manitoba Government Employees Union.
(2017) with Josh Brandon & Michael Mendelson. What does an actual housing allowance look like? Manitoba’s Rent Assist program. Toronto: Caledon Institute for Social Policy.
(2017) with Lynne Fernandez & James Langridge. A family living wage for Manitoba: 2016-17 update. Winnipeg: Canadian Centre for Policy Alternatives.
(2017) with Zac Saltis. Impact of tuition fees on enrollment, graduate career choice, and other select topics in tertiary education finance and administration. Winnipeg: Breakwater Group.
(2009) Home-ownership for low-income households: Outcomes for families and communities. Winnipeg: Canadian Centre for Policy Alternatives - Manitoba.
(2009) Should the City Of Winnipeg create a municipal corporate utility and use public private partnerships to build new wastewater treatment infrastructure?: Submission to the City of Winnipeg Executive Policy Committee July 15, 2009. Winnipeg: Canadian Centre for Policy Alternatives-Manitoba.
(2009) with Brendan Reimer, Dan Simpson & John Loxley. The importance of policy for community economic development - A case study of the Manitoba context. Saskatoon: Centre for the Study of Co-operatives.
(2009) with Tim Richards, Marcy Cohen, Seth Klein and Deborah Littman (2009). The view from here: How a living wage can reduce poverty in Manitoba. Winnipeg: Canadian Centre for Policy Alternatives - Manitoba.
(2008) with Betty Braaksma, Marianne Cerilli, Lynne Fernandez, George Harris, Ian Hudson, Bob Kury, Dennis Lewycky, Lindsey McBain and Tom Simms. Two visions, two cities (Parts 1 and 2): A citizen's guide to understanding Winnipeg's city budgets. Winnipeg: Canadian Centre for Policy Alternatives - Manitoba.
(2008) with Liz Carlyle, Marianne Cerilli, Sarah Cooper, Lynne Fernandez, Ian Hudson, Shauna MacKinnon, Lindsey McBain, Brendan Reimer and Tom Simms. Alternative municipal budget for Winnipeg, 2009: Two visions, two cities. Winnipeg: Canadian Centre for Policy Alternatives - Manitoba.
Department of Economics
501 Fletcher Argue Building
University of Manitoba, Winnipeg, MB R3T 5V5 Canada