Room 418G Tier Building
173 Dafoe Rd
University of Manitoba (Fort Garry campus)
Winnipeg, MB R3T 2N2 Canada
Dr. Sid Frankel's program of study focuses on poverty reduction policy, including basic income and the nonprofit sector. His research interests include:
Recent Winnipeg Free Press articles:
Pandemic hits Manitoba's poor hardest
Universal basic income offers stability during crisis
Dr. Frankel supervises numerous graduate-level students. Theses he has recently supervised include:
AMADI, D. (2021). Resilience in African female refugees and internally displaced persons (IDPs) living with mental health issues.
Hrabi, G. (2021). Access to care for acquired brain injury survivors: A critical qualitative inquiry.
Lavoie, R. (2021). Illuminating moral distress in social work: A grounded theory informed by critical realism.
Frankel's current memberships include:
Frankel, S. (2020). The Pandemic and Manitoba’s Non-Profit Sector: A Case of Insufficient and Misdirected Provincial Public Policy. In Rounce, A., Levasseur, K. (eds.) Covid-19 In Manitoba: Public Policy Responses to the First Wave. University of Manitoba Press.
Frankel S. (2020) Basic Income Advocacy in Canada: Multiple Streams, Experiments and the Road Ahead. In: Caputo R., Liu L. (eds) Political Activism and Basic Income Guarantee. Exploring the Basic Income Guarantee. Palgrave Macmillan, Cham. https://doi.org/10.1007/978-3-030-43904-0_8
Mulvale, J. P., & Frankel, S. (2019). Basic Income in Canada: Lessons Learned and Challenges Ahead. In Implementing a Basic Income in Australia (pp. 237-257). Palgrave Macmillan, Cham.
Frankel, S., & Levasseur, K. (2018). 9. A Patchwork of Funding Relationships in Manitoba: From Principal-Agent to Co-governance. In Funding Policies and the Nonprofit Sector in Western Canada (pp. 205-228). University of Toronto Press.