Latest Research: Student Research

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Reach Alliance in Stanford Social Innovation Review: How to Deliver Cash Transfer Programs More Effectively to Hard-to-Reach Populations

August 12, 2021

  Cash transfer programs often struggle to reach those most in need. In this investigation of four programs across Brazil, Ethiopia, Jordan, and Palestine, Reach Alliance researchers Marin MacLeod, Sydney Piggott, Joudy Sarraj & Nicoli Dos Santos Stiller explore five features that lead to...

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The Implications of Self-Directed Home Care in Ontario: A Case Study on Gotcare Services

June 18, 2020

Canada faces a shortage of home care options that will intensify as the proportion of older adults in the country continues to increase—especially in rural and remote regions. In Ontario, the number of older adults (>65) is expected to grow...

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Canada’s Innovation Agenda: The same old story? Or a new way forward?

March 1, 2017

In this article, Master of Global Affairs candidate Alessandra Jenkins reflects on Canada’s innovation agenda and the current state of innovation policy. Read the article

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NATO’s Southern Flank Does Not Stop in North Africa: Addressing Terrorism Beyond the Sahel

February 17, 2016

With the self-proclaimed Islamic State (IS) wreaking terrorist havoc across Syria, Iraq and into Europe, this research paper by MGA student Meghan J King considers the implications of the movement’s reach deep into Africa with its 2015 merger with Nigeria-based Boko...

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Untangling the Spirit of Han on the Korean Peninsula & the Future of Trustpolitik

September 1, 2015

Tina J. Park is a doctoral fellow at the Asian Institute specializing in Canadian-Korean relations and executive director of the Canadian Centre for the Responsibility to Protect. Co-Authored By: Tina J. Park There is something especially noteworthy in how the...

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Mieka Buckley-Pearson (MGA’17) and Kathleen Gnocato (MGA’14) on local investment for long-term energy solutions in Nepal

June 1, 2015

MGA student Mieka Buckley-Pearson and MGA alumna Kathleen Gnocato write for the Mars Advanced Energy Centre on the need for local long-term energy solutions for Nepal.

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Victoria Heath (MGA’16) for Canada’s need of a outer space security strategy

May 14, 2015

MGA’16 student Victoria Heath writes on the economic, civilian and military importance of Canada increasing its engagement in outer space issues.

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Private Regulation: A Viable Alternative for Global Governance?

April 21, 2015

SUMMARY FROM THE REPORT Appeared in: Public Policy & Governance Spring 2015 (Volume 6, Issue 2) AUTHOR: Steven Lampert Free-riding and coordination issues have largely impeded traditional forms of global governance from enforcing standards and engendering change across policy areas. This paper...

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Increased Policy Focus on International Students Credit Positive for Canadian Universities

September 10, 2014

During her internship with Moody’s Investor Service, MGA student Salma Hassanein published a report on the pursuit of foreign enrollment in Canada’s higher education sector.

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Gap Analysis & Stakeholder Engagement Report for the Egmont Group of Financial Intelligence Units

June 19, 2014

Money laundering and the financing of terrorism are global, borderless crimes. An effective response to such crimes can only be achieved through a strong and interconnected global network of vested stakeholders.

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