Fiscal and Economic Policy Research Programs
This work at the School of Public Policy evaluates fiscal and regulatory policies of the federal, provincial and municipal governments and proposes alternatives that improve the lives of Canadians. The research programs cover a wide range of issues including taxation, income inequality, public sector deficits and debt, productivity, financial market regulation, livable cities and economic diversification. Learn more.
Strategy and Global Management
Through the Haskayne School of Business, The Strategy and Global Management academic area is a hub for research in business strategy, international business, corporate governance and ethics. Faculty members regularly publish in top management, strategy, international business, political economy and entrepreneurship journals, are actively engaged with the global academic community, and bring state-of-the art research to Haskayne. Learn more.
Teaching, Learning and Student Experience
Haskayne and Mitacs Collaboration Provides Real-World Experience to Students
Haskayne School of Business and Mitacs collaborate to help businesses adapt to new economic realities. The Mitacs Business Strategy Internship program provides real-world experience and career connections for students, while at the same time supporting businesses and non-profits to adapt their operations to the new economic realities resulting from the COVID-19 pandemic. Learn more.
A global movement for international business education
The X- Culture symposium, which came to Calgary in 2019, brought together teams from all over the world to one location for a week of learning. Students had the opportunity to address local business problems, learn about our key economic drivers, explore our city and country’s culture, get to know their peers and spend time working on their professional development. Learn more.