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EI Failed So We Made CERB: Now What Should We Learn?
Millennial Money: Financial Independence and Well-Being for the Next Generation
Dr. Jennifer Robson is an Associate Professor of Political Management at Carleton University where she teaches courses on public policy and research methods. She holds a PhD in public policy and degrees in political science and psychology and her research addresses social and tax policy, poverty in Canada and public administration. Prior to joining Carleton, she held a number of policy and research roles in the non-profit and public sectors in Canada. She was Director of Policy for the non-profit SEDI (now Prosper Canada) and worked in the federal public service. Jennifer has also served as a member of the Advisory Panel on Tax Expenditures to the Minister of Finance (2016) and was a member of the National Research Committee on Financial Literacy for the Financial Consumer Agency of Canada (2015 to 2018).
She is advising the new Public Policy Leadership Program.