Our alumni have completed their theses, research projects, and dissertations on a wide range of issues that are essential to us as a society today. Many have established themselves in a career that helps influence positive change in the private and public sectors.
Read their individual stories, learn how their degree in Political Economy advanced their careers, and why they recommend studying at Carleton University!
Political economy of internet governance, data transparency and privacy, security and surveillance
Environmental politics, urban geography, feminist perspectives on war and conflict, realism in international relations, economic anthropology, African studies, critical theory
Economic growth in East Asia during the late 20th century, social movements, labour
Intergenerational poverty in the Global South, poverty alleviation programs, Mexico
Critical Labour Studies, Marxism/Marxist Geography, and the Sociology of Work
Power relations in environmental politics, environmental justice, labour, low-carbon economies
democratic antinomies in Canada, structural barriers to public participation within the institutions of representative democracy.
Relationships between Indigenous and non-Indigenous peoples, postcolonial studies, critical race theory, Canadian life and identity
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