Senada Delic holds a Bachelor’s Degree in Economics and Business (concentration in finance) and a Master’s Degree in Public Policy, from Simon Fraser University. She began her Ph.D. studies at Carleton University in the Fall 2006 and is expected to complete her dissertation in the Fall 2011.
Her research focuses mainly on social and labour market polices and her approach encompasses mixed research methods. She has published in academic journals and books and presented her findings at national and international conferences and scholarly meetings.
In her doctoral dissertation, she is investigating the link between Aboriginal identity and economic success in the Canadian labour market. Her research has been funded by the SSHRC Doctoral Fellowship, Statistics Canada Fellowship, OGS and other Doctoral Scholarships. In the past three years, she has served as an Associate Editor for the Public Policy & Governance Review (University of Toronto) and the International Journal of Diversity in Organisation, Communities and Nations.