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EPP researcher releases new book

Manfred Elfstrom, assistant professor of political science in the Department of Economics, Philosophy and Political Science, has written a new book, titled Workers and Change in China: Resistance, Repression, Responsiveness. In the book, which is published by Cambridge University Press, Elfstrom asks why the Chinese party-state is addressing a number of worker grievances while at the […]

Student News: Applying For Your Student UBCcard online

All students must have a UBCcard that they must provide when requested by their instructors, typically during tests and exams. Student can apply for both a physical and a virtual UBCCard.

Profile: Roger W. Gale

Profile: Roger W. Gale

Learn more about how Roger Gale is helping students through a wide range of student scholarships at UBC Okanagan.

Profile: Doug Owram

Profile: Doug Owram

Former Deputy Vice-Chancellor encourages students to study Political Science, Economics and History.

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Profile: David Chatterson

Former Ambassador now teaching at UBC Okanagan.

Profile: Brian Murphy

Profile: Brian Murphy

Brian Murphy is an immigrant from Ireland, a proud permanent resident in Canada and winner of the 2020 Josef Zagrodney Prize.

Expert Q&A: Economics and its gender problem

Expert Q&A: Economics and its gender problem

UBC Economics professor says discipline needs more women When UBC’s Mohsen Javdani embarked on a recent research project, his main goal was to study the influence of ideological bias among economists. In what he describes as an important by-product of the research, conducted in collaboration with Ha-Joon Chang at Cambridge University, they not only discovered […]