About Robin Shaban | Nicole Dalmer
Robin Shaban is an accomplished economist, policy analyst, and co-founder of Vivic Research, a firm leveraging data-driven research for social justice causes. Also, they established the Canadian Anti-Monopoly Project, a think tank addressing monopoly-induced issues in Canada. Recognized for their impactful contributions to Canadian competition policy and law, Robin is a 2021 recipient of the Globe and Mail’s Report on Business Changemaker’s Award. They hold an MA in Economics from Queen’s University, a BA (Hons) from the University of Alberta, and is pursuing a PhD at Carleton’s School of Public Policy and Administration.
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Nicole Dalmer, MLIS PhD, is an Assistant Professor with the Department of Health, Aging & Society at McMaster University and is an Associate Director of the Gilbrea Centre for Studies in Aging. Dr. Dalmer’s current work examines the impact of social and digital infrastructures on feelings of connectedness in later life while reflecting on questions of social status and social inequality that surround and shape aging and technology debates. In recognition of her research excellence, Nicole was awarded the Canadian Association on Gerontology’s New Investigator Award and McMaster University’s Faculty of Social Science Early Career Researcher Award, both in 2022.