Research Associate, School of Public Policy, University of Calgary
economics, basic income, personal taxes and tax benefits, income and social supports, provincial welfare programs, vulnerable and marginalized groups, intersectionality and income support programs, transition from CERB to EI
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Gillian Petit is a Research Associate at the School of Public Policy in the Fiscal and Economic Policy division. She is currently a PhD Candidate at the University of Calgary in the Department of Economics, holds a Masters in Economics, and a Juris Doctorate from Queen’s University. Her current research focuses on income supports and tax policy for low-income persons and other marginalized persons in Canada. Her past research includes applied economics research in the economics of legal institutions and on taxation.