About

Academic funding to support the work of the Gen Squeeze Lab comes in two main forms: (1) academic grants from e.g. the Social Sciences and Humanities Research Council, and (2) from time allocated by Dr. Paul Kershaw as part of his research, teaching and community engagement responsibilities as a tenured professor at the University of British Columbia.

Funding

Our current academic funding is in the form of:

  • Time allocated by Dr. Paul Kershaw as part of his research, teaching and community engagement responsibilities as a tenured professor at the University of British Columbia.

  • Some of Dr. Kershaw's time is allocated to his participation, and through him Gen Squeeze's participation, in UBC's Housing Research Collaborative, which is a separate initiative with its own funding streams.

  • A grant from the Social Sciences and Humanities Research Council ($84,692 through March 31 2021), to support our "Budgeting for All Generations" research into age distributions in Canadian public finance.
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