University of Calgary

P. L. Josephine Smart

  • Professor

Research Interests

Josephine Smart received a Distinguished Research Award (U of Calgary) in 2006 and a Distinguished Teacher Award (U of Calgary) in 2000.  Her research and teaching interests are economic anthropology, food and emergent infectious diseases, Bovine Spongiform Encephalopathy and social-economic impact in Canada, social and economic development in post-1978 China, Chinese international migration, globalization, immigrant entrepreneurs, and the international mobility of capital and labour. Her most recent research is a SSHRC funded project (2009-2013) "A comparative study of the political economy of farming policies in Canada and China."

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