Looking forward, 2024 looks to be an eventful year in global and domestic politics and economics and Carleton experts are available to discuss what we have to look forward to in the year ahead.

If you are interested in speaking with the experts below, please feel free to reach out to them directly. If you require other assistance, please email Steven Reid, Media Relations Officer, at steven.reid3@carleton.ca.

For other experts, please visit the Carleton Experts Database: https://experts.carleton.ca/

David Carment
Professor, Norman Paterson School of International Affairs at Carleton University

Email: David.Carment@carleton.ca

Carment is available to discuss Canadian foreign policy in the year ahead, including the war in Ukraine, Canada-US relations, and Canada-China relations.

For more information on Carment visit: https://experts.carleton.ca/david-carment.

Vivek Dehejia
Professor, Department of Economics at Carleton University

Email: vivek.dehejia@carleton.ca

Dehejia is available to discuss the year ahead for the Canadian and global economy.

His fields of research include international trade, international economic development, and international macroeconomics.

For more information on Dehejia visit: https://experts.carleton.ca/vivek-h-dehejia.

Melissa Haussman
Professor, Department of Political Science at Carleton University

Email: melissa.haussman@carleton.ca

Hausman is available to discuss the year ahead in American politics.

Haussman, an American, teaches United States and comparative North American political science. She is a former legislative aide in the Massachusetts Legislature, elected town meeting member in Massachusetts and has worked on various U.S. election campaigns. She has published six books on comparative political institutions and policy in the U.S. and other countries and will be publishing a textbook on American politics with Stephen Brooks and Don Abelson.

Haussman regularly speaks to the media on topics related to American elections and politics.

For more information on Haussman visit: https://experts.carleton.ca/melissa-haussman

Jonathan Malloy
Professor, Department of Political Science at Carleton University

Email: jonathan.malloy@carleton.ca

Malloy is available to discuss the year ahead in Canadian politics. Malloy’s key areas of research include Canadian political institutions, parliamentary committees and prime ministerial leadership. He is available to discuss the overall changes to the cabinet.

For more information on Malloy visit: https://experts.carleton.ca/jonathan-malloy.

Jeremy Paltiel
Professor, Department of Political Science at Carleton University

Email: jeremy.paltiel@carleton.ca

Paltiel’s areas of expertise include the politics, government and foreign policies of Asia (China and Japan), development politics and Canada–China relations. Paltiel is available to discuss what the year ahead holds for China and Chinese-Canadian relations.

More information on Paltiel visit: https://experts.carleton.ca/jeremy-paltiel.

Elliot Tepper
Professor, Department of Political Science at Carleton University

Email: e_tepper@carleton.ca

Tepper is available to discuss the year a head in global and Canadian politics.

Tepper is a professor of comparative politics and international relations. He regularly provides media commentary at home and abroad on a wide range of topics, providing context and deep background to the news stories of the day. Tepper’s areas of expertise include American politics, diversity issues in Canada, geopolitics, immigration, and multiculturalism.

For more information on Tepper visit: https://experts.carleton.ca/elliot-tepper.

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