CIP Initiative research proposal receives Kaniskha Project funding

Posted by on Mar 19, 2013 in News |

Public Safety Canada announced the second round of successful proposals for the Kanishka Project – a project dedicated to terrorism-related research. Kevin Quigley, associate professor and Director of the School of Public Administration, was awarded $104,000 over three years for a proposal to investigate complex regular risks and uncertain potentially catastrophic risks in the transportation, agriculture and manufacturing (dangerous...

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Modelling Supply Chain Resilience

Posted by on Feb 7, 2013 in News |

Mouhamad Shaker Ali Agha is joining us at Dalhousie for the next four months to study agriculture supply chain in the Atlantic Provinces. Shaker is a PhD candidate at the University of Strathclyde in Glasgow. He studies operations management with a specialty in supply chain management. Below is a brief description of Shaker’s research. The resilience of supply networks to catastrophic events has received increased prominence following the...

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