The 2019-2020 annual report of the Libro Professor of Regional Economic Development is now available! The past year has been exciting, with many activities, outputs, and achievements. The Libro Professorship engaged in teaching in regional planning and economic development, mentoring graduate students, connecting with communities and businesses, and conducting research. Through the Libro Professorship, a number of critical topics for the long- term prosperity of our communities are being examined, including local economic development, immigration, workforce development, place-based development, non-profit organizations and charities, and migrant agricultural workers.
This fourth annual report of the Libro Professorship, provides a snapshot of the activities for the past year. Further information about specific research initiatives, graduate students, and outputs can be found on the www.ruraldev.ca website.