My main areas of research are markets and economics, particularly in their application to new product/market development for Canadian wood products, both in North America and internationally. This includes primary and secondary wood products, and end-uses spanning residential and non residential construction, repair and renovation, and industrial applications. Product and market focus also includes engagement with Aboriginal communities, small-medium enterprises, emerging engineered wood products / systems, and further value-adding products.
- Vibrant Forest Landscapes: 2020 – 2023 (SSHRC)
- Exploring the Power of Indigenous Art as a Catalyst for Linking Economic Growth to Sustainable Landscapes (SSHRC New Frontiers)
- Modelling the Economic Impact of Resilient Planting Stocks and Wood Quality (ResFor / Genome Alberta)
- Opening Doors—Indigenous Capacity Building on the BC Coast (FPI, UBC, ECUAD)
- Achieving Aspirations of Canadian Indigenous Communities Through Participatory Cultural Mapping and Dynamic Decision Modelling (MITACS)
- Matching Market Signals to the Canadian Wood Products Value Chain (NSERC-FIBRE)
- Global Hardwood Trends and Impacts: a Focus on India (FII)
- Architectural Element Trends in North American Non-residential Construction (FPI)
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