Three UQAM-ESG professors obtain a grant over one million dollars

Three professors from UQAM’s School of Management obtained a grant over one million dollars from the Canadian International Development Agency (CIDA) for their project: “Quartiers précaires et développement urbain durable en Haïti”. The awarded professors are Paul-Martel Roy, affiliate professor of the Department of Economics and associate member of CIRPÉE-UQAM, as well as Paul Bodson and Jean Goulet of the Department of Urban and Tourist Studies. The project is a partnership between UQAM’s School of Management, l’Université Quisqueya (UNIQ) of Port-au-Prince and the ‘Groupe de recherche et d’échanges technologiques (GRET)’ of Haïti, and will be headed by Paul-Martel Roy and Jean Goulet. The grant will be managed by CIRPÉE-UQAM.

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