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Imran Abdool

person paying for groceries in storeCanada’s K-shaped recovery is deepening the lines between rich and poor, two UWindsor professors write in the Toronto Star.

Profs tout solutions to address income inequality

Canada’s K-shaped recovery is deepening the lines between rich and poor, two UWindsor professors write in the Toronto Star.

Doctor and nurse escorting hospital patient through hallwayA sovereign wealth fund will create long-term and predictable funding for the Canadian health care system, says UWindsor economics and business instructor Imran Abdool.

Opinion piece calls for health care investment

A sovereign wealth fund will create long-term and predictable funding for the Canadian health care system, says Imran Abdool.

Gloved hands handling hazardous materialPolicy-makers must heed the lessons offered by the COVID-19 pandemic, says a UWindsor instructor of business and economics.

Instructor draws lessons from pandemic preparation

Policy-makers must heed the lessons offered by the COVID-19 pandemic, says a UWindsor instructor of business and economics.

The leaders of the Commonwealth of Nations are pictured during the 2015 Commonwealth Heads of Government Meeting. (Photo courtesy of Commonwealth Secretariat/UWindsor)The leaders of the Commonwealth of Nations are pictured during the 2015 Commonwealth Heads of Government Meeting. (Photo courtesy of Commonwealth Secretariat/UWindsor)

Look to the Commonwealth for international trade agreement, pen UWindsor profs

With the future of international trade travelling a precarious path, a pair of UWindsor professors are recommending that Canada looks “to the Commonwealth" for an economic solution.

The Faculty of English's Richard Douglass-Chin and Odette School of Business' Imran Abdool co-authored an article with Kal Juman for Policy Options magazine.

The magazine is considered Canada’s “premier public policy magazine.”