Shelley Phipps

Professor of Economics, Dalhousie University


Shelley Phipps is the Maxwell Professor of Economics at Dalhousie University. Her research focuses on the health and well-being of Canadian children, the economic vulnerability of Canadian families with children, and international comparison of public policies to reduce poverty and inequality experienced by children.


Evaluating Bold Policy Proposals - Children and psychosocial skills
May 14, 2021
10:00 AM - 11:50 PM
Panel presentations and live discussion with wellbeing research, policy and practice leaders to propose and assess the feasibility of specific bold, cost-effective, evidence-based and impactful policies for wellbeing.
Sarah Flèche
Assistant Professor at Aix-Marseille School of Economics, Research Associate at the Well-Being Observatory (CEPREMAP) and LSE Centre for Economic Performance
Shelley Phipps
Professor of Economics, Dalhousie University
Prof Lord Richard Layard
Member of the House of Lords, Professor and Founder-Director of LSE’s Centre for Economic Performance and Co-director of the Centre’s program on Community Wellbeing
Nora Spinks
Chief Executive Officer, Vanier Institute of the Family
Lisa Wolff
Director, Policy and Research / Directrice des politiques et de l’éducation, UNICEF Canada
Margo Greenwood
Academic Leader, National Collaborating Centre for Indigenous Health
Mary Bartram
Policy Director, Mental Health Commission of Canada & Adjunct Professor, Carleton University