Programmes de Recherche
- Labour Force Analysis
- Forestry Papers
- Elliot Lake Tracking Study
- Elliot Lake Adjustment Study
- An Architecture School for Northern Ontario
- Councillor’s Toolkit
David Robinson, Ph.D.
Président du Comité consultatif de rédaction, Sudbury Mining Solutions
Frank Stark, Ph.D.
Analyste des politiques
Sean O'Hagan, Ph.D.
Professeur agrégé, Université Nipissing
Chargée de cours, Université Laurentienne
Heather Hall, M.A., B.A.,
Candidate au doctorat
Robert Segsworth, Ph.D.
Directeur, Centre d’étude du gouvernement local, Université Laurentienne
Ron Lange, Ph.D.
Professeur de science économique, Université Laurentienne
Working Paper Series
The INORD Working Paper Series provides access to research on local economic and social development
Industrial Design Needs in the Mining Equipment Sector: a Preliminary Report
S. Gravel, d. Robinson
Art Arts, Economics and the Boreal Shield: A possible research program
K. Robinson, D. Robinson
Social Innovation as a Discipline: Agency and Scale
K. Robinson, D. Robinson
What Do Successful Communities Do?
The Science of community forestry PART III: Problems with the Ontario Tenure System(PDF)
The Science of community forestry PART II: The Simple Theory of Forests with Joint Products
NATURAL RESOURCE MANAGEMENT THE COMMUNITY WAY
Speaking for Ourselves: A Colombia – Canada Research Collaborations.
G. Broad, J. Agustin Reyes
The Elementary Economics of Forest Tenure
Assisting Business Start-ups in Northeastern Ontario: A Collaborative Approach
R. LeBrasseur, JT. Zinger
J. Keck, M. Powell
BACK TO THE FUTURE: Is Canada becoming a Hewer of Wood and an Drawer of Water Again? The Jennifer Keck Lecture on Social Justice.
INORD makes available presentation given by INORD associates on issues related to economic and social development in Northern Ontario
The Walter Gretsky Effect: Sudbury's Prospects in 2005. Dr. David Robinson discusses Sudbury's prospects in 2005. This is a powerpoint presentation for an Economics Department Seminar at Laurentian January 31, revised 2005. It is a version of the presentation given to Annual Sudbury Chamber of Commerce Outlook Luncheon, December 10, 2005
A New Northern Enlightenment Speech to the annual General Meeting of the Northeastern Ontario Chamber of Commerce, November 9, 2002, by Dr. David Robinson of Laurentian University's Department of Economics.
Cluster evolution: from “in itself” to “for itself”: Observations from Sudbury’s Mining Supply and Service Cluster. Prepared for the Annual Conference of the Innovations Systems Research Network, Vancouver, May 11-13, 2004David Robinson, Laurentian University May, David Robinson, Laurentian University May, 2004
Presented to Ontario Association of Community Futures Development Corporations Inc.(OACFDC) June 13, 2003
The Dog that Didn't Bark
Report on the Sudbury Economy, October 2001
Adventitious Adjectival Ambiguity: Deconstructing Social Capital Definitions. Presented to the CRSA Annual Meetings Laval University, May 2001
D. Wilkinson, F. Galipeau-Belair
A Plethora of Social Capitals. Presented to the New Rural Economy Spring Workshop. Mount Allison 2001,
Presented to the Ontario Good Roads Assoc./Rural Ontario Municipalities Assoc. Conference