Stephan Schott

Professor, Carleton University.  

Stephan Schott is a professor in the School of Public Policy and Administration at Carleton University, with a background in natural resource and environmental economics. He is currently a principal investigator on Arctic research projects on food security and sustainable fisheries, and mining, local business and human development.


Most Recent Posts

The changing face of economic development in the Canadian North

The changing face of economic development in the Canadian North

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August 16, 2016

The extraction of natural resources – oil, gas, minerals – has a central role in many Northern economies. But with dwindling interest in these industries in the Canadian Arctic, what might a post-extractive economy look like? Stephan Schott explains for OpenCanada and Arctic Deeply.