Joshua Zachariah

Alumni, Economist

Joshua is an Economist at the Brookfield Institute for Innovation + Entrepreneurship. His main research interests include understanding how the gains from the innovation economy can be broadly shared across social classes and minority groups. He is also interested in social networks in entrepreneurship, access to credit among disadvantaged groups and alternative business models. Joshua holds a Masters in Economics from the University of British Columbia and a Bachelor of Arts in Economics at the University of Guelph.

9 Contributions


Mar 22, 2022

An on-the-ground insights report on the state of technology adoption in Canada’s construction industry and what can be done to increase it
Laying Foundations: Technological Maturity in Canada’s Construction Sector

Feb 23, 2021

Using a wide array of data, we explore Canada’s inclusive innovation performance relative to international peers.
Inclusive Innovation Monitor: Tracking growth, inclusion, and distribution for a more prosperous and just society

Jul 24, 2020

In partnership, the Brookfield Institute and the Munk School’s Innovation Policy Lab present the first integrated framework to explore the relationship between innovation and inclusion in Canada
An Inclusive Innovative Monitor for Canada

May 29, 2020

How can we prepare Canadians for the future of work? Our new occupations and skills forecast explores how Canada’s labour market may evolve in the next decade.
Ahead by a Decade: Employment in 2030
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