Dr. Shashi Kant: Research Grants

MScSM Program DirectorShashi Kant

Professor, Forest Economies and Management

Institute for Management and Innovation
University of Toronto Mississauga
Innovation Complex, 3359 Mississauga Road, Ontario, L5L1C6
Phone: 905-569-5739

Faculty of Forestry, University of Toronto
33 Willcocks Street, Toronto, Ontario. M5S 3B3Class of 2019
Phone: 416-978-6196  

E-mail: shashi.kant@utoronto.ca

Shashi's full CV can be found here

 

Research Grants

Total grants received are about $3.1 million; it is equal to average annual grant of $155,000

 

Date Recieved       

Amount

Project Name, Funding Agency and Nature of Grant

2013-18   

Can$230,000  

Bifurcation and Game Theoretic Models for Sustainable Forest Management and Natural Science and Engineering Research Council (NSERC), Individual Grant.
2011-15 Can$133,397 Environmental preferences and sustainable forest management: a comparative analysis. Social Science and Humanities Research Council (Principal Investigator – Group Project)
2014-15 Can$42,500 Detailing the Forest Resource Biomass for Industry Advancement Natural Resource Canada
2014-15 Can$4,600 Game Theoretic Modeling of Joint Forest Management in India Mitacs
2014-15 Can$6,000 Environmental Values of Students in Ontario SSHRC Student Award (University Internal)
2007-13 Can$132,000 Multi-agent Modelling of Forest Management in Ontario Natural Science and Engineering Research Council (NSERC) (Individual Grant)
2004-12 Can$100,000 Economics of Sustainable Forest Management: Social Choice and Agent-Based Approach Ministry of Science and Technology, Ontario, Canada (Individual Grant)
2009-10    Can$20,000 Incentive Mechanisms for the Provision of Ecosystem Services in Southern Ontario Social Science and Humanities Research Council Community University Research Alliance – Environmental Issues Special Call (Principal Investigator – Group Project)
2008-9 Can$30,000 Community-based Management for Carbon Sequestration and Ecological Services in China and Canada SSHRC and IDRC (International Community-University Research Alliance) (Co-Investigator – Group Project)
2007-9 Can$160,000 Economics of Aboriginal Land Use Sustainable Forest Management Network, Edmonton (SFMN was one of the National Centres of Excellence (NCE) funded by NSERC and SSHRC) (Principal Investigator – Group Project)
2007-10 Can$225,000 Evaluating the Ecological, Economic, and Social Trade-offs of Managing for various Plants and Other NTFPs (Co-Investigator, Group Project)
2007-10 Can$75,000 Silviculture Effectiveness and Consequences of Using Vegetation Management Alternatives in Boreal and Temperate Coniferous Forests: A Synthesis Ontario Ministry of Natural Resources (Co-Investigator - Group Grant)
2006-09 Can$570,000 Market and Institutional Structures, Economic Welfare, and the Global Competitiveness of the Canadian Forest Industry; Sustainable Forest Management Network, Edmonton (Principal Investigator - Group Grant)
2005-08 Can$472,000 A Participatory Approach to Aboriginal Tenure Reform in
Canada Sustainable Forest Management Network, Edmonton, (Co-Investigator - Group Grant)
2005-06 US$60,000 Developing a Comprehensive Understanding of Environment for Development United Nations Environment Program, Washington DC (Individual Grant)
2002-03 US$50,000 A Global Assessment of Protected Areas on International Boundaries United Nations Environment Programmes, Nairobi, Kenya (Individual Grant)
2003-06 Can$68,000 Sustainable Forest Management through Co-management in Northern Ontario (Phase II): Northern Boreal Initiative. Sustainable Forest Management Network, Edmonton (Individual Grant)
2002-06 Can$76,000 Forest-level Modelling for Sustainable Management of Uneven- aged Hardwood Forests Natural Sciences and Engineering Research Council (NSERC) (Individual Grant)
2001-04 Can$79,000 Public Participation through Local Citizens Committees in North-western Ontario Sustainable Forest Management Network (SFMN), Edmonton (Individual Grant)
2001-04 Can$126,000 Sustainable Forest Management through Co-management in North-western Ontario. CFS/NSERC/SSHRC Partnership Program (Individual Grant)
2001-02 Can$25,000 International Workshop on Natural Capital, Poverty, and
Development. The Canadian International Development Agency (CIDA) (Conference Grant)
2001-02 US$15,000 Organizational Inertia in the Forest Department of India
Ford Foundation, New Delhi, India (Individual Grant)
2000-03 Can$120,000 Sustainable Forest Management through Co-management in North-western Ontario. Sustainable Forest Management Network (SFMN), Edmonton, (Principal Investigator - Group Grant)
2000-03 Can$31,000 Sustainable Forest Management through Co-management in North-western Ontario. Bowater, Weyerhaeuser, and KBM (Principal Investigator - Group Grant)
1999-02 Can$44,000 Derived Supply Curves of Biodiversity of Uneven-aged Forests of the Great Lakes-St. Lawrence Region of Ontario. Social Science and Humanities Research Council (SSHRC) (Individual Grant)
1998-02 Can$70,000 Stochastic modelling for sustainable management of uneven-aged forests. Natural Sciences and Engineering Research Council (NSERC) (Individual Grant)
1998-01 Can$30,000 Valuation of biodiversity in the Great Lakes- St. Lawrence forests of Ontario. Connaught New Staff Matching Grants, University of Toronto (Individual Grant)
1999-00 Can$10,000 Incorporating aboriginal perspective in forestry curricula: building on experience and relationships with First Nation communities
University of Toronto, Toronto (Individual Grant)
1998-00 US$18,228 A comparative study of bamboo institutions and production to consumption systems in China and India. International Network for Bamboo and Rattan (INBAR), Beijing, China (Individual Grant)
1998-99 Can$2,557 Local institutions and sustainable development of local communities. (Vice-President's SSHRC Fund) (Individual Grant)
1997-98 Can$3,645 Local institutions and economic reform for the development
of Aboriginal communities (A comparative study of India and
Canada) Shastri Indo-Canadian Institute, Alberta. Individual Grant)
1994-96 US$18,000 Joint forest management: some economic issues. Ford Foundation, New Delhi, India. (Individual Grant)
1993-95 US$15,000 Role of wild biological resources in economic development of local communities. Biodiversity Support Program, Washington, D.C. (Individual Grant)