Iryna Khovrenkov

Biographie

Iryna Khovrenkov est une économiste avec un intérêt pour la recherche sur les fondations philanthropiques et le don de bienfaisance, la finance sociale et la microéconomie appliquée. Iryna est la co-récipiendaire de plusieurs subventions de recherche CRSH. Elle enseigne les cours d’économie centraux au Johnson Shoyoma Graduate School of Public Policy et est responsable de programme du certificat en Nonprofit Management à la même école. Iryna est membre du PhiLab depuis 2014.  

Publications

Publications référées

Khovrenkov, Iryna. 2019. “Does Foundation Giving Stimulate or Suppress Private Giving? Evidence from a Panel of Canadian Charities.” Public Finance Review, 47(2): 382-408

Khovrenkov, Iryna. 2017. “Uncovering Research Potential of Administrative Data on Charitable Foundations in Canada.Canadian Journal of Nonprofit and Social Economy Research 8(2): 24-39

Khovrenkov, Iryna. 2016. “Size-Based Analysis of Charitable Foundations: New Evidence from Canadian Data.” Canadian Public Policy 42(3): 337-349.

Kryvoruchko, Iryna. 2015. “Russia’s Flat Tax Reform: Redefining its Effects on Employment.” Post-Communist Economies 27(2): 188-204.

Kryvoruchko, Iryna and Ken Rasmussen. 2014. “How Foundations Spend: Is 3.5% Asset Disbursement Rate a Good Public Policy on Giving?” In How Ottawa Spends 2013-2014, edited by G. Bruce Doern and Christopher Stoney. Montreal: McGill-Queen’s University Press.

Autres Publications

Khovrenkov, Iryna and Cindy Kobayashi. 2018. “Myths and Reality of Social Impact Bonds: Assessing their Movement in Canada” Policy Brief, Johnson Shoyama Graduate School of Public Policy (January, 2018).

Khovrenkov, Iryna and Sylvain Lefèvre. 2017. “Regards Croisés sur la Classification des Fondations: entre Catégories Formelles et Constructions Théoriques.” In Les Foundations Philanthripiques: de Nouveaux Acteurs Politiques?, edited by Jean-Marc Fontan, Peter Elson and Sylvain Lefèvre. Montreal:  Presses de l’Université du Québec.

Khovrenkov, Iryna and Lynn Gidluck. 2016. “Making Connections with Grantmaking Foundations: Lessons Learned in Regina,” blog post, Montreal Research Laboratory on Canadian Philanthropy.

Prix et distinctions

  • SSHRC Partnership Grant (Co-Applicant), $2.5M, 2018-2024
  • SSHRC Insight Grant (Co-Applicant), $211,361, 2018-2022
  • SSHRC Partnership Development Grant (Co-Applicant), $198,300, 2014-2017
  • SSHRC General Research Grant (Principal Investigator), University of Regina, $5,000, 2014-2017

Divers

Je suis une lectrice dévouée de mémoires et de biographies.