Clement Nocos (he/him/il/lui) is the Broadbent Institute’s Director of Policy and Stakeholder Relations, working with the Broadbent Fellows network to build policy agendas that support progressive change.
Before joining the Institute, Clem was a policy analyst for the federal government, and has previous experience working on progressive campaigns and in international affairs. As a political economist, he is interested in how varied institutional arrangements between states and markets produce different social, economic, and political outcomes. Clem’s writing and analysis has previously appeared in GQ, The Globe and Mail, and Canadian Dimension.
He holds a dual Master of Public Policy from the Hertie School in Berlin, Germany and the University of Tokyo Graduate School of Public Policy in Japan, as well as B.A. in History, Political Science and Sociology from the University of Toronto.