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Braeden Larson is a Research Associate with the Extractive Resource Governance Program (ERGP) at the School of Public Policy. Within the ERGP, Braeden’s research focuses on the “Where in the World are Canadian Oil & Gas Companies?” project where he is currently collecting data for the 2017 fiscal year. Along with the “Where in the World” project, Braeden is working on the “Why in the World” research paper, which will provide an econometric analysis of the “Where in the World” data. He is a contributing researcher to the ERGP’s Mexico Project, developing a technology landscape map model for the country’s oil and gas industry. Braeden holds a Master’s of Public Policy from the University of Calgary. He authored a Capstone comparing BC’s natural gas and natural gas liquids royalty regimes to the Alberta Modern Royalty Framework to determine how competitive BC’s royalty regimes are at attracting investment in different market conditions. From Acadia University, Braeden holds a Bachelor of Arts with Honours in Politics.