Ian Hussey began his work as a research manager at the University of Alberta’s Parkland Institute in 2014, and he earned a career appointment in 2019. He is a steering committee member of the Corporate Mapping Project, a seven-year initiative supported by the Social Science and Humanities Research Council of Canada (SSHRC) and focused on the oil, gas, and coal industries in Western Canada (2015-2022). Ian is the author of "Job Creation or Job Loss? Big Companies Use Tax Cut to Automate Away Jobs in the Oil Sands" (Parkland Institute, 2022), and of “The Future of Alberta’s Oil Sands Industry: More Production, Less Capital, Fewer Jobs” (Parkland Institute, 2020). He is the co-author with Emma Jackson of “Alberta’s Coal Phase-Out: A Just Transition?” (Parkland Institute, 2019).