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Canadian Economics Employment Exchange: 9-10 December 2016, Toronto:
The Canadian Economics Employment Exchange (CEEE) will be on Friday December 9 and Saturday, December 10 at the Park Hyatt Hotel (Yorkville) at 4 Avenue Road, Toronto, Ontario, M5R 2E8. The purpose of the CEEE is to facilitate the search of Canadian PhD candidates who are seeking employment and of the Canadian organizations who may be interested in hiring these candidates.
Interviews are arranged prior to the CEEE. Both candidates and organizations should schedule their interviews before the CEEE by directly contacting each other. Information on the available candidates can be found on the web sites of Economics Departments. Links to the Economics Departments are available here: http://economics.ca/cgi/pqs
There is no charge for candidates. A fee of $169.50 per employer ($150 plus 13% HST[ON]) is required to cover the costs of operating the exchange. Employers should pre-register as this gives an indication of the number attending.
Student candidates are encouraged to fill out the following survey to indicate your attendance to CEEE organizers: https://goo.gl/forms/idd6uLCkfAA2uxwI2
For more information, please visit the following website:
Georges Dionne: 2017 John S. Bickley Founderís Award:
The CEA congratulates Past-President Georges Dionne (HEC Montreal) on being the 2017 winner of the International Insurance Society (IIS) Founderís award.
The prestigious Founderís Award was instituted in 1972 and is named in honor of the founder of the International Insurance Society, the late Dr. John S. Bickley, Emeritus Professor of Insurance at The University of Alabama, who served as IIS president from 1965 to 1989. The award honors individuals who have made a significant and lasting contribution to insurance thought, product, practice or education. The Founderís Award recipient is elected by secret ballot by the IIS Honors Committee, a body of senior insurance executives and leading academicians. Committee members are appointed by IIS Board of Directors and represent all sectors of the industry and regions of the world.
Fellowships for Competition Economics Summer School in Greece:
Three Canadian research centres are again jointly sponsoring generous fellowships to attend the European Summer School and Conference in Competition and Regulation on the island of Crete, Greece from June 24 to July 6, 2017 (with the conference taking place June 30 to July 2, 2017). The goal is to encourage and facilitate greater participation by early-career Canadian economists in this world-class conference and summer school. Those eligible for consideration for these fellowships will be economists who are: (i) Canadian Ph.D. students and post-doctoral scholars, and other doctoral and post-doctoral scholars studying or working in Canadian universities; (ii) untenured Canadian faculty members and other untenured faculty working at Canadian universities; and (iii) employees of the Competition Bureau of Canada. Applications are being accepted now. More information available in the attached document.
Source: Statistics Canada
Source: Statistics Canada
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