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The 1999 CEA Meetings
Programme Evaluation Questionnaire
 

This year's conference in Toronto marks the first time that the CEA has met separately from the Learned Societies. This experiment will be continued next year, as we meet in Vancouver June 1 to 4. To gauge the success of this experiment, and generally to improve the CEA annual meetings, please take a few minutes of your time to complete the attached questionnaire.

To avoid double counting, please do not use this on-line questionnaire if you have already sent a questionnaire by fax or regular mail to the conference organizer.

1.a Would you like to have more or fewer papers in each session?
1.b Would you like to have more or fewer papers in the conference overall?
2. Would you like to have more or fewer invited "state of the art" addresses?
3. Would you like to have more or fewer featured plenary speakers?
4. Would you like to have more or fewer sessions in a panel/debate format?
5.a Would you like to see more or fewer sessions organized by invitation?
5.b Would you like to see more or fewer sessions organized by submission?
6. Would you like to have more or fewer concurrent sessions?
7. Would you like to have more or fewer sessions per day?
8.a How many sessions did you attend as a participant (presenter, chair, or discussant)? on Thursday
on Friday
on Saturday
on Sunday
8.b How many sessions did you attend as an audience member? on Thursday
on Friday
on Saturday
on Sunday
9. Did you attend any of the concurrent sessions of:
Canadian Employment Research Forum (CERF)
Economic History
Canadian Public Economics Group
Canadian Economic Theory Group
Canadian Women Economist Network (CWEN)
10. Do you prefer:
11. Would you prefer more/fewer sessions in the following areas?
Microeconomic Theory
Macro/Monetary Theory
Econometrics
Economic History
Labour Economics
International Economics
Public Finance
Resource/Environmental Economics
Industrial Organization
Financial Economics
Health/Education/Welfare
Law and Economics
Economic Systems
Urban and Regional
Feminist Economics
Political Economy
Development and Growth
Current Policy Issues
Teaching Methods
12. In general, what do you favour:
13. If the CEA continues to meet seperately from the Learneds, please indicate your locational preference for future meetings:
Vancouver
Edmonton
Calgary
Winnipeg
Toronto
Ottawa
Montreal
Quebec City
Halifax
14. What is your current age?
15. What are you?
16. Are you a member of the Canadian Economics Association?
17. How many previous meetings of the CEA have you attended
18. Where do you now live
19. Are you likely to attend the 2000 meetings of the CEA in Vancouver?
20. Other comments and suggestions:


Questionnaire software © 1999 by Werner Antweiler