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During the conference, participants are encouraged to use the official CEA 2016 Conference social media handle #ACEA16 on social media interactions.

A CEA 2016 Conference blog—run by the PhD students in the Carleton-uOttawa Joint PhD Program in Economics—is available here.

Purvis Lecture - Featuring Stephen S. Poloz, Governor, Bank of Canada: Please click here

Purvis lecture text: Please click here.

Innis Lecture: Kristian Behrens (Université du Québec à Montréal), “Agglomeration and Clusters: Tools and Insights from Coagglomeration Patterns”. Video available here.

Presidential Address: Charles Beach (Queen’s University), "Changing Income Inequality: A Distributional Paradigm for Canada". Video available here

Videos: 2016 State of the Art Lectures:

Esther Duflo (MIT), "Randomized Controlled Trials and Policy Making in Developing Countries": Please click here.

Krishna Pendakur (Simon Fraser University), "Welfare Analysis When People Are Different: Incorporating Unobserved Heterogeneity into Inequality and Poverty Analysis”: Please click here.

Philip Oreopoulos (University of Toronto), “Applying Behavioural Economics to Public Policy”: Please click here.

Nicole Fortin (Vancouver School of Economics at UBC), "Earnings Inequality and the Gender Pay Gap": Please click here.

Ernst Fehr (University of Zurich), "Degustibus Est Disputandum - The Emerging Science of Preference Formation": Please click here

Marc Fleurbaey (Princeton University), “Welfare Economics, Risk and Uncertainty”: Please click here



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