| Corporate Officers:|
|Scott Taylor |
| Vice President &|
|Nicole Fortin |
|Werner Antweiler |
|Ana Ferrer |
| Deputy Vice President|
|Francisco Ruge-Murcia |
| Past President|
|Angela Redish |
| CJE Managing Editor|
|Katherine Cuff |
| Executive Officer|
|Sonya Marion ||
CEA Annual Conference Dates: May 22-24, 2020:
The 54th Annual CEA Conference will be May 22-24, 2020 at the University of Toronto. Note, this is one week earlier that our conference dates for the prior two conferences.
In the fall of 2019, The Canadian Women Economists Committee of the Canadian Economics Association will be administering a workplace climate survey for economists using the National Opinion Research Center (NORC) at the University of Chicago. Please see the CWEC site for further details.
The Bank of Canada: Call for nominations for the 2020 Fellowship and Governor’s Awards:
The Bank of Canada is inviting Canadian universities to nominate exceptional academics for its Fellowship and Governor’s awards. The awards provide funds to foster excellence in economic and financial research in Canada and support the Bank’s development of partnerships with leading experts. If you are a leading innovative researcher in areas that support the Bank’s core functions or know someone who is, please contact your university to have them submit a nomination. Deadline for nominations is November 29, 2019. For more information, refer to
New CEA Fellows:
The CEA wishes to congratulate Martin Browning, Georges Dionne, and Larry Epstein who were awarded the title of Fellow of the Canadian Economics Association at the Banff Conference in recognition of their achievements and contribution to the discipline of Economics.
CEA June 2019 Banff Conference Prize Winners:
The Canadian Economics Association congratulates the following Prize winners who had awards conferred during the CEA Annual Meetings in Banff, Alberta, June 2019.
— The winner of the Doug Purvis Memorial Prize is Lars Osberg for his work “The Age of Increasing Inequality: The Astonishing Rise of Canada's 1%”
— The Mike McCracken Award for Economic Statistics was awarded to three recipients: Jane Badets of Statistics Canada, Ted McDonald of the University of New Brunswick, and Sylvie Michaud of Statistics Canada
— The Harry Johnson Prize for the best article published in the Canadian Journal of Economics in 2018 was awarded to Joel Rodrigue of Vanderbilt University and Kunio Tsuyuhara of the University of Calgary for their article: “On-the-Job-Search, Wage Dispersion and Trade Liberalization” published in May 2018 (Volume 51, Issue 2).
— The Robert Mundell Prize for the best article published in the Canadian Journal of Economics in 2018 by an early-career economist was awarded to Walter Steingress of the Bank of Canada for his paper, “The causal impact of migration on U.S. trade: Evidence from political refugees” published in November 2018 (Volume 51, Number 4).
— The Vanderkamp Prize for the best article in 2018 in Canadian Public Policy/Analyse de politique was awarded to : Vincent Chandler (Université du Québec en Outaouais) for his work "Do Evaluators Prefer Candidates of Their Own Gender?"
— The CWEC Inaugural Service Award was presented to Roberta Robb (Brock University)
— The CWEC Young Researcher Award was presented to Lucija Muehlenbachs ( University of Calgary)
— The Bank of Canada Undergraduate Poster Session winners are, Best Research Paper: Ian Sapollnik (The University of British Columbia), "The Minimum Wage, Earned Income Tax Credit, and the Market for Alternative Credit" and, Best Poster Presentation: Rida Aamer (University of Toronto), "The Economist: Underrepresentation of Women in the Profession"
Source: Statistics Canada
Source: Statistics Canada
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