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|Frances Woolley |
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|Katherine Cuff |
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CEA August 2018 Newsletter:
Call for Nominations New and Visiting Appointments; Departures; Awards; Short-Term Visitors; Doctorates.
The Bank of Canada: Call for nominations for the 2019 Fellowship and Governor’s Awards:
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 9, 2018. For more information, refer to
CEA June 2018 Montreal Conference Prize Winners:
The Canadian Economics Association congratulates the following Prize winners who had awards conferred during the CEA Annual Meetings in Antigonish, June 2017.
— The winner of the Doug Purvis Memorial Prize: for 2017 are Stephen Tapp (EDC), Ari Van Assche (HEC Montreal) and Robert Wolfe (Queen's University) for their work "Redesigning Canadian Trade Policies for New Global Realities"
— The John Rae Prize for the Canadian economist with the best research record during the last five years was awarded to Siwan Anderson (UBC)
— The Harry Johnson Prize for the best article published in the Canadian Journal of Economics in 2017 was awarded to Gino Cateau for his article: "Price-level versus Inflation Targeting under Model Uncertainty" published in the May 2017 issue of the Canadian Journal of Economics. Gino Cateau is a Senior Policy Director of the International Economic Analysis Department at the Bank of Canada
— The Robert Mundell Prize for the best article published in the Canadian Journal of Economics in 2017 by an early-career economist was awarded to Andriana Bellou for her paper: "Male Wage Inequality and Marital Dissolution: Is There a Link?" published in the February 2017 issue of the CJE. Andriana is a professor at the Université de Montréal.
— The Vanderkamp Prize for the best article in 2017 in Canadian Public Policy/Analyse de politique was awarded to : Phil Leonard (University of New Brunswick) for his work "Do School Junk Food Bans Improve Student Health? Evidence from Canada."
— The Bank of Canada Undergraduate Poster Session winners Best Research Paper: "Does corruption differentially impact the productivity of female-managed microenterprises? A study of Latin America and the Caribbean" Minnie Cui (University of Toronto) / Best Presentation: "Short-Term Inflation Forecasting in Canada Using Machine Learning" Galen Wray (University of Waterloo)
Winner of the 2018 FEC Best Paper Award:
In cooperation with the Canadian Economics Association, Frontiers of Economics in China is pleased to announce the winner of the FEC Best Paper Award in 2018:
“Trade and Innovation: The Role of Scale and Competition Effects,” by Kevin Lim, Daniel Trefler, and Miaojie Yu
The award is for a paper of excellence relating to China or the Chinese Diaspora, selected from the papers presented at the 2018 CEA Conference at McGill University. The selection committee is comprised of Zhiqi Chen (Carleton University), Yingfeng Xu (University of Alberta), and Xiaodong Zhu (University of Toronto).
Additional information about the Frontiers of Economics in China journal can be found at
Source: Statistics Canada
Source: Statistics Canada
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