| Corporate Officers:|
|Angela Redish |
| Vice President &|
|Scott Taylor |
|Werner Antweiler |
|Ana Ferrer |
| Deputy Vice President|
|Nicole Fortin |
| Past President|
|Frances Woolley |
| CJE Managing Editor|
|Katherine Cuff |
| Executive Officer|
|Sonya Marion ||
|The CEA offers the Rae Prize every two years. The
Prize is intended to recognize research excellence in the recent past
and is not a life-time award. The Prize has a cash value of $5,000.
The Prize has been named after John Rae, born in Scotland in 1796, who
did most of his work in Canada and was a genuine precursor of
endogenous growth theory.|
|This prize is awarded annually to honour
the memory of the late Douglas D. Purvis. An award of $15,000 is to
be presented for a work of excellence relating to Canadian economic
policy and published in the preceding year. The award is open to all forms of
written media in which material relevant to Canadian economic policy
appears, including a series of articles in newspapers or magazines,
books, single articles in scholarly journals, government studies
including monographs done for royal commissions, other official
documents, and think-tank reports. To be eligible, the material must
be in the public domain and primarily, but not necessarily
exclusively, related to some issue in Canadian economic policy.
The Prize is awarded by the Purvis family. The members of the
selection committee are nominated by the CEA and CABE.
|The Canadian Economics Association awards the Harry G. Johnson Prize each year to the author or authors of the paper judged to be the best paper published in the Canadian Journal of Economics
in the preceding calendar year. The Prize has a cash value of $2,000.|
|The Canadian Economics Association
awards the Robert Mundell Prize, worth $2,000, to the "young" author or authors of the paper judged to be the best paper published in the
Canadian Journal of Economics in the previous calendar year.|
|The Vanderkamp Prize is awarded annually by the
Canadian Public Policy for the best paper in the preceding
year. The recipient receives $2,000.
The winning paper is selected by a multidisciplinary panel.|
The Canadian Women Economists Network/Réseau de Femmes Économistes (CWEN/RFÉ) Young Researcher Prize is awarded every two years in recognition of research excellence by a young woman economist. The Research Prize was established in 2010 and is presented at the CWEN/RFE luncheon held during the annual CEA Meetings. The recipient receives $1000. The current selection committee members are Jennifer Hunt (McGill), Angela Redish (UBC), and Gregor Smith (Queen's). Nominations to be considered for the 2012 award are to be sent to CWEN.RFE.firstname.lastname@example.org, by January 31, 2012. Please see the Terms of Reference for more information.|
The Mike McCracken Award for Economic Statistics recognizes theoretical and applied contributions to the development or use of economic statistics in Canada.
The CEA Distinguished Service Award recognizes individuals who have
made outstanding and lasting contributions to the Canadian Economics
Association and to the community of academic economists in Canada.
Award winners are selected by the CEA Executive Council. Nominations
must be made to the Council.|
The Bank of Canada Graduate Student Paper Award is conferred annually to the best student paper in a research area relevant for the Bank of Canada's mandate. The award is open to graduate students from a Canadian university or Canadian/Permanent Resident graduate students at a foreign university who submit their paper to the Annual CEA Conference. More information about the award may be found at: Bank of Canada - Research Awards
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