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Frances Woolley   
Werner Antweiler   
   President Elect &
   Conference Organizer
Angela Redish   
   Vice President
Scott Taylor   
   Past President
Nancy Gallini   
   Executive Director
Vivian Tran   
   Assistant Treasurer
Ana Ferrer   
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Who we are:
With around 2000 members (in 2016) across the country and from abroad, the Canadian Economics Association (CEA) is the organization of academic economists in Canada.
The Association has for its object the advancement of economic knowledge through the encouragement of study and research, the issuing of publications, and the furtherance of free and informed discussion of economic questions. The Association as such will not assume a partisan position upon any question of practical politics nor commit its members to any position thereupon.
What we do:
The CEA publishes the foremost economics journal in Canada, the Canadian Journal of Economics, and organizes an annual conference. The Canadian Public Policy journal is also affiliated with the CEA; the CEA is one of the supporting organizations.
How we are organized:
The Canadian Economics Association is incorporated in Canada as a federal not-for-profit corporation (9129375). Our business number since 2015 is 803271592. As of June 4, 2017, ou registered office address of incorporation is:
55 Metcalfe Street, Suite 1300
Ottawa, ON, K1P 6L5
Until April 2015 the CEA conducted business with GST registration number 121721245RT000, and our registered office address was 500 Glenridge Avenue, St. Catharines, ON, L2S 3A1, Canada. Pending completion of the amendment of its bylaws following incorporation, the directors of the corporation are the CEA's president, president-elect, vice-president, past president, secretary-treasurer, and assistant treasurer.
The operation and organization of the Canadian Economics Association is governed by the association's constitution. [This document is only available as a PDF file.] For more information, please review our web page of frequently asked questions. A list of current and past presidents, secretary-treasurers, and journal editors recognizes the individuals who have contributed to the Association since its foundation in 1966.
Policy Documents: Call for nominations
The Nominating Committee of the Canadian Economics Associations invites and encourages suggestions from members of the Association for future officers, Executive Council members and Fellows. Please send suggestions and nominations to the secretary of the Nominating Committee, Werner Antweiler, at or by mail.
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