OEA: Presentation on the Monetary Policy Report
The event is at capacity. No further registrations can be accepted.
Ottawa Economics Association
October 30, 2018 Event
Presentation on the Monetary Policy Report
This session will be private, closed to media
SPEAKER: Jean-Philippe Cayen, Director of the Projection Division, Canadian Economic Analysis Department
WHERE: Bank of Canada Conference Centre, 30 Bank Street (Southwest corner of Bank and Wellington Streets)
WHEN: Tuesday, October 30, 10:30 to 12:00
Pre-registration is mandatory because of Bank of Canada security procedures and because space is limited.
To register, please complete the online registration form below. Registration deadline is 8:00 PM, Thursday, October 25, but will close earlier should the event reach capacity.
There is no charge for this workshop. However, as space is limited, priority will be given to members for registrations received prior to October 10th.
For security purposes, no attendees will be admitted to the session after 10:50 A.M.
ABOUT THE TOPIC
On October 24th, the Bank of Canada will release its quarterly Monetary Policy Report.
Have inflationary pressures eased or grown in recent months? Is the economy operating close to capacity? How prominent a role will recent trade developments play in monetary policy decisions? Is the Bank biased towards a tighter monetary policy or towards the status quo? What are the main risks to the economic outlook?
Join us to hear a detailed overview of the Bank's policies and strategies, plus a look at the current economic climate and its implications for inflation.
ABOUT THE SPEAKER
Jean-Philippe Cayen is the Director of the Projection Division in the Canadian Economic Analysis Department. In this capacity, he oversees the Bank’s economic analysis and forecasts of the Canadian economy. His primary interests include economic forecasting and business cycles analysis. Jean-Philippe obtained his Masters in Applied Economics from the HEC Montréal.
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