OEA: Fiscal Outlook - The Institute for Fiscal Studies and Democracy
OTTAWA ECONOMICS ASSOCIATION
NOVEMBER 29, 2018 EVENT
FISCAL OUTLOOK 2018
INSTITUTE FOR FISCAL STUDIES AND DEMOCRACY
SPEAKERS: Kevin Page, President and CEO, IFSD
Randall Bartlett, Chief Economist, IFSD
WHERE: IFSD, 115 Séraphin-Marion Pvt, Room 107, University of Ottawa
WHEN: Thursday, November 29, 9:30 to 11:00
OEA/CABE Members: Free
Non-members: $20, pre-paid online
Pre-registration is mandatory because space is limited.
To register, please visit the store at www.cabe.ca. Registration deadline is 8:00 PM, Tuesday, November 27, but will close earlier should the event reach capacity.
ABOUT THE TOPIC
The Institute of Fiscal Studies and Democracy (IFSD) is a Canadian think-tank sitting at the nexus of public finance and state institutions. In that capacity, the IFSD prepares analysis of the state of finances across multiple levels of government, both in Canada and internationally.
With the 2019 federal election less than one year away and new provincial governments across the country, Kevin Page and Randall Bartlett will walk you through the IFSD’s analysis on what to watch for in the coming budget period and beyond. From debt and deficits to carbon pricing and infrastructure lapses, there is no shortage of subjects to dive into.
ABOUT THE SPEAKERS
Kevin Page is the founding President and CEO of the Institute of Fiscal Studies and Democracy at the University of Ottawa. Mr. Page was appointed Canada's first Parliamentary Budget Officer in 2008, and served a five-year term providing Canadian parliamentarians and taxpayers with independent analysis on trends in the national economy, the state of nation's finances and the estimates of the government. Mr. Page led a small but talented team that built the first legislative budget office in Canada and one that was viewed as a leading practice among peer nations by such organizations as the IMF and OECD.
Randall Bartlett is a leading economic and fiscal policy expert, both in Canada and internationally. As Chief Economist of the IFSD, he oversees the development of tools and insights that are used to inform public- and private-sector decision makers on economic and fiscal policy. Randall also regularly provides economic commentary to the media and frequently gives presentations to IFSD clients and external organizations. He has written extensively on economic, monetary, and fiscal policy issues.
We do not accept registrations by electronic mail. Please register through the store.
ABOUT THE OTTAWA ECONOMICS ASSOCIATION
Founded in 1975, The Ottawa Economics Association (OEA) is a non-profit, volunteer-run organization whose primary objective is to put on a program of interest to economists and policy analysts in the National Capital Region. We are the local chapter of the Canadian Association for Business Economics (CABE).
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