AAAE Student Panel 2019

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Friday 29 March 2019, 12:00 - 13:45


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The Atlantic Association of Applied Economists (AAAE) encourages you to come and learn from and support three Atlantic economics students as they present their research on a variety of topics.

This annual AAAE event is an important opportunity to help mentor young economists – they benefit greatly from the experience and the feedback we provide – while AAAE members enjoy a free lunch and a chance to think about and discuss a variety of topics.

AAAE Student Panel 2019

WHEN: Friday, March 29th, 2019, 12:00pm to 1:45pm

WHERE: Bank of Canada Atlantic Regional Office, 13th Floor, 1701 Hollis Street, Founders Square, Halifax

WHAT: Come enjoy some lunch as you listen to three young economics students from across the region share their research and discuss the potential relevance of their findings for Atlantic Canada. Their presentations will address topics such as: Are the Canadian and US economies still in sync? Which Canadian graduates are most likely to be in a mismatched job? Who will lose and who will win from a US-China Trade War?   


  • Loan Nguyen (Memorial University): “A non-parametric approach to measuring synchronization of business cycles between Canada and major economies”
  • Hunter Powell (Acadia University): “Returns to Education and Job Match”
  • Zihao Wang (Acadia University): “US-China Trade War Simulation”

COST: Members: $Free, Non-Members: $10 (A light lunch will be provided.)

REGISTRATION: You must register in advance at the CABE Store. Seating is limited and spaces will be reserved until we reach capacity or until the close of registration at end of day Wednesday, March 27th, 2019.

Refunds cannot be provided for cancellations and individuals seeking to register after March 27th will be charged a late registration fee of $20.

UPCOMING EVENTS: Please mark your calendar for the following AAAE events:

  • April 17: Aaron Rosenberg, Manager of Taxpayer Behaviour at the Canada Revenue Agency’s Innovation Lab in Ottawa – “Behavioural Economics”
  • May 3: José Dorich, the Director of the Model Development Division in the Canadian Economic Analysis Department of the Bank of Canada - “Weakness in Non-Commodity Exports: Demand versus Supply Factors
  • July 12: Deputy Governor Larry Schembri, Bank of Canada, Monetary Policy Report
Location Bank of Canada Atlantic Regional Office
1701 Hollis St., 13th Floor
B3J 3M8
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