AAAE - 14 June - Parisa Mahboubi, C.D. Howe – “Intergenerational Fairness: Will Our Kids Live Better than We Do”
WHO: Parisa Mahboubi, PhD, Senior Policy Analyst, C.D. Howe Institute
BIO: Parisa is a Senior Policy Analyst and leads the C.D. Howe Institute's Human Capital Policy Council. Her research interest focuses on social policy with a concentration on demographic, skills, education, and labour market concerns. In addition to authoring research studies, she regularly writes a column for the Globe and Mail’s business section.
Prior to joining the C.D. Howe Institute in 2016, Parisa worked at the Statistics Canada Research Data Center, and as an Instructor and Research Assistant at the University of Guelph while completing her PhD studies.
She has a Bachelors of Science and a Masters of Science in Economics from Shiraz University located in Iran, and a Masters of Arts and a PhD in Economics from the University of Guelph. Her PhD research areas mainly focused on the life cycle analysis of social security reforms as well as investment-specific technology shocks using Dynamic Stochastic General equilibrium models with an emphasis on the human capital accumulation. She also studied the skills, education, and labour market outcomes of the second generation immigrants in Canada.
WHAT: Intergenerational Fairness: Will Our Kids Live Better than We Do
DESCRIPTION: Today’s youngest and future generations face very high net fiscal burdens: higher than those of any other generations, especially those born from the mid-1950s to the 1990s. Generally speaking, babyboomers and their children fare well in this scenario, but the grandkids of babyboomers do not. This presentation highlights the role of government policies and demographics.
For more information, please follow the link: https://www.cdhowe.org/public-policy-research/intergenerational-fairness-will-our-kids-live-better-we-do
WHEN: Friday, June 14th, 2019 12:00pm to 1:45pm (Atlantic Daylight Time)
WHERE: Bank of Canada Atlantic Regional Office, 1701 Hollis St. (Founders Square), 13th Floor, Halifax, Nova Scotia
COST: Members: $10, Non-Members: $20 (A light lunch will be provided.)
CONFERENCE CALL: A Skype and/or teleconference call option is available for those living outside of Halifax. The cost is the same as for in-person attendance.
REGISTRATION: Seating is limited and spaces will be reserved until we reach capacity. Visit the CABE Store to register for this event. You must register no later than end of day Wednesday, June 12th.
Refunds cannot be provided for cancellations and individuals seeking to register after Wednesday, June 12th will be charged a late registration fee of $20. Late registration can be made at the CABE store.
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|Location Bank of Canada Atlantic Regional Office
1701 Hollis St., 13th Floor