AAAE - Paul Lirette, Dept of Fisheries and Oceans, "Assessing and analyzing growth determinants in Atlantic Canada"
WHO: Paul Lirette, Senior Economist, Dept. of Fisheries and Oceans
BIO: Paul is a senior economist with the Department of Fisheries and Oceans Canada (DFO) and is posted in Halifax, Nova Scotia. His main role is to help develop medium term forecasts for international fish and seafood markets. Before joining DFO, Paul gained 5 years of experience as part of the Canadian Agricultural Outlook modeling team at Agriculture and Agri-Food Canada and another 5 years of experience in various international projects modeling agriculture markets. Paul has also worked at Finance Canada as part of the G20 Framework Working Group, and has significant international experience working on a number of projects for the British and Canadian Embassies and an independent think tank in Warsaw, Poland; for the OECD in Paris, France; and, for the European Commission’s Joint Research Consortium in Seville, Spain. Paul is currently pursuing his PhD at the Warsaw School of Economics and his thesis work is the focus of this presentation.
DESCRIPTION: The theory of economic growth has a rich empirical past, including the pioneering work of Solow (1956), Romer (1986), and Lucas (1988). However, experts have arrived at little consensus when determining which factors increase or hinder economic growth. The goal of this study is to place the economic growth determinant discussion within the context of the Canadian economy, particularly by comparing the Atlantic Canadian economy to national level trends.
WHAT: Assessing and analyzing growth determinants in Atlantic Canada
WHEN: Friday, August 16th, 2019 12:00pm to 1:45pm (Atlantic Daylight Time)
WHERE: Bank of Canada Halifax office boardroom – 1701 Hollis Street, 13th floor
COST: In respect to individual dietary needs, we are offering new registration options should you wish you bring your own lunch.
CONFERENCE CALL: A Skype and/or teleconference call option is available for those living outside of Halifax.
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, August 14th.
Refunds cannot be provided for cancellations and individuals seeking to register after Wednesday, August 14th will be charged a late registration fee of $20. Late registration can be made at the CABE store.
Please note that the AAAE 2018-2019 membership is valid from September 2018- August 2019.
|Location Bank of Canada Atlantic Regional Office
1701 Hollis St., 13th Floor