The 57th Annual Conference of the Canadian Economics Association is co-hosted by the Departments of Economics at The University of Manitoba and The University of Winnipeg with in-person sessions to be held at the RBC Convention Centre in downtown Winnipeg June 2 and June 3. The CEA Embrace Day with workshops will be held on Thursday June 1 and a day of online only sessions will be held in advance on Tuesday May 30, 2023.
Professor Michelle Alexopoulos of the University of Toronto is the programme chair. The local organizers are Professors Melanie O'Gorman, Hugh Grant, Soham Baksi, Stefan Dodds and Yiwen Wang of The University of Winnipeg and Professor Soodeh Saberian & Umut Oguzoglu of The University of Manitoba.
The Canadian Economics Association would like to acknowledge that the land on which we will gather in 2023 is the Treaty One Territory, the home and traditional lands of the Anishinaabe (Ojibwe), Ininew (Cree), and Dakota peoples, and in the national homeland of the Red River Métis.
Please note that the on-line programme will be delivered via Zoom Events. Testing days for presenters will be available on May 26th and May 29th, times are TBA. A message will be sent to all participants with more details and links.
To view the preliminary programme including State of the Art Lectures and special keynotes, see the Programme Page.
Conference Registration is now open for in-person here. If registering for the online only sessions on May 30th (not in-person as well), please use the online registration page.
For Air Travel Discount Codes, Group Hotel Rates and local details, see here.
For past prize winners and submission details see the Undergraduate Student Research Awards page. Submission Deadline is April 20th.
Details for poster presentation type are available on this page: here.
Jointly organized by the Canadian Economic Diversity Committee (CEDC) and the Canadian Women Economists Committee (CWEC/CFÉC). The mentoring is aimed at early career economists, and all who fall into this category are welcome. The event will be held on Friday morning during the first time slot. Mentees and mentors will be organized by topic. Come and speak with a senior economist about issues such as "Getting Published", "Managing Service", "Balancing", "The importance of presentations." etc. You will have the opportunity to discuss the issues you deem most relevant with senior economists.
The deadline for registration is May 13, 2023 - Space is limited to 40 attendees.
Please see the Canadian Labour Economics Forum (CLEF) page here for further details.
Exhibitors at the CEA Annual Conference are offered a prime location to meet with members of the Economics community of Canada and around the world.
For details on complimentary media passes see the media page.
Conference general submissions are now closed. To review the subject areas, topics, and JEL codes presented at the conference, please see the submission page
Groups or individuals organizing sessions were asked to contact the program office at email@example.com (Attn: Paula Emery) by January 14th. For further details, see the session organizers page.
Applications for Student Travel Grants are to be submitted by March 17th. Application available details here.
IMPORTANT DATES & DEADLINES
|The conference organizer starts accepting submissions of papers for presentation at the conference through the web interface.
|January 14, 2023
|Last day for prospective special session organizers to contact the program office for booking blocks of sessions.
|February 1, 2023
|Advance registration for the conference commences.
|February 10, 2023
|Deadline to submit your paper or abstract.
|March 17, 2023
|Last day for travel grant applications to be submitted to the CEA
|March 24, 2023
|Last day for notifying paper submitters on the acceptance or rejection of their paper for presentation.
|April 7, 2023
|Last day for paper presenters to register. Presenters must register by this date or lose their conference program slot.
|The preliminary program is expected to become available.
|May 5, 2023
|Last day to withdraw and receive a refund (full refund minus a $75 administration fee). After this date, the registration fee is non-refundable. *If the conference format is changed after this date due to a public health recommendation, the option to withdraw without penalty will be considered and conference fees may be reduced. All delegates will be informed.
|May 13, 2023
|Early registration ends, and late registration fees apply thereafter.
|May 30, 2023
|On-line sessions take place
|June 1, 2023
|Embrace Diversity Summit Day
|June 2, 2023
|The in-person conference begins
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