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Programme & Highlights

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58th Annual Meetings of the CEA 

Online Sessions Day: Friday May 24, 2024
In-person Session Days: Thursday May 30 (Embrace Day Sessions), Friday May 31 - Saturday June 1, 2024 (Main session days).

Note: your in-person registration also gives you access to the online day; we hope you attend. 

Program Highlights

CEA 2024 Detailed Preliminary Programme here. Choose "Programme" or "Programme Schedule" in the top menu. Use "Programme" to search for sessions or people. 

Session dates/times listed below may be subject to change. However, we will do our best to keep the times/dates listed)

State of the Art Lectures

 

Nathaniel Baum-Snow (Rotman School of Management)

Housing Supply and Housing Affordability: An Overview of Recent Evidence

 

 

Sendhil Mullainathan (Chicago Booth)

Algorithmic Economics

 

 

Mariacristina De Nardi (University of Minnesota) 
The Importance of Modeling Couples and Singles

 

 

 

 

Erin Strumpf (McGill University)
Health Economics and the Health Care System

 

Abel Brodeur (University of Ottawa)

Do we have a reproducibility and replicability crisis in economics?

Online - May 24th
 

 

 

Emi Nakamura (University of California, Berkeley)

Natural Experiments to Guide Macroeconomic Policy

Online - May 24th

CEA Presidential Address

 

 

Saturday June 1, 2024

Michelle Alexopoulos (University of Toronto)

CWEC Lecture

 

Saturday, June 1, 2024

Nina Banks (Bucknell University)

***CWEC Luncheon has been moved to Saturday June 1 for CEA 2024

Embrace Lecture

 

 

Thursday May 30, 2024

Gary Hoover (Tulane University)

Innis Lecture

Friday May 31, 2024

Kevin Milligan (University of British Columbia)

The Time of Your Life: The Mortality and Longevity of Canadians

Purvis Lecture

 

Friday May 31, 2024

Sylvain Leduc (Federal Reserve Bank of San Francisco)

***Purvis Luncheon has been moved to Friday, May 31 for CEA 2024

   
Receptions

Friday Evening Following the Innis Lecture & Saturday Evening Following the Presidential Address at Toronto Metropolitan University's Mattamy Athletic Centre (the historic former Maple Leaf Gardens).

Your conference badge will be required to enter the reception. 

 
Bank of Canada Fellowship Lecture

 

Daniel Trefler (University of Toronto, Rotman School of Management) 

AI and Cross-Border Data Regulation: Tackling the New Frontier with a Large Language Model

Canadian Public Policy / Analyse de politiques:  Lecture and 50th Anniversary Special Issue Event / Conférence et événement pour le numéro spécial du 50e anniversaire

 

Donn Feir (University of Victoria)
Policies for Other People: Reflections from an Economist on Research and Federal Policy Regarding Indigenous Nations in Canada Post-1975

 

CIRANO-JDI-Phelps-RIIB Invited Lecture on Competition Policy and Regulation

 

 

Volker Nocke (University of Mannheim)

Optimal Merger Remedies

 

CDESG (Canadian Development Economics Study Group) Keynote Lecture

 

 

 

Chris Blattman (University of Chicago)

The Past and Future of Conflict Research

 

CLEF (Canadian Labour Economics Forum) Keynote Lecture

 

 

 

Philip Oreopoulos (University of Toronto)

Conference Organizing Committee:

Programme Chair:  Professor John Galbraith (McGill University)

Programme Office:

Jack Madison, CEA Conference Coordinator

Paula Emery, CEA A/Executive Officer
 

Local Organizers at Toronto Metropolitan University:

Professor Richard Chisik 

Professor Brennan Thompson
 

Programme Selection Committee:

CEA Study Groups and Scientific Committees [list forthcoming]

Session Organizers and Other Contributors [list forthcoming]


 

CEA 2024 Detailed Preliminary Programme here.

Please Note: To increase the readability of the program, we will edit long or multiple affiliations using the author's Web page, REPEC, etc. to verify the main affiliation. We apologize in advance if despite our best efforts an error has found its way into the programme. If any concerns are found, please identify them in an email to conference@economics.ca

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