With around 2000 members across the country and from abroad, the Canadian Economics Association (CEA) is the organization of academic economists in Canada.  The Association has for its object the advancement of economic knowledge through the encouragement of study and research, the issuing of publications, and the furtherance of free and informed discussion of economic questions. The Association as such will not assume a partisan position upon any question of practical politics nor commit its members to any position thereupon.

The CEA publishes the foremost economics journal in Canada, the Canadian Journal of Economics, and organizes an Annual Conference. The Canadian Public Policy journal is affiliated with the CEA. CEA members receive online access to issues of CJE and CPP.

 

CLIMATE SURVEY: CLOSING SOON

In the fall of 2019, the Canadian Women Economists Committee of the Canadian Economics Association will be administering a workplace climate survey of the economists profession in Canada using the National Opinion Research Center (NORC) at the University of Chicago.  We look forward to compiling and sharing the results with you.


CALL FOR NOMINATIONS: CEA FELLOWS

Created in 2010, the title of Fellow of the Canadian Economics Association is conferred to recognize the achievements and contribution to the discipline of the most prominent economists who have spent a significant portion of their career in Canada. The Nominating Committee of the Canadian Economics Associations invites and encourages suggestions from members of the Association for Future Fellows. The deadline for 2020 nominations is February 17


 

CANADIAN JOURNAL OF ECONOMICS
REVUE CANADIENNE D'ÉCONOMIQUE

Volume 52, Issue 3 of the Canadian Journal of Economics is now available.  
 

Online Access

 (CEA members only)

CANADIAN PUBLIC POLICY
ANALYSE DE POLITIQUES

Volume 45, Issue 3 of the Canadian Public Policy is now available.  
 

Online Access

 (CEA Members only)
 

NEW CEA FELLOWS:

The CEA wishes to congratulate Martin Browning, Georges Dionne, and Larry Epstein who were awarded the title of Fellow of the Canadian Economics Association at the Banff Conference in recognition of their achievements and contribution to the discipline of Economics. 

Sponsors

We gratefully acknowledge the financial contributions from our sponsors.