• CEA 2019 Registration Desk

    University of Calgary Economics Department Student Volunteers at the Banff Centre for Arts and Creativity

  • CEA 2019 Past Presidents' Dinner

    CEA Past President Dr. Angela Redish

  • CEA Board of Directors & Officers

    CEA Board of Directors and Officers at the Banff Meetings

  • CEA 2019 Innis Lecture

    Nathan Nunn giving the 2019 Harold Innis Lecture

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.



In the fall of 2019 and early 2020, the Canadian Women Economists Committee (CWEC) of the CEA administered the workplace climate survey of the economics profession in Canada using the National Opinion Research Center (NORC) at the University of Chicago. The survey is now closed; thank you to everyone who participated. 

We look forward to sharing the results with you soon. 



Volume 53, Issue 1 of the Canadian Journal of Economics is now available.  

Online Access

 (CEA members only)


 Canadian Public Policy is available online for CEA members.  

Online Access

 (CEA Members only)

Open Search:
CJE Co-Editors

The CEA will appoint at least two new co-editors of the Canadian Journal of Economics to begin July 2020.  Suggestions for new co-editors are now being solicited.  There is particular interest for suggestions in the areas of international trade and labour economics, but suggestions in all fields are welcomed.  

Please send suggestions to Professor Katherine Cuff, the CJE Managing Editor, by Friday, April 24.



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