CEA Travel Grants:
Travel grants can be submitted only during the months of February and March (application steps to be available closer to the submission dates)
Our travel grants only cover part of the cost of travel to the conference and successful applicants should still expect to incur some travel costs. Grant recipients are expected to attend all 3 days of the conference.
The number of CEA travel grants awarded, as well as the amounts awarded, will depend upon the funds available and the number of applicants. All else being equal, priority for funding will be given to (a) PhD students, (b) those who cannot easily get to the conference by ground transport (car, bus or train), and (c) those who have not received travel grants from the CEA in the past. The amount awarded to each successful applicant will also depend upon the estimated cost of traveling to the conference location. For example, a student traveling from Calgary to Vancouver will receive less than a student traveling from Halifax to Vancouver.
Travel grants are only available to qualifying graduate students and doctoral candidates, or junior faculty members at the rank of assistant professor, who are paid-up members of the Canadian Economics Association.
You must be a student or a junior faculty member at a Canadian university, or a Canadian citizen studying or teaching as a junior faculty member at a foreign university.
You must have submitted a paper to the conference in order to apply for a travel grant.
Please submit your travel grant application before the deadline of March 31
Please note that if you are also applying for a travel grant with one of the CEA’s study groups and end up being eligible for both travel grants you will be offered collaborative grant amount based on a joint assessment by the study group and the CEA.