(June 3 2018) Ross Finnie, Richard Mueller and Arthur Sweetman invite you to attend EPRI’s Annual Meeting at the CEA conference in Montreal
The EPRI meeting will follow the final EPRI “policy panel” session, which will focus on the release by Statistics Canada of the Education Longitudinal Linkage Platform (ELLP), which links PSE administrative data for all PSE students at all PSE institutions in each province on a year by year basis to individuals’ tax files. The ELLP will be much like the PSE-tax linked datasets EPRI has been working with the last few years on a pilot project basis (see http://www.epri.ca/tax-linkage).
Check the EPRI program here
This is a great chance to learn about the potential for EPRI and EPRI’s Research Fellows to be involved in the use of the ELLP both at the national level and potentially at any regional research hubs that are established.
(March 2018) QICSS International Conference 2018
Quebec Inter-University Center for Social Statistics has launched a call for proposals for the upcoming conference on immigration: IMMIGRATION’S IMPACT, IMMIGRANTS’ OUTCOMES: NEW RESULTS USING BUSINESS AND SOCIAL DATA
The conference will take place in Montreal on October 11-12, 2018 and welcomes two internationally renown keynote speakers, David Card (Berkeley) and Richard Alba (CUNY).
The CFP is now open here (till April 20th)
(October 2017) Board member Ana Ferrer becomes IZA Research Fellow
(April 2017) Board member Mikal Skuterud becomes IZA Research Fellow
(September 2016) CLEF researcher, Krishna Pendakur is awarded the Mackenzie King Chair in Canadian studies
The Canada Program at the Weatherhead Centre for International Affairs selects distinguished visiting Canadian researchers to visit Harvard University. Krishna will teach courses that will focus on Canadian content and conduct a seminar series inviting Canadian scholars and experts in the field. He will also lead a conference on Aboriginal peoples’ economic issues at Harvard University in 2017. Good luck Krishna!
The C.D. Howe Institute is an independent not-for-profit research institute whose mission is to raise living standards by fostering economically sound public policies. Tammy’s appointment recognizes her insightful research on retirement decisions, social policy and the role of women in Canada’s labour market. Follow her work here
(June 2016) Board member Fabian Lange is awarded the John Rae prize in Economics
The CEA offers the Rae Prize every two years. The Prize, named after John Rae, is intended to recognize research excellence in the recent past and has a cash value of $10,000. Congratulations Fabian!
(April 2016) CLEF researchers looks into details of the gender wage gap
“The gender wage gap and returns to skills: Evidence from Ontario”, co-authored by Arcila-Vasquez, Ferrer and Schirle, explores the occupational gap within industries in Ontario. A timely publication for Equal Pay Day! Read the full report here