2022/2023 Webinar Series

All seminars are on Fridays from 12:00pm-1:00pm ET

Send an email to clef@uwaterloo.ca with “CLEF webinar” in the subject line if you would like to receive reminders and Zoom links to the webinars.

Date Presenter Title
October 7 Joseph Marchand (Alberta) “First to $15: Alberta’s Minimum Wage Policy on Employment by Wages, Ages, and Places”
November 4 Fraser Summerfield (St FX) “The long shadow of bullying: labour market consequences for an American cohort”
November 25 Angela Zheng (McMaster) “Public education and the intergenerational wealth effects of house price movements”
December 9 Gaëlle Simard-Duplain (Carleton) “Challenges of service provision across ministries: Evidence from a reform of ASD diagnostic guidelines”
January 13 Heather Sarsons (VSE) “The Minimum Wage Puzzle and the Role of Social Preferences”
February 3 Tony Bonen (Labour Market Information Council) “What’s this LMIC thing? Our work and how we we’re looking to partner with the research community”
March 3 Andy Handouyahia, Jérôme Mercier, and Tristan Leeroy Rikhi (ESDC) ‘’Machine learning for net impact evaluations’’
March 31 Tammy Schirle (Wilfrid Laurier) “What explains Canada’s labour force participation advantage?”