08 maggio 2012

Rimini Canada Day. The Real and the P.R. Canadian Economies: Could Canada be an example to other small open economies?

Giovedì 24 maggio 2012 dalle 17 alle 19 si è svolto presso l'Aula Magna del Polo Scientifico Didattico di Rimini dell'Università di Bologna (via Angherà, 22) l'edizione 2012 del Canada Day, promossa da RCEA Rimini Centre for Economic Analysis, in collaborazione con Uni.Rimini S.p.A. Il titolo della giornata è stato: "Può il Canada essere un esempio per le altre piccole economie?".

I panelists:
  • Emmanuel Kamarianakis, Panel Chair (Senior Trade Commissioner, Minister Counsellor, Canadian Embassy, Rome)
  • Steve Ambler (UQAM and RCEA)
  • Jurek Konieczny (Wilfrid Laurier University and RCEA)
  • Khawar Nasim (Senior Executive in the Canadian Mining Industry)
  • Eric Reguly (Globe and Mail)
Il comitato organizzatore:
  • Jerzy (Jurek) Konieczny (Wilfrid Laurier University and RCEA)
  • Gianluigi Pelloni (University of Bologna, Wilfrid Laurier University and RCEA)
The panel “The real and the P.R. Canadian Economies: Could Canada be an example to other small open economies? will bring together different points of view on the Canadian economic performance and management over the last fifteen years and its response to the recent global crisis. To some economic experts, the Canadian experience of sustained long-run growth, deficit reduction, low inflation and relative invulnerability in the Great Recession is a lesson to be learned by all countries. To others, this “golden age” is more a mirage than a reality and serious dangers are lurking behind this screen of success.

This panel belongs to the RCEA outreach program which is aimed at sharing the significance of scientific economic analysis and its results with a wide spectrum of society such as students, teachers, practitioners (bankers, managers, industrialists, politicians, …), and interested members of the general public. The panel is the second event the “Rimini Canada Day” series organized by “The Rimini Centre of Economic Analysis” as an expression of its special interests and links to Canada and its scientific, cultural and business life.
The panel is organized by The Rimini Centre for Economic Analysis (RCEA) (www.rcfea.org), The Rimini Centre for Economic Analysis in Canada (www.rcea-canada.org), and Review of Economic Analysis (www.rofea.org) and is sponsored by The Canadian Embassy in Rome, The Faculty of Economics-Rimini of the University of Bologna and The Rimini Campus of the University of Bologna.
Admission to the seminar is free but pre-booking is recommended.

The Rimini Centre for Economic Analysis - RCEA
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