A core function of APEBC is to host regular luncheons that feature keynote speakers on a broad range of topics of interest to business economists.

Upcoming Events

Recent Events

APEBC Social – The Economics of Craft Beer 2019-06-26

Join us for a fun evening learning about the economics of craft beer from industry experts while networking with fellow economics professionals Jeff Guignard Executive Director of the BC Alliance of Beverage Licensees Ken Beattie Executive Director of the BC Craft...

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Dubreuil & Porges (Vancouver) 2019-06-12

Over the past 20 years, Canada’s tourism strategy has evolved and diversified. Expanding beyond the traditional target destination market of the US to key overseas markets has required an investment in product offering and supply infrastructure. Please join us to...

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Speed Reading (2019-04-29) in Vancouver

Too much to read?  Not enough time? There is no greater skill than having the ability to get through new information quickly, and remember it.  This workshop will help you read faster, remember more and boost your productivity, and will be tailored to economic and...

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Lawrence Schembri (2019-04-24) in Vancouver

Following the Bank of Canada’s interest rate announcement that morning, Lawrence Schembri and Jing Yang will discuss the Governing Council’s latest Canadian economic outlook, and its assessment of risks. This event is off the record and closed to the media. Lawrence...

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Marie-France Paquet (2019-03-20) in Vancouver

DOWNLOAD PRESENTATION Amid trade tensions around the world, the Canadian government announced in the Fall Economic Statement the goal to boost Canada's overseas exports by 50% by 2025, particularly in sectors that have demonstrated potential in certain parts of the...

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Marina Adshade (2019-03-06) in Vancouver

Join APEBC in celebrating International Women’s Day! APEBC is pleased to present a double billing for International Women’s Day 2019! Marina's is the first of 2 events. Marina Adshade, Ph.D., is a professor of economics at Vancouver School of Economics and SFU School...

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Henru Siu (2019-03-08) in Vancouver

The demand for high-skilled workers who perform cognitive tasks is widely considered to have increased dramatically over the past 40 years. In this paper Henry Siu and his co-authors show that improvements in labor market outcomes were not experienced equally by both...

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Carl Gomez (2019-02-20) Vancouver

While Vancouver's residential property market is in the midst of a slowdown, the city's commercial property markets remain solid. Both industrial and office vacancy rates in Vancouver are some of the lowest in the country supported by healthy demand fundamentals. But...

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Stephen Tapp (2019-01-17) Vancouver

Download Presentation U.S. trade policy under the Trump administration has been much more active, assertive and protectionist in an attempt to put “America first”. What is President Trump thinking, saying, and doing on trade policy? And what are the implications for...

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