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Over the course of the project, the Partnership will hold various events including data sessions, workshops, meetings and conferences. These events will serve as a way to disseminate findings and to train researchers on use of data sets.

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Productivity Partnership Mini-symposium on Gender and Productivity

 Thursday, May 3, 2018

 Kenneth Taylor Hall 334, McMaster University

The Productivity Partnership presents two speakers, Valentina Duque (University of Michigan) & Anne Brenoe (University of Copenhagen) who will talk about gender and productivity.

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2nd Annual Workshop of Southern Ontario Macro Economists (AWSOME Vol. 2).

 Tuesday, May 22, 2018

 McMaster University, Hamilton, ON

Bringing together leading economists from universities across Southern Ontario

The Partnership is sponsoring a session at the second Annual Workshop of Southern Ontario Macro Economists (AWSOME) on productivity, with presentations by Michelle Alexopoulos (University of Toronto) on "Secular Stagnation, Technological Change and Productivity" and Tasso Adamopoulos (York University) on "Geography and Agricultural Productivity: Cross-Country Evidence from Micro Plot-Level Data".

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Productivity Partnership Data Schools sessions at the Canadian Economics Association 2018

 Sunday, June 3, 2018

 Montréal, QC

The Productivity Partnership will again be hosting two data school sessions during the Canadian Economics Association 2018 Annual Meeting. The sessions will take place Sunday morning and will consist of information on microdata available at CDER/Statistics Canada and presentations from research projects funded by the Partnership.

Click 'Learn More' to find the exerpts from the Productivity Partnership-CSLS sessions which will take place on Saturday June 3 and the standalone Productivity Partnership sessions which will take place on Sunday June 4. The full program is on the Canadian Economics Association website.

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QICSS International Conference 2018: Immigration's Impact, Immigrants' Outcomes: New Results Using Business and Social Data

 Thursday, October 11, 2018

 Montréal, QC

Call for papers

Subject matters include, but are not limited to:

  • immigrant careers and networks,
  • financial literacy of immigrants,
  • firm’s decision to export and foreign-born employees,
  • immigrant entrepreneur and businesses,
  • comparative internal migration routes of immigrants in Canada and the United States,
  • integration and assimilation processes,
  • demographic changes driving changes in immigration patterns and outcomes,

Papers can be related to economics, sociology, demography, industrial relations, and management.

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