Thursday, May 30, 2013
Reception at 6:00 p.m.; Dinner and program at 6:30 p.m.
One King West Hotel and Residence
1 King Street West
Post 2008: Re-Awakening Market Efficiency and Growth
David Dodge, former Governor of the Bank of Canada
After the near collapse of global financial institutions in 2008, governments responded sharply to shift the focus of regulation away from market efficiency towards stability. Have they gone too far? Is the concern over stability a dead-weight that is hampering economic growth?
Please join Jack Mintz as he welcomes David Dodge, former Governor of the Bank of Canada, who will present arguments that fly in the face of post-2008 conventional wisdom by challenging calls for financial stability.
Wednesday, June 19, 2013untilFriday, June 21, 2013
Fairmont Banff Springs
Managing Change in Government Relations
The School of Public Policy presents its fourth annual Executive Program in Government Affairs.
This year's theme is "Managing Change in Government Relations."
For more information or to register, please contact Christine Verdonck at email@example.com or 403.220.6836
-Ian Brodie, Former Chief of Staff to the Prime Minister
-Mark Reder, Partner, Fleishman Hillard International Communications
-Darrel Reid, Executive Fellow, The School of Public Policy
-Scott Reid, Commentator, former Liberal Party strategist
-Jack Mintz, Director and Palmer Chair, The School of Public Policy
-André Turcotte, President, Feedback Research Corporation
-Alan Hallman, Hallman and Associates
-Chantal Hébert, Political Columnist, Toronto Star
-Anne Marie Quinn, Partner, Fleishman Hillard International Communications
-Karen Shepherd, Commissioner of Lobbying
-Anne McGrath, Former Chief of Staff to Jack Layton