we are excited to announce an event that has been a long time in the making. on april 21-22, 2017, simon fraser university’s community economic development programs and the city of vancouver are cohosting hopeful economics: leadership and innovation summit. hopeful economics features two full days
Hopeful Economics Summit fosters sustainable local
hopeful economics summit fosters sustainable local economies at sfu’s vancouver campus. april 06, 2017 print. by ian bryce. income inequality is growing in canada. housing costs are rising beyond the means of residents in toronto and vancouver, stable full-time work opportunities are decreasing, and higher education is moving further out of
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overview what is economics? two of the most concise definitions of economics are as follows: economics is the study of production, consumption and allocation decisions under conditions of scarcity, or as the author of the armchair economist, steven landsburg, says, economics boils down to four words, “people respond to incentives.”
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Hopeful Economics: Leadership & Innovation Summit | The
this summit is hosted by the simon fraser university community economic development program and the city of vancouver. keynote speakers and panel discussions as the program is finalized more speakers and panels will be added to the list. here is a sample of some of the topics that will be explored: indigenomics: economic development and reconciliation how rising commercial rents are hurting