The Future of Canadian Competitiveness

In a world that is seeing the economic centre of gravity moving to Asia, does Canada have what it needs to ensure that the prosperity the nation has enjoyed will be sustained in the decades ahead?

Details

Date & Time

November 2, 2021
12:30 p.m. - 2:00 p.m.

Location

Online

Cost

Free (Registration Required)

Contact

Andreea Calic
calica@mcmater.ca

Description

Future of Canada and the World Webinar Series

The Future of Canadian Competitiveness

How does Canada’s competitiveness stack up against its global peers and potential challengers? Does Canada have the skills, assets and institutions to compete in the global market, near-term and long-term. In a world that is seeing the economic centre of gravity moving to Asia, does Canada have what it needs to ensure that the prosperity the nation has enjoyed in the past will be sustained in the decades ahead? These are just some of the questions we will explore with Arturo Bris from IMD, based in Lausanne, Switzerland.

Arturo Bris is a Professor of Finance and Director of IMD’s World Competitiveness Centre. He specializes in working with senior executives from a wide range of global clients on issues related to competitiveness, finance and governance. His prolific research output has been published in leading journals, making him one of the top one hundred most-read finance academics in the world. His latest book, Blockchange! provides insights on how to survive the crypto economy. He holds a PhD in Management from INSEAD.

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