CSLS Session at the 2022 CEA Conference
CSLS-PEF Session: Are Labour Shortages Really Constraining the Canadian Economy?
Carleton University, Ottawa, Ontario, June 3-4, 2022
Note: The complete conference program and registration information are posted on the
of the Canadian Economics Association.
Keynote Speaker: David Campbell (Jupia Consultants) "The Role of Exports on the New Brunswick Economy
Thursday, June 9, 7:00 PM
Chair: Andrew Sharpe (Centre for the Study of Living Standards)
Robin Shaban (Vivic Research)
"Labour Shortages, Monopsony Power and Their Role in Our Current Labour Markets?"
Kaylie Tiessen (Unifor)
"Where and How Are Labour Shortages Affecting Wages and Collective Bargaining in Canada?"
Tony Bonen (Labour Market Information Council)
"Thinking Critically About Labour 'Shortages': What Does the Term Mean, When Should We Be Concerned, and How Can They Be Measured Objectively?"
Stephen Tapp (Canadian Chamber of Commerce)
"What Are Canadian Businesses Saying About Labour Shortages and What Are They Doing to Attract and Retain Talent?"