Munk School Graduate Student Conference “The New Economy: What’s New?”

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Friday, March 15th, 2019

Friday, March 15, 20199:30AM - 7:00PMThe Vivian and David Campbell Conference Facility, 1 Devonshire Place
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Tickets: $5 General Admission/ Free for University Students (with student ID) & Munk Alumni

The title of the 13th annual Munk Graduate Student Conference is “The New Economy: What’s New?” and discusses the state of the modern economy and how it will be affected by a variety of factors over the following decade. The event will feature four panels: (1) Investing in the New Economy- Latin America; (2) Migration and its effect on the New Economy; (3) Canada’s role in the New Economy; and finally, (4) Perspectives of Munk Graduate Students on Artificial Intelligence (AI) in the New Economy, which will only feature graduate students. The knowledge and experience gained will be both applicable and relevant to students as they transition out of academia and begin to navigate the complexities of the current labour market.

PANEL 1: Investing in the New Economy: Latin America
Panelists: Jonathan Hausman, Jesus Bravo, Daniel Bernhard, Moderator: Dr. Darius Ornston
PANEL 2: Migration and its Effect on the New Economy
Panelists: Dr. Sharry Aiken, Alexia Campbell, Dr. John Isbister
PANEL 3: Canada’s Role in the New Economy
Panelists: Dr. Trevin Stratton, Professor Paul Acchione, Adam Jagelewski, Dr. Danny Harvey, Moderator: Dr. Enid Slack
PANEL 4: Munk Graduate Students Panel: AI in the New Economy
Moderator: Dr. Robert Austin


Sole Fernandez


Munk School of Global Affairs and Public Policy

University of Toronto Graduate Student Union

Master of Global Affairs Student Union

CERES student Union

Student Initiative Fund

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