A special new Economics chapter of the Carleton University Alumni Association (CUAA) was officially launched in October 2014, with a volunteer board of Carleton Economics alumni working together with representatives of the CUAA and the Department of Economics, to provide an umbrella organization for Carleton Economics alumni activities. For further information, please join our Carleton Economics Alumni Facebook and LinkedIn Groups.
Economics Alumni Chapter welcomes Economics grads
Presentation video below: Eighth Annual Economics Alumni Event at Throwback 2021 featuring Guest of Honour Armine Yalnizyan, Atkinson Foundation Fellow on the Future of Workers and celebrated Canadian economist and social commentator.
Presentation video below: Seventh Annual Economics Alumni Reception Virtual Event featuring guest speaker Glen Hodgson, one of Canada’s leading economists. Mr. Hodgson has 37 years of experience in global and Canadian macroeconomics, international trade analysis and finance, fiscal policy, and other “big picture” topics.
Pictured below: Sixth Annual Economics Alumni Reception Guest of Honour Peter Hall MA/87 (Chief Economist and Vice-President, Export Development Canada) with Zach Taylor (Co-President, Economics Alumni Chapter), Professor Simon Power, Glen Barber (Inaugural President, Economics Alumni Chapter), Karla Cisneros, and David Mayer (Co-President, Economics Alumni Chapter).
Pictured below: Fifth Annual Economics Alumni Reception Guest of Honour Anil Arora, Chief Statistician of Canada, prepares to address a packed audience at Bakers on September 13, 2018.
Pictured below: Guest of Honour, alumnus Gregory Ip (BAHons/89 Economics and Journalism), Chief Economics Commentator, Wall Street Journal addresses alumni, faculty and current students at the Fourth Annual Economics Alumni Reception at Throwback 2017 celebrations.
Pictured below: Third Annual Economics Alumni Reception Guest of Honour Wayne Smith (Carleton BAHons/79, MA/85), former Chief Statistician of Canada, Professor André Plourde, Dean of the Faculty of Public Affairs, and Professor Christopher Worswick, Chair of the Department of Economics.
(Chris Roussakis/ for National Post)