You’re Invited to Attend EFC’s
Economic Forecast Day
September 22, 2022 | 1:00 pm EST | Zoom Webinar | $195 pp
Can’t attend? This session will be recorded. A copy of the recording will be delivered to all registered members only.
Stay ahead of the ever-changing market risks and opportunities. Attend EFC’s Economic Forecast Day for an outlook on 2022/2023. This annual event that delivers global, national and regional economic forecasts delivered by premier economists. This year’s speakers include:
- Maureen Farrow, President, Economap Inc. will discuss “The Question is Not Whether the Global Economy is Slowing Down But Whether a Full Blown Recession/Stagflation Can Be Avoided”
Maureen will discuss:
With economic conditions deteriorating around the world it is necessary to assess the pace of the slowdown and whether Stagflation or a Full Blown Recession can be avoided. At the centre of the slowdown is the necessity to contain the inflation bubble, which requires higher interest rates. The months ahead pose a number of headwinds for businesses to navigate; inflation, labour shortages/cost, rising interest rates, supply chain disruptions, and a broad deterioration in global security and economic cooperation. These challenges will be discussed globally but with an emphasis on the United States, Canada, Europe, and China.
- Alex Carrick, Chief Economist, ConstructConnect, will highlight economic and construction outlooks for the U.S. and Canada while sharing cyclincal elements on labour and rising interest rates.
Alex will discuss:
Alex Carrick will highlight economic and construction outlooks for the U.S. and Canada, emphasizing the latter a good deal more. Cyclical elements, such as material and labour shortages and rising interest rates, may hold back onsite activity in the short term. But there are also important factors at play, especially efforts at decarbonization, that point to increasing demand for certain raw materials and alterations in industrial production processes that will require massive amounts of capital spending. These will be the mega-sized projects that return to boost construction throughout much of this decade. It’s generally conceded that achieving a cleaner environment will draw on the strength of electric power generation, transmission, and storage.
Join your industry colleagues for this informative event and learn about current economic trends impacting the Global and Canadian market as well as macroeconomic forecasts and construction outlooks for the U.S. and Canada.
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Maureen Farrow, Economap Inc. Bio:
Maureen Farrow is President of Economap Inc., a strategic economic advisory consultancy service for businesses and government. The firm specializes in interpreting the impact of global economic trends on financial markets to assist portfolio managers with asset allocation decisions. During her career, Maureen has specialized in applied economics, forecasting and policy development.
Maureen currently serves as a member of the Investment Committees of the WCB of British Columbia and the Workplace Safety & Insurance Board of Ontario. In 1991, Maureen was made a Fellow of the Institute of Management Consultants, in honour of her contribution as an economist to the business community. In 1996, Maureen received the Commemorative Medal marking the 125th Anniversary of Confederation.
Maureen will share her expert insight on current global economic trends, international trade issues, and Canadian and regional economics.
Alex Carrick, Chief Economist, ConstructConnect Bio:
Mr. Carrick has degrees in Economics from the University of Western Ontario and the University of Toronto. For the first 13 years of his career, he worked for the Canadian Institute of Steel Construction. For the past three decades, Mr. Carrick has been with CanaData, the leading supplier of statistics and forecasting information for the Canadian construction industry. CanaData is a product line of ConstructConnect based in Ohio, where Mr. Carrick is now the Canadian Chief Economist and also the U.S. Chief Economist.
He has written thousands of articles and delivered numerous presentations on the world, U.S. & Canadian economic and construction outlooks and he has a strong social media presence, with tens of thousands of followers on Twitter and Linkedin.