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2015 Call for Presentations

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PNREC 2015 will be in Bellingham

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Sailboat_BakerThe 2015 Pacific Northwest Regional Economic Conference (PNREC) will be held in Bellingham, WA on April 23 – 24 Conference registration and hotel reservation information is in the sidebar to the right. The early registration rate expires after March 31st.

PNREC brings together members of the business, government, and academic communities to explore major economic trends and issues in the Pacific Northwest.

CONFERENCE DATES:April 23-24, 2015
CONFERENCE THEME:“Challenges and Opportunities in the Pacific Northwest”
CONFERENCE SITE:Best Western Plus Lakeway Inn, Bellingham, WA.
PLENARY SPEAKERS: Plenary sessions will feature prominent experts as either individual speakers or as participants in panel discussions. Sessions will include:

- National Outlook Speaker, Duncan Meldrum, Hilltop Economics LLC.

- Thursday Lunch Speaker, Tim Wojan, Economic Research Service, USDA.

- Financial Market Speaker, Ashby Monk, Stanford University and Oxford University.

- Energy Speaker, Peter MacConnachie, Suncor Energy.

- Tiebout Lecture, Jean-Claude Thill, UNC-Charlotte. The title for the Tiebout lecture will be “Urban Variety Across Space and Through Time: A Study of Urban Community Quality of Life”.

- The annual State, Province, and Territory Outlook Session, featuring well-known regional economists .

CONCURRENT SESSIONS:The 2015 PNREC will include 16-20 breakout sessions on topics related to the regional economy. You are invited to attend the conference and to submit proposals for papers, panels, or themed paper sessions.

PNREC welcomes all submissions related to the regional economy. Topics of interest for concurrent sessions might include:

• technology, demographics and economic development
• the economic implications of defining a Salish Sea region
• ​energy, carbon and the environment
• transportation and export of energy resources
• water resources
• income inequality
• regional economic growth
• transportation infrastructure and constrained public budgets
• student research projects

Click here for a printer-friendly version of the PNREC 2015 Call for Presentations .

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