The Pacific Northwest Regional Economic Conference is a non-profit organization established to promote research and education on the economy of the Northwest states and western Canada. The objectives of the Conference are:
The Pacific Northwest Regional Economic Conference: 51 Years and Counting
- To present a program of professional papers, panels and symposia that relate to regional economics.
- To enable distinguished regional scientists and policy analysts from elsewhere to play a featured role at the Conference.
- To provide a forum for those from academia, business, and government to meet and interact professionally.
- To introduce and share current regional economic research with students, business and community leaders.
The three links below provide an overview of the past, present, and future of PNREC. The material in these links was written by Gus Mattersdorff, Chris Lawless and Patrick Balducci. Gus Mattersdorff, who passed away in 2012, was a past-executive secretary and director of PNREC and professor emeritus of economics, Lewis and Clark College, Portland, Oregon. Chris Lawless is a current PNREC director and Vice President, CABE director and past-president and chief economist, British Columbia Investment Management Corporation, Victoria, BC. Patrick Balducci is the current PNREC President and a Chief Economist at the Pacific Northwest National Laboratory.
Covid-Economics in the Northwest
May 24-26, 2021
Call for Abstracts
Please send your abstracts (400 words or less) to Anneliese Vance-Sherman and Scott Bailey at firstname.lastname@example.org
by March 1, 2021.
Free webinar from the PNREC
ECONOMIC OUTLOOK: PACIFIC NORTHWEST STATES & PROVINCES
July 30, 2020 2:00pm – 3:00pm (PST)
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