The New Economy Series
The New Economy Series—a partnership between the Canada School of Public Service and the Centre for International Governance Innovation (CIGI)—is a new learning series that aims to support public servants in navigating the modern economy and in preparing for the ways it will influence day-to-day work.
Events in the series will cover specific topics related to the new economy, including data, foreign direct investment, cybersecurity, privacy, intellectual property, as well as the latest developments on COVID-19 and its effects on the emerging economy. In addition to presenting the features of the new economy, the series will help public servants understand how the economy is changing and how they can best adapt to it.
|June 10, 2021
||Leading in an Era of Disruption
|May 25, 2021
||The Economics of Attention
|February 16, 2021
||The Era of Winner-Take-Most Economics
|January 12, 2021
|| Digital Identity as a New Policy Frontier
|December 1, 2020
||Standards and Governance
|October 20, 2020
|September 11, 2020
||Governing Cross-Border Data Flows
|August 13, 2020
|July 8, 2020
||The Data-Driven Economy
|May 21, 2020
||The Importance of the Intangibles Economy
Additional events in this series will be added to this page and our main Events page as they are confirmed.
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