September 27 and 28

HEC Montréal – Hélène-Desmarais Building
Room A.668 Luc-Poirier
501 De la Gauchetière W street, Montréal, QC H2Z 1Z5

Immigration Policies: Economic issues

Dive into the complex interactions between immigration, temporary workers, firms, and productivity at our academic conference on September 27-28, 2024. This event will cover essential topics such as the economic and social impacts of immigration on labor markets, challenges and opportunities for temporary workers, implications for firms in terms of recruitment and talent management, and the effects of immigration on productivity and economic growth. Other issues related to the interactions between the labor market and immigration will also be explored.

Organized by the Power Corporation of Canada Chair in Labor Relations Dynamics, Compensation, and Benefits and the Jacques-Parizeau Research Chair in Economic Policies, in collaboration with the CIQSS and the Productivity Partnership, this conference offers you a platform for exchange on the most current and relevant topics in the field. We are honored to welcome Professor Christian Dustmann from University College London (UCL) as our keynote speaker. Take this unique opportunity to enhance your knowledge, engage in discussions with renowned experts, and contribute to debates on important issues.

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