Statistics Canada is delighted that James Tebrake, Director General, from the Macroeconomic Accounts Branch will be presenting a free online learning session on:
Statistics Canada: Measuring and analyzing the economy in an increasingly digitalized world
During this one hour webinar, James will be discussing the challenges Statistics Canada, and data users, are facing when measuring and analyzing the economy in an increasingly digitalized world.
Specifically he will explore:
- What is changing?
- What this means for the way we measure the economy
- What this means for the way we analyze the economy
The webinar will be in English on September 26, 2018 from 10:30 a.m. to 11:30 a.m., EST
To register for the session, click HERE.
Please note: Advanced registration is required. As spaces are limited, please register early!
James Tebrake graduated from McMaster University with an Honours B.A. in Economics and Carleton University where he obtained a Master’s Degree in Economics. From the time he joined Statistics Canada in 1992, he has worked in a number of areas in the Economic Statistics Field including International Trade Statistics and Industry Statistics. He is currently Director General of the Macroeconomic Indicators such as Gross Domestic Product, National net worth, labour productivity, balance of payments and government revenues, expenditures and levels of debt.