Author: McArthur, Doug
Author: Ivanova, Iglika
Author: Dobrzanski, Chris
Author: Garrosino, Sandy
Since the 2008 global financial earthquake, the world economy has continued to be turbulent. The roundtable discussion focussed on the Canadian economy within the 2012 global environment, but with a specific Vancouver and BC based perspective. Each of the panellists, from their own vantage point, talked about concerns with the economy, opportunities in the mid and long term for BC, and public policy ideas that they would put forward to improve the BC economy. The discussion was followed by a Q and A with the audience. The panellists included: Doug McArthur is a Distinguished Professor in the Graduate School of Public Policy at SFU. Previously, he was a Senior Fellow in Public Policy at UBC and served in a number of senior positions in the civil service in BC. Iglika Ivanova is an economist and Public Interest Researcher at the B.C. Office of the Canadian Centre for Policy Alternatives in Vancouver. She researches and writes on issues of government finance and taxation, how they relate to the accessibility and quality of public services in B.C., and also to the quality of life of all British Columbians. Chris Dobrzanski joined Citizens Bank of Canada (CB) as president and CEO on January 1, 2010. He is also the Senior Vice President, Risk Management and Operations for Vancity Credit Union.Sandy Garossino is the CEO of Intellex Legal Project Management. She has several years experience integrating and coordinating global teams of professionals in a range of disciplines from legal work to digital media and the music industry. Garossino is a weekly panellist on the Bill Good Show and former candidate for Vancouver City Council.
This video is part of the Simon Fraser University Woodward’s Office of Community Engagement (SFU Vancity Office of Community Engagement) series of public talks and accessible education opportunities.
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