Speeches

  • April 22, 2004

    Research in Financial Services and Public Policy - Filling the Gaps

    Remarks David Dodge Conference on Financial Services and Public Policy Schulich School of Business at York University Toronto, Ontario
    For five years, the research program here at Schulich has helped to support and nurture a Canadian academic community focused on financial services. In doing so, the program has encouraged researchers to fill the gaps in our knowledge and help policy-makers and regulators to do a better job. After five years, it's useful to think back and recall the motivations for establishing this program in the first place.
    Content Type(s): Press, Speeches
  • April 21, 2004

    Opening Statement before the House of Commons Finance Committee

    Opening Statement David Dodge House of Commons Finance Committee
    The Canadian economy continues to adjust to developments in the global economy such as stronger world demand, higher commodity prices, and the realignment of world currencies, including the Canadian dollar. Emerging-market economies, especially China and India, are contributing to intensified competition but are also creating new trading opportunities for Canada.
    Content Type(s): Press, Speeches
  • April 20, 2004

    Opening Statement before the Senate Banking, Trade and Commerce Committee

    Opening Statement David Dodge Senate Banking, Trade and Commerce Committee
    The Canadian economy continues to adjust to developments in the global economy such as stronger world demand, higher commodity prices, and the realignment of world currencies, including the Canadian dollar. Emerging-market economies, especially China and India, are contributing to intensified competition but are also creating new trading opportunities for Canada.
    Content Type(s): Press, Speeches
  • April 19, 2004

    Economic and Financial Policies for Growth in the Americas: A Canadian Perspective

    Remarks David Dodge Council of the Americas New York, New York
    The giant emerging-market economies of China and India are truly changing the economic balance across the Pacific in a way that none of us can afford to ignore. The sheer size of these two economies is very impressive in itself: together, they account for close to 40 per cent of the world's population.
    Content Type(s): Press, Speeches
  • April 15, 2004

    Release of the Monetary Policy Report

    Opening Statement David Dodge
    The Canadian economy continues to adjust to developments in the global economy, such as stronger world demand, higher commodity prices, and the realignment of world currencies, including the Canadian dollar.
    Content Type(s): Press, Speeches

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