Queen's Economic Forum

2017

Pushing Economics Forward

The Queen’s Economic Forum is an organization that consistently runs conferences throughout the academic year. Its primary goal is to provide first-hand professional opportunities and experiences for students at Queen’s.

As Canada’s only undergraduate conference focused solely on economics and digital information, Economics in the Digital Age (EDA) allows students to enhance their understanding of economics’ role in ‘Big Data’. At EDA, Canada’s top undergraduate students will have oportunities to utilize their quantitive, qualitative and analytical abilities when confronted by workshops, dynamic simulations and a case competition. This three day conference will act as a platform for students to collaborate in an academic and competitive playground.


Economics of Energy (E^2) allows students to grow their understanding of economics’ role in the energy market. This conference focuses on specific factors that influence economic agents, such as firms, individuals and governments, when supplying energy. E^2 explores the roles of regulatory and alternative market structures on such activities, as well as economic distributional impacts, and environmental consequences. This three day conference will act as a platform for students to collaborate in an open and inclusive academic environment.

Forum Sponsorship Information

We are proud to offer sponsorship opportunities for corporations seeking partnership with the entire Queen’s Economic Forum