Jayson Myers is a well-known economic commentator, and is widely published in the fields of Canadian and international economics, technological and industrial change. As CME's Chief Economist, he led the association's Manufacturing 20/20 initiative, the largest cross-country consultation ever convened by Canada's business community on the future of manufacturing in Canada. He has been recognized by consulting firm Watson Wyatt as the most accurate economic forecaster in Canada.
Industry Expertise (8)
Logistics and Supply Chain
Import and Export
International Trade and Development
Areas of Expertise (6)
Manufacturing and Exports
Taxation and Business
Mr. Myers is a consultant on Canadian and international business affairs for Oxford Analytica, an international consulting group based at Oxford University.
Research Fellow (professional)
Mr. Myers has held appointments as a research fellow at Nuffield College, Oxford.
Mr. Myers is Chair of the Canadian Manufacturing Coalition, a coalition of more than 48 industry associations that have come together to speak with a common voice on priority issues for Canada's Manufacturing sector.
Vice Chair (professional)
Mr. Myers is Vice Chair of both the Ontario Manufacturing Council and the Great Lakes Manufacturing Council.
Mr. Myers is co-chair of the Work & Learning Knowledge Centre of the Canadian Council on Learning.
Member of Advisory Councils (professional)
Mr. Myers sits on special advisory councils to the Minister for International Trade, the Minister of Industry, and the Canadian Border Services Agency.
University of British Columbia:
London School of Economics:
Sample Talks (1)
Roadmap to Economic Recovery
Mr. Myers spoke at the College of Management and Economics, University of Guelph, in September, 2011. The title of his presentation - "Roadmap to Economic Recovery."
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