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Event/Événement : Creative economy, rural businesses and communities, seminar series

Source: The Monieson Centre.
This seminar series examines economic transformation as businesses rely less on physical labour and routinized tasks, and compete increasingly using talent and technology. The series focuses on Ontario in the Creative Age, exploring how rural businesses and communities need not get left behind.

The creative economy: Fact and fiction

January 26, 2010, Dr. Betsy Donald, Queen's University

The rural creative economy: Issues and challenges

February 16, 2010, Dr. Kevin Stolarick, Martin Prosperity Institute

The creative economy In Ontario: A Prince Edward County case example
March 23, 2010, Dan Taylor, Prince Edward County Economic Development and Dr. Greg Spencer, Munk Centre, University of Toronto

The creative economy: Rural policy implications
April, 27, 2010, Ann-Marie Kelleher, Ontario Ministry of Agriculture, Food and Rural Affairs and Professor Jennifer Massey, Queen's University

The rural creative economy: Agenda for research
May 25, 2010, Dr. Yolande Chan and Erik Lockhart, Queen's School of Business and Craig Desjardins, Prince Edward/Lennox & Addington CFDC

Lectures run from 12-12:55pm. Optional discussion periods follow.
A light lunch will be served at 11:45am in 304 Goodes Hall, 143 Union Street.

Supported by Prince Edward/Lennox & Addington Community Futures Development Corporation (PELA CFDC)

Creative Economy Seminar Series

The Monieson Centre
Queen's School of Business, Queen's University
Kingston, Ontario, Canada K7L 3N6


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