Bank of Canada

The Bank of Canada opened its doors in March 1935. It performs specialized duties essential to the functioning of the Canadian economy, including $15 billion in payments processed daily by the Bank within the large-value payment system, and the management of more than $600 billion in federal government debt and $68 billion in foreign reserves. 

The Bank continues to broaden its research and analysis of structural and sectoral issues, while establishing research partnerships with outside institutions and individuals. The bank offers a wide data base of working papers, discussion papers, technical reports. Moreover it offers conferences, seminars and workshops in the fields of economics, public policy and financial markets.  

In order to encourage research, the bank offers research grants for leading academics at Canadian universities provided under the fellowship program, in addition it offers awards for the best academic and student paper from the annual meetings of the institution. The research topics are: monetary policy, financial system, currency and funds management and banking. 

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234 Laurier Avenue West

Ottawa, CA