The Canadian Political Science Association's 1964 Conference on Statistics was held in Charlottetown on June 13 and 14. The general theme of the Conference was Regional Statistical Studies. Twelve papers were presented and of these nine are included in this volume.
About the authors
Raised in Winnipeg, educated at the finest schools and possessed of a mind that is acute, quick, thoughtful, and deep, Dr. Sylvia Ostry has been a senior public servant, an international advisor, an acclaimed scholar, and a prolific writer. She has participated in some of the most important economic gatherings of our time and deserves no small amount of the credit for their achievements. She teaches and writes, researches and advises Canadian and international organizations about where the world is headed and how that could or should change.
THOMAS KENNETH RYMES was a Distinguished Research Professor of Economics at Carleton University.