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Greek Consulate General in Toronto


We are extremely proud to support The Hellenic Canadian Academic Association of Ontario (HCAAO) 1st Symposium to be held on Saturday, April 8th 2017, 10am-5pm at Sandford Fleming Building, University of Toronto, room SF 1101, 10 King's College Rd, Toronto.

The Symposium will showcase the research and work of the Greek and Greek- Canadian academic community in Ontario and aims to strengthen the links between the academic community and the public.

The final agenda of the Symposium includes four sessions with presentations from 17 faculty members of Ontario academic institutions covering various disciplines, as well as one session with graduate student presentations (please look at www.hcaaosymposium.com/program me for themes, titles and abstracts).

Keynote speaker at the event is Professor Michalis Psalidopoulos, Alternate Executive Director at the International Monetary Fund (IMF) and Professor of the History of Economic Thought, Department of Economics, University of Athens, Greece. His talk will be on “The global economic crisis of 2008 and the battle of economic ideas”. The talk will be followed by a Panel Discussion with distinguished guest and local academics, which will be loosely centered around the multi-faceted consequences of the Greek Crisis.

The event is open to the academic community, students, the press, and the public. For more information and registration please visitwww.hcaaosymposium.com. Seating is limited, so please register if you plan on attending.

Hope to see you there, and please pass this event on to those who may be interested in attending.

George J. Georgopoulos President, Hellenic Canadian Academic Association Associate Professor of Economics, York University Senior Fellow, Massey College, University of Toronto

SYMPOSIUM ORGANIZING COMMITTEE: George Georgopoulos, PhD Associate Professor, Dept. Economics, York University Sakis Gekas, PhD Associate Professor, Dept.History, HHF Chair, York University Ioannis Dimitriou, PhD Scientist, Princess Margaret Center, Toronto Petros Pechlivanoglou, PhD Scientist, The Hospital for Sick Children, Toronto


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