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SFU experts available on upcoming federal and provincial budgets
On Monday, April 19, the federal government will unveil its 2021 budget – the first budget to be tabled in over two years. The following day, April 20, the B.C. government will also table its first budget.
The following SFU experts are available to comment on issues related to the budgets and the possible political and economic implications that may follow.
AVAILABLE SFU EXPERTS
PETER HALL, professor, Urban Studies, email@example.com
Topic: Budget matters related to cities, infrastructure, transportation, port cities
ANDREY PAVLOV, professor, Beedie School of Business
Topic: Impact of spending, deficit, tax changes on the economy and housing market
STEWART PREST, lecturer, Political Science, firstname.lastname@example.org
Topic: Broader political implications of the speech; what it implies for the priorities for each government, particularly at the federal level, and the implications for a potential election
BRADEN MCMILLAN, SFU Communications & Marketing
236.880.3459 | email@example.com
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