The Conference Board of Canada (CBoC) is the foremost independent, not-for-profit applied research organization in Canada. It was founded in 1954 and now it has its offices in the US and Europe.
CBoC aims to build leadership capacity of Canada's government and private companies through establishing partnership networks, applied researches, training and analytical support.
CBoC's key priorities: analysis of economic trends; benchmarking; demographic and economic forecasting; applied researches in human resources, leadership, education, technology and innovation, energy and transport, environment, migration, defence and public security, health and welfare, trade, investment policy and international cooperation.
Forms of Activity
CBoC realizes its priorities through establishing partnership networks, holding training activities, developing analytical products and providing tailored research services. CBoC consolidates over 8,000 organizations and 100,000 individuals representing leading international corporations, public institutions and agencies, trade unions, industrial and trade associations, universities and think tanks.
Besides Ukraine, CBoC is implementing international projects in China, India, Bangladesh, Thailand, Vietnam as well as in Africa, Latin America and Caribbean region.
Mission in Ukraine
CBoC has been working in Ukraine since 1999 and has successfully implemented a number of long-term projects aimed at building capacity of authorities (such as the State Statistics Committee of Ukraine, the Ministry of Economy of Ukraine, the Ministry of Finance of Ukraine, the National Bank of Ukraine and the Administration of the President of Ukraine) and non-governmental think tanks for modelling economic processes, assessing social and economic development level, analysing macroeconomic and budget indicators, etc.
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