In 2023, the City of Winnipeg’s economy continues to recover from the COVID-19 pandemic. Adaptation and recovery continue to be uneven; some are doing well, while others continue to struggle.
Paul Beckta and Tyler Kroeker presented on baseline macroeconomic and financial data that tells the story of the state of Winnipeg’s economy. This includes visualizations of demographics from Census 2021, and the ongoing adaptations in work patterns in 2023.
Paul is a senior economist within the CAO’s office at the City of Winnipeg. He specializes in macroeconomic analysis, economic impact analysis, and forecasting with a particular interest in stock-flow consistent models. He holds a Master’s Degree in Economics from the University of Ottawa. Prior to joining the City in 2019, he was an economist with the Manitoba Bureau of Statistics.
Tyler is a senior economist within the CAO’s office at the City of Winnipeg. Tyler conducts Economic Impacts Analysis, Financial Modeling and Forecasting, Casual Inference and Policy Analysis, and Geospatial Analysis. He communicates these results in papers and presentations on behalf of the City of Winnipeg. He holds a Masters in Economic Policy from McMaster University and a bachelor’s degree in Economics from the University of Manitoba.
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