Senior Economist, Global Commerce Centre
Jacqueline Palladini contributes to research on global trade and investment as part of the Global Commerce Centre. She specializes in analyzing global trends and their impacts on Canadian businesses, industries, and regional economies. She has experience analyzing Canada’s trade with Asia, services trade, developing forecasting models, and conducting custom research, including economic impact analyses. Prior to joining the Global Commerce Centre, Jacqueline spent several years forecasting the economies of Ontario, B.C. and the territories, and the performance of the mining and motor vehicles and parts industries. Jacqueline also spent four years working as a demographics expert on a technical assistance project in Ukraine. She trained municipal staff on how to forecast their regions' populations, and helped Ukrainian professors design a technical course on the topic. Jacqueline holds a M.A. in economics with a specialization in social statistics from McGill University and a B.Sc. with distinction from the University of Victoria.