The Hill Times writes, “Mr. Crowley’s opinion is seen as very well-respected within the Finance Minister’s Office.” The article points out that the Finance Department is “one of the most influential departments in government.”
“Making the list, is an indication of the calibre of research conducted by
“He is an asset to the department, as he has always been an asset to the Institute and will continue to be when he returns,” he said.
The post of Clifford Clark Visiting Economist at the Department of Finance, established in 1983, honours the late Dr. Clifford Clark, who served as Deputy Minister of Finance from 1932 until his death in 1952. Occupants of the position advise the department on emerging economic issues and take part in policy development at the highest level. They are recruited from the ranks of prominent Canadian professionals who deal with economic, financial and monetary areas in the business and academic communities.
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