Maxim Armstrong is an economist within the Canadian Industrial Outlook Service group. He is responsible for the research and the forecast of several industries. When he first joined the Conference Board, Maxim was part of the Centre for Municipal Studies for which he was in charge of the forecast of several metropolitan areas. He also contributed to several projects, such as the fiscal situation of cities, economic benchmarking analyses and various regional studies.
Prior to working for the Conference Board, Maxim’s experience was with the International Forecasting Division of the Québec Department of Finance, where he was responsible for the U.S. economic forecast and other studies focusing on Québec-U.S. economic relations.
Maxim Armstrong obtained his M.A. in economics and his B.A. from the Laval University.
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