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What Kind of a Financial System do Canadians Want? Implications of Globalization and Current Canadian Policies for the Future of the Canadian Financial System (Working Paper 2)
This paper examines the longer term outlook for the Canadian financial services industry and its governance. Attention is paid to what would happen to the Canadian financial system and its governance, federal and ...
The Debate on First Nations Education Funding: Mind the Gap (Working Paper 49)
It is at long last becoming part of the public discourse that improving living conditions and opportunities for First Nations communities in Canada is a national imperative. It is also widely recognized that the education ...
An Evidence-Based Approach to Access Reform (Working Paper 22)
In August 2000, the federal government began an internal review of the Access to Information Act (ATIA). The ATIA gives Canadians a qualified right of access to records held by federal institutions. Decisions about reform ...
Probing the Aftermyth of Seattle : Canadian Public Opinion on International Trade, 1980-2000 (Working Paper 12)
This is a revised version of a paper presented to the 2000 National Policy Research Conference, Ottawa, December 1, 2000.
Immigrant Earnings : Age at Immigration Matters (Working Paper 20)
A correlation between age at immigration and earnings is observed in Canadian census data. The evidence supports three underlying sources of the effect; first, work experience in the source country yields virtually no ...
Cape Breton Provides Pointers for the Adjustment Programs Required by the Decline of the Old Economy (Working Paper 14)
The Cape Breton Development Corporation need not, should not, be dying in the way it is. “Devco” has been widely represented as a failure dragged out too long. In fact it had for a time considerable success in a role ...
What’s a Country For? The Social Contract in the Global Era (Working Paper 11)
Presentation to the Conference on “Rethinking the Line: the Canada-U.S. Border,” Vancouver, British Columbia, October 22-25, 2000.
A Framework for Citizen-Centred Social Statistics and Analysis (Working Paper 48)
Economic policy-making has long been more integrated than social policy-making in part because the statistics and much of the analysis that supports economic policy are based on a common conceptual framework – the system ...