Canadian Public Policy/Analyse de politiques

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Current Issue and Forthcoming Papers

The list below contain papers which have been accepted by the Canadian Public Policy/Analyse de politiques for publication and will appear in the next scheduled issues.

The publication plans listed on this page represent our best guess as to the contents of future issues of the CPP/Adp. The Editors reserve the right to change the contents of any forthcoming issue at their discretion. Similarly, the list of accepted papers is provided for informational purposes only and does not represent an absolute commitment to publish. The Editors reserve the right to withhold from publication any paper on this list if, in their view, circumstances warrant.
 

Volume 46, No. 2 June 2020

Reforming Canada’s Disaster Assistance Programs by James B. Davies

The Role of Central Banks by Stephen Williamson 

Improvements in Electronic Job Alerts and the Labour Market Experience of Unemployed Workers: Evidence from the Connecting Canadians with Available Jobs Initiative by Vera Brencic, Julie Dubois and Lucie Morin

Trends in Parental Time Allocated to Child Care: Evidence from Canada, 1986–2010 by Lan Wei 

After-Hours Incentives and Emergency Department Visits: Evidence from Ontario by Rose Anne Devlin, Koffi Kpelitse, Lihua Li, Nirav Mehta and Sisira Sarma

Short-Term Effects of the Comprehensive Economic and Trade Agreement on Municipal Procurement in Canada by Dmitry Lysenko, Elizabeth Schwartz and Saul Schwartz

Do Subnational Agreements Induce Interprovincial Migration? Empirical Evidence from Canada’s Aggregate Migration Patterns by Mustafa Rafat Zaman

The Leadership Legacy of Commission Chairs: Building on and Extending a Comparative Study of Ten Canadian Commissions of Inquiry by Joe Wallis and Tor Brodtkorb

 

Special issue : The Pandemic COVID-19, volume 1/3  July 2020

Articles appearing in this section have undergone peer review and been accepted for publication by the Canadian Public Policy. Due to the importance of the subject matter, and the rapidly changing nature of the topic, these pre-publication versions of the articles have been released. Final, copyedited, and formatted versions will be published at a later date.

Radical Incrementalism and Trust in the Citizen: Income Security in Canada in the Time of Covid-19 by Jennifer Robson

Remote Work and Employment Dynamics under Covid-19: Evidence from Canada by Guillermo  Gallacher and Iqbal Hossain

Initial Impacts of the COVID-19 Pandemic on the Canadian Labour Market by Thomas Lemieux, Kevin Milligan, Tammy Schirle and Mikal Skuterud

The Geography of Social Distancing in Canada: Evidence from Facebook by Jeff Chan

The Effect of Differences in Treatment of the Canada Response Benefit Across Provincial and Territorial Income Assistance Programs by Gillian Petit and Lindsay M. Tedds

La pandémie immunise-t-elle les Québécois contre l’impôt? by Luc Godbout, Antoine Genest-Grégoire, Jean-Herman Guay and Anthony Pham

The Short Term Effect of COVID-19 on Self-Employed Workers in Canada by Louis-Philippe Beland, Tobi Fakorede and Derek Mikola

Pandemic School Closures May Increase Inequality in Test Scores by Catherine Haeck and Pierre Lefebvre

 

Special issue : The Pandemic COVID-19, volume 2/3  August 2020

Articles appearing in this section have undergone peer review and been accepted for publication by the Canadian Public Policy. Due to the importance of the subject matter, and the rapidly changing nature of the topic, these pre-publication versions of the articles have been released. Final, copyedited, and formatted versions will be published at a later date.


Do COVID-19 Policies Affect Mobility Behaviour? Evidence from 75 Canadian and American Cities by David A. Armstrong II, Matthew Lebo and Jack Lucas

Does policy flux undermine compliance? The case of mask adoption in Canada during COVID-19 by Anwar Mohammed, Regan M. Johnston and Clifton van der Linden

COVID-19 and the Gender Employment Gap Among Parents of Young Children by Yue Qian and Sylvia Fuller

Canadian electricity markets during the COVID-19 pandemic: An initial assessment by Andrew Leach, Nicholas Rivers and Blake Shaffer

Homeless Shelter Flows in Calgary and the Potential Impact of COVID-19 by Ali Jadidzadeh and Ron Kneebone

Playbook for labour policies for unanticipated tempory shocks by Morley Gunderson

Waiting for Recovery: The Canadian Labour Market in June 2020 by W Craig Riddell, Stephen Jones, Fabian Lange and Casey Warman

 

New articles will follow shortly. This page will be updated every day.  

 

Volume 46, No. 3 September 2020

Articles
The Tax Consequences of Legal Cannabis by Ian Irvine and Miles Light 

Who Doesn't File a Tax Return?: A Portrait of Nonfilers by Jennifer Robson and Saul Schwartz

Marital Property Laws and Women's Labour Supply by Stéphanie Lluis and Yazhuo Pan

An exploration of the role of education in intergenerational income mobility in Canada: Evidence from the Longitudinal and International Study of Adults by Gaëlle Simard-Duplain and Xavier St-Denis

Using an Engel Curve Approach to Infer Experienced Cost of Living of Canadian Households by J. C. Herbert Emery and Xiaolin Guo

Similarity in evaluation: favouritism and quality taking into account group dynamics by Vincent Chandler

Who to inspect? Using employee complaint data to inform workplace inspections in Ontario by Andrea M. Noack, Alice Hoe and Leah F. Vosko

Commentary
On Reducing the Sexual Assault of Women: What Can Economists Contribute to the Debate? by Mukesh Eswaran

 

Special issue : The Pandemic COVID-19, volume 3/3  October 2020

Articles appearing in this section have undergone peer review and been accepted for publication by the Canadian Public Policy. Due to the importance of the subject matter, and the rapidly changing nature of the topic, these pre-publication versions of the articles have been released. Final, copyedited, and formatted versions will be published at a later date.

New articles will follow shortly. This page will be updated every day.  

 

Accepted Papers Forthcoming in Future Issues

Partisan priorities under fiscal constraints in Canadian provinces by Olivier Jacques