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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 47, No. 1 March 2021

Material Deprivation: Measuring Poverty by Counting Necessities Households Cannot Afford by Geranda Notten and Julie Kaplan

Recognizing Indigenous Rights in Canada: Property Rights and Natural Resource Values by Ian Keay and Cherie Metcalf

Playing with Fire? Household Debt near Retirement in Canada by Nicolas Bédard and Pierre-Carl Michaud

Stratification in postsecondary education and self-rated health among Canadian adults by Anna Zajacova and Anthony Jehn

Trends in Cognitive Skill Inequalities by Socio-Economic Status across Canada by Catherine Haeck and Pierre Lefebvre

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

Volume 47, No. 2 June 2021

Canadian Policing and Body-Worn Cameras: Factors to Contemplate in Developing Body-Worn Camera Policy by Alana Saulnier, Jason Bagg and Bradley Thompson

Superstar search: Studying the current and potential populations of Canadian exporters and foreign direct investors abroad by Stephen Tapp and Beiling Yan

Fiscal Impact of Recent Immigrants to Canada by Constantine Kapsalis

The Impact of Self-government, Comprehensive Land Claims and Opt-in Arrangements on Income Inequality in Indigenous Communities in Canada by Krishna Pendakur and Ravi Pendakur

The COVID-19 Pandemic / La pandémie de COVID-19 :

Food insecurity amid the COVID-19 pandemic: food charity, government assistance and employment by Fei Men and Valerie Tarasuk

Perceptions of Canadian Federal Policy Responses to COVID-19 among People with Disabilities and Chronic Health Conditions by David Pettinicchio, Michelle Maroto and Martin Lukk

COVID-19 Health Precautions: Identifying Demographic and Socioeconomic Disparities and Changes Over Time by Anthony Jehn and Anna Zajacova 

COVID and the Economic Importance of In-Person K-12 Schooling by David A. Green, Ali Karimirad, Gaëlle Simard-Duplain and Henry E. Siu

The Economic and Long-Term Health Consequences of Canadian Covid Lockdowns by Kevin A.Bryan, Emmalin Buajitti, Laura C. Rosella and Vivek Goel

Predicted Earnings Losses from Graduating during COVID-19 by Derek Messacar, Tomasz Handler and Marc Frenette


Public Policy in a Time of Crisis: A Framework for Evaluating Canada's COVID-19 Income Support Programs by Kourtney Koebel, Dionne Pohler, Rafael Gomez and Akshay Mohan

Accepted Papers Forthcoming in Future Issues

Student Aid Reforms: Those Who Appear in Need Are Not Those Who Need Help by Pier-André Bouchard St-Amant and Hugo Morin

A Researcher’s Guide to the LFS: Its Evolution, and the Choice of Public-Use versus Master Files by Pierre Brochu

Assessing the Removal of Regional Health Authorities in Ontario by Paul Barker