Current Issue and Forthcoming Papers
The list below contain papers which have been accepted by the Canadian Public Policy 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. 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.
Kourtney Koebel and Dionne Pohler: Expanding the Canada Workers Benefit to Design a Guaranteed Basic Income
Jonathan Rhys Kesselman: Policy Options for Retargeting the Canada Child Benefit
Andreas Pollak: Employment Insurance: Interregional Redistribution versus Protection against Changing Labour Market Conditions
Jeff Chan: Tariffs and the Composition of Employment: Evidence from the Canada–US Free Trade Agreement
Gregor W. Smith: Two Types of (Slight) Flexibility in Bank of Canada Projections, 2003–2019
Tracy Snoddon and Trevor Tombe: Analysis of Carbon Tax Treatment in Canada’s Equalization Program
|Volume 45, No. 4
Denis Latulippe and John A. Turner: Social Security Retirement Policy in Canada and the U.S: Different Reforms, Different Outcomes
Bonnie-Jeanne Macdonald: New CPP Enhancements: What will they mean for Canadian workers and seniors?
Donna Feir and Jasmin Thomas: The Introduction of Formal Childcare Services in Inuit Communities and Labour Force Outcomes
Alix J Jansen, Linda A. White, Elizabeth Dhuey, Daniel Foster and Michal Perlman: Training and Skills Development Policy Options for the Changing World of Work
Paul Shaffer and Ricardo Tranjan: What to Expect from Toronto’s Poverty Reduction Strategy (PRS)?: Lessons from the Global South
Cathlene Hillier, Emily Milne and Janice Aurini: It’s not just helping your kid with homework anymore”: The Challenges of Aligning Education Policy with Parents and Teachers
|Accepted Papers Forthcoming in Future Issues
Ali Jadidzadeh, Nick Falvo and Daniel J Dutton: Cost Savings of Housing First in a Non-Experimental Setting
Vincent Thivierge: Carbon pricing and competitiveness pressures: The case of cement trade
Greig Mordue and Danish Karmally: Frontier Technologies in Peripheral Automotive Regions: Autonomous Vehicle R&D in Canada
Joshua C. Gordon: Reconnecting the housing market to the labour market: Foreign ownership and housing affordability in urban Canada
Christine Neill, Elizabeth Dhuey and Jean Eid: Parental employment effects of switching from half day to full day kindergarten: evidence from Ontario’s French schools
Haizhen Mou and Michael M. Atkinson: Want to Improve Math Scores? An Empirical Assessment of Recent Policy Interventions in Canada
Can Erutku: A First Look at Ontario’s Electric Vehicle Incentive Program: Who Are Ontario’s Green Drivers?
Seyed Mohammadreza Davoodalhosseini and Francisco Rivadeneyra: A Policy Framework for E-Money
Jean-François Daoust, Claire Durand and André Blais: Are Pre-election Polls More Helpful than Harmful? Evidence from the Canadian Case
Zong Jia Chen and Mikal Skuterud: The Relative Academic Achievement of International Students: Evidence from an Ontario University
Vincent Chandler and Nikolas Shymko: Environmental Impact of Public Transit: Evidence from a Long Strike in Ottawa