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        An Aging Population: The Demographic Drag on Canada’s Labour Market

        An Aging Population: The Demographic Drag on Canada’s Labour Market is a new study that finds the employment rate for Canadians between 15 and 64 years of age (working age) is at a historic high, but the overall labour market has yet to fully recover from the pandemic-induced recession due to the continued aging of the country’s population.

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        Doing Business 2.0: A Better Guide for Policy Makers

        Doing Business 2.0: A Better Guide for Policy Makers argues that when the World Bank cancelled its Doing Business report last year, it created a massive information void for economists and governments seeking to spur economic growth and reduce poverty.

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        Promoting Capital Investment in Atlantic Canada: An Imperative for Prosperity

        Promoting Capital Investment in Atlantic Canada: An Imperative for Prosperity?is a new study that finds business investment in the three maritime provinces has been below the average for the rest of Canada since at least 1990, and that has contributed significantly to the region’s slow economic growth and lower living standard.

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        CO2 is CO2 is CO2— the Implications for Emissions Caps

        CO2 is CO2 is CO2— the Implications for Emissions Caps is a new study that finds if policymakers want to reduce CO2 emissions in Canada, they should allow industry to do so in the least costly way possible, instead of arbitrarily capping emissions from certain sectors—such as oil and gas—while allowing other sectors to continue to increase emissions, since CO2 molecules are all identical regardless of their source.

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        Examining Federal Debt in Canada by Prime Ministers Since Confederation, 2022

        Examining Federal Debt in Canada by Prime Ministers Since Confederation, 2022 is a new study that finds Prime Minister Trudeau’s government has increased per-person debt by 35.3 per cent since 2015, the third highest amount since World War II.

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        The Canadian-Australian Business Sector Productivity Gap: A Sectoral Analysis

        The Canadian-Australian Business Sector Productivity Gap: A Sectoral Analysis is a new study that finds Australians enjoyed higher labour productivity growth than Canadians due largely to improvements in their mining and energy sectors. Critically, Australia experienced an improved labour productivity per worker, on average, by 1.6 per cent every year, compared to Canada's 1.3 per cent annual growth.

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        The Fiscal Costs of Debt-Financed Government Spending

        The Fiscal Costs of Debt-Financed Government Spending is a new study that finds debt-financed government spending has real economic costs, even when interest rates are very low, including slower economic growth, lower private sector incomes, and spending cuts and/or tax increases by government to stabilize debt levels.

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        The State of Markets in Atlantic Canada

        The State of Markets in Atlantic Canada is a new study that finds private markets in the Maritimes generally underperformed those in the rest of Canada, with Nova Scotia ranking last among all provinces for private sector investment in 2019 (the most recent year of available data prior to the COVID-19 pandemic), and New Brunswick ranking 8th.