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No. 14: Making Canada the Destination of Choice for Internationally Mobile Resources, by Keith Head and John Ries University of British Columbia, January 2004
No. 13: Services in the New Economy: Research Issues, by Brian R. Copeland, University of British Columbia, October 2003
No. 12: The Irish Economic Boom: Facts, Causes and Lessons, by Pierre Fortin, Université du Québec à Montréal and Canadian Institute for Advanced Research, May 2002
No. 11: Social policy and productivity growth: what are the linkages?, by Richard G. Harris, Simon Fraser University, May 2002
No. 10: North American Economic Integration: Issues and Research Agenda, by Richard G. Harris, Simon Fraser University, April 2001
No. 9: Is Canada Missing the "Technology Boat"? Evidence from Patent Data, by Manuel Trajtenberg, Tel-Aviv University, National Bureau of Economic Research and Canadian Institute for Advanced Research, January 2000
No. 8: Determinants of Canadian Productivity Growth: Issues and Prospects, by Richard G. Harris, Simon Fraser University and Canadian Institute for Advanced Research, December 1999
No. 7: Implications of Foreign Ownership Restrictions for the Canadian Economy – A Sectoral Analysis, by Steven Globerman, Western Washington University, April 1999
No. 6: International Market Contestability and the New Issues at the World Trade Organization, by Edward M. Graham, Institute for International Economics, Washington (DC), February 1998
No. 5: Industry Canada's Foreign Investment Research: Messages and Policy Implications, by Ronald Hirshhorn, October 1997
No. 4: Foreign Direct Investment and Market Framework Policies: Reducing Frictions in APEC Policies on Competition and Intellectual Property, by Ronald Hirshhorn, October 1996
No. 3: Canadian Corporate Governance Policy Options, by Ronald J. Daniels, Faculty of Law, University of Toronto and Randall Morck, Faculty of Business, University of Alberta, March 1996
No. 2: Technological Change and International Economic Institutions, by Sylvia Ostry, Centre for International Studies, University of Toronto, December 1995
No. 1: Multinationals as Agents of Change: Setting A New Canadian Policy on Foreign Direct Investment, by Lorraine Eden, Carleton University, November 1994