Archived — Canada in the 21st Century Series

Canada in the 21st Century Series is a series of 11 "vision" papers which explore the broad trends that are reshaping the global economic order and examine the medium-term consequences of these developments for the Canadian economy.

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Canada in the 21st Century Series:

No. 1: Global Trends: 1980–2015 and Beyond, by Bradford De Long, University of California, Berkeley, under contract with Industry Canada, 1998

No. 2: Broad Liberalization Based on Fundamentals: A Framework for Canadian Commercial Policy, by Randy Wigle, Wilfrid Laurier University, under contract with Industry Canada, 1998

No. 3: North American Economic Integration: 25 Years Backward and Forward, by Gary C. Hufbauer and Jeffrey J. Schott, Institute for International Economics, Washington (DC), under contract with Industry Canada, 1998

No. 4: Demographic Trends in Canada, 1996–2006: Implications for the Public and Private Sectors, by David K. Foot, Richard A. Loreto and Thomas W. McCormack, Madison Avenue Demographics Group, under contract with Industry Canada, 1998

No. 5: Capital Investment Challenges in Canada, by Ronald P.M. Giammarino, University of British Columbia, under contract with Industry Canada, 1998

No. 6: Looking to the 21st Century – Infrastructure Investments for Economic Growth and for the Welfare and Well-Being of Canadians, by Christian DeBresson, Université du Québec à Montréal, and Stéphanie Barker, Université de Montréal, under contract with Industry Canada, 1998

No. 7: The Implications of Technological Change for Human Resource Policy, by Julian R. Betts, University of California in San Diego, under contract with Industry Canada, 1998

No. 8: Economics and the Environment: The Recent Canadian Experience and Prospects for the Future, by Brian R. Copeland, University of British Columbia, under contract with Industry Canada, 1998

No. 9: Individual Responses to Changes in the Canadian Labour Market, by Paul Beaudry and David A. Green, University of British Columbia, under contract with Industry Canada, 1998

No. 10: The Corporate Response – Innovation in the Information Age, by Randall Morck, University of Alberta, and Bernard Yeung, University of Michigan, under contract with Industry Canada, 1998

No. 11: Institutions and Growth: Framework Policy as a Tool of Competitive Advantage for Canada, by Ronald J. Daniels, University of Toronto, under contract with Industry Canada, 1998

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