Tag Archives: Public Policy
Authors of the forthcoming Absent Mandate discuss the upcoming Canadian federal election: what we can expect to see? Has anything really changed since elections back in 1965? And are Canadian electoral politics now following a new, or even unfamiliar, path?
Our final feature for Open Access Week 2016 is dedicated to Canadian Public Policy (CPP), Canada’s foremost journal examining economic and social policy!
The aim of the journal is to stimulate research and discussion of public policy problems in Canada.
It is a great resource for a wide readership including decision makers and advisers in business organizations and governments, and policy researchers in private institutions and universities.
What’s more is that readers can access a number of CPP articles for free!
Here are some great free-to-read articles that are featured in recent issues of CPP:
- “The Doug Purvis Memorial Lecture—Monetary/Fiscal Policy Mix and Financial Stability: The Medium Term Is Still the Message.” by Stephen S. Poloz. Volume 42, Issue 3 (2016)
- “Canadian Provincial Government Budget Data, 1980/81 to 2013/14.” by Ronald Kneebone and Margarita Wilkins. Volume 42, Issue 1
- “The Short-Run Household, Industrial, and Labour Impacts of the Quebec Carbon Market.” by Christopher Barrington-Leigh, Bronwen Tucker, and Joaquin Kritz Lara. Volume 41, Issue 4 (2015)
In addition to these articles, readers can also access entire supplemental issues of CPP for free! Here are some recent supplemental issues:
- Volume 41, Supplement 2 (2015)
- Volume 41, Supplement 1 (2015)
- Strengthening Communities Through Government and Social Economy Partnerships. Volume 40, Supplement 1 (2014)
- Environmental Policy in Canada. Volume 39, Supplement 2 (2013)
You can access CPP online here.
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International Open Access Week 2016 takes place from October 24–30. For more information, please visit http://www.openaccessweek.org/
The Hill Times has released their 100 Best Books for 2012 and 24 University of Toronto Press titles have made the cut!
We are thrilled to announce that 18 UTP books have been listed on the Hill Times' Best Books of 2011 List for political, government, public policy, and Canadian history reads.