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Canadian Public Policy popular

Canadian Public Policy is a bilingual interdisciplinary quarterly journal that examines economic and social policy. The goal of Canadian Public Policy is to inspire research and discussion of public policy issues in Canada; its readership includes decision- makers and advisors in business organizations and government, as well as policy researchers in private institutions and universities.

Institute for Advanced Policy Research popular

The Institute for Advanced Policy Research (IAPR) is a public policy research institute that was created in 1994 at the University of Calgary. The mandate of IAPR is to improve the quality of public policy research produced by the University of Calgary and then to provide the research to individuals who study or work within the field of public policy research. The Institute for Advanced Policy Research places an emphasis on the creation of a solid, analytical, evidenced-based foundation for public policy discourse by applying theoretically-based knowledge to practical application.

Institute for Public Economics popular

The Institute for Public Economics is affiliated with the Department of Economics at the University of Alberta. It studies the public sector and its influence on the economy and society.

Isuma Canadian Journal of Policy Research popular

The Isuma Canadian Journal of Policy Research (ISUMA) is focused on policy-relevant research that includes cross-disciplinary and multi-dimensional issues. ISUMA is governed by an independent Editorial Board and published by Les Presses de l’Université de Montréal, on behalf of the Policy Research Initiative. The Isuma Canadian Journal of Policy Research publishes its articles in the language they were originally drafted, The Journal’s title, and its philosophy, are derived from the word “Isuma,” Inuktitut for “idea” or “thought.” Inherent in this word is the notion of community responsibility. Topics of research include the new economy, climate change, genetic issues, volunteering, social capital, North American integration, and children.

John Deutsch Institute popular

The John Deutsch Institute, based out of Queen’s University, largely promotes research and discussion of Canadian economy policy issues.

Western Centre for Economic Research

The objective of the Western Centre for Economic Research is to monitor the performance of Western Canada’s economy. It is sponsored by the Faculty of Business and the Department of Economics and Rural Economy at the University of Alberta.