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Trump vs. Biden debate: Amid the slugfest, faint signs of candidates' strategies were visible | The Globe and Mail

Published: 30Sep2020

September 30, 2020 | "By the time they were finished there was blood on the floor – but voters may be left with the sad conclusion that there is no floor to the way politics in the United States is...

The presidential debate won’t be a game changer | The Globe and Mail

Published: 30Sep2020

September 30, 2020 | "But don’t expect Tuesday’s debate between the two men running for the U.S. presidency – Republican Donald Trump and Democrat Joe Biden – to make much of a difference to the...

Canada needs more infrastructure spending, but not as short-term stimulus | Maclean's

Published: 28Sep2020

September 28, 2020 | "The best time for governments to spend on major infrastructure projects is when the long-term benefits are high and when the cost of financing the projects is low. Both of...

La Politique Monétaire Canadienne Sort du Placard | La Presse

Published: 23Sep2020

September 23, 2020 | With the onset of the Bank of Canada's mandate renewal, and economic uncertainty due to COVID-19, many Canadians are left wondering what the future of monetary policy will look...

Policy Making and China

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Details regarding the webinar to follow. /maxbellschoolCategory: Public lectures and conferences Public outreach

Policy Lecture with Yann Allard-Tremblay

29Oct202015:00
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Details regarding the webinar to follow. /maxbellschoolCategory: Public lectures and conferences Public outreach

Socialist (In)security: The Politics of Pensions in Communist and Post-Communist Russia

1Oct202015:00
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Twentieth-century Eastern European socialist economies promised comprehensive welfare benefits “from the cradle to the grave,” including generous state pensions, and had some of the lowest pension...

All Zoom, All the Time: Reflections on Moving Civil Society Online

17Sep202015:00
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The institutions of civil society (unions, religious institutions, "the arts", etc..) perform a vital function in the life of liberal democracies. It's no surprise that it is one of the first...

Implications of a Moratorium on Public Use of Facial Recognition Technology in Canada | Tech Informed Policy

Published: 26Aug2020

August 17, 2020 | Since the start of this year, there have been increasing calls for the Canadian government to impose a national moratorium on facial recognition technology. This demand arises...

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