Kevin Page on why public officials and governments must be transparent about the strategic objectives of policies and operational considerations.
Peter Nicholson's policy briefing delves into the various models for governing globalization, with special attention paid to how each of the models might address the COVID-19 crisis.
Adam Daifallah reflects on challenges of communicating public policy during COVID-19.
Daniel Weinstock argues that policies can promote social distancing while not forcing people to confine themselves, making the likelihood of voluntary compliance much higher.
John Stewart explains the effects of the COVID-19 pandemic on the global oil industry, and why oil will continue to play a key role in the world for a very long time.
Pearl Eliadis on the new powers that governments are exercising and the need for more vigilance.
In this article, Max Bell School MPP student Omar Akeileh discusses Ottawa's reluctance to invoke a federal state of emergency during the pandemic.
In this briefing, Ken Boessenkool outlines three reasons why he believes a limited-time crisis basic income is the best way forward to address the economic situation caused by COVID-19.
In this briefing, Professor Nicholas King addresses several key questions on use of evidence and the role of uncertainty during the COVID-19 pandemic.