TD Economics Special Report on Inequality
December 13, 2012
From TD Economics, a special report on inequality in Canada and the U.S. – ‘A Tale of Two Countries’ (PDF)
Summer Reading: Reports on equality, mobility, education and more
With Parliament Hill adjourned for the summer, Ottawa is a much quieter place, giving us time to catch up on a number of fantastic reports that have been published by organizations in our network. We have scoured the web and come back with six must-read reports to add to your summer reading list. Featuring work from the Brookings Institution, the Center for American Progress, the International Institute for Sustainable Development and more.
Event Summary: Panelists get to grips with the Canadian dream
Over 350 people came out to the Château Laurier Hotel on February 26 where they were treated to a lively, progressive and sometimes contentious debate about the various options for governmental action to help ensure continued economic mobility in Canada.
Opinion: Productivity and pay – why Canadians are (somewhat) better off
Comparing ourselves with the United States is a national pastime in Canada. Sometimes the comparison makes us look good (health care, public education). Sometimes it makes us look bad (consumer prices, productivity). Sometimes it reveals an altogether more nuanced story. Sadly, we often miss the nuance.
Opinion: Inequality – defining the defining issue of our time
Diana Carney analyses the facts, figures and sentiment behind our growing concern with inequality. The story is not as simple as one might think.
February 26, 2013
Opinion: Venus and Mars Align – Income Inequality Agendas in France and America
When the President of the most anti-government country on earth and the President of the country that invented dirigisme are…