On February 14, Ivey’s Lawrence National Centre for Policy and Management’s released its latest study We Make Things Together, which discusses the trade interdependence between Ontario and each of the eight states making up the Great Lakes region (GLS8).
The Ivey Business School’s Lawrence National Centre for Policy and Management’s latest study We Make Things Together provides a detailed picture of the trade interdependence between Ontario and each of the eight states making up the Great Lakes region (GLS8).
Prime Minister Justin Trudeau’s $372.5-million loan to Bombardier Inc., an aircraft manufacturing company, has Canadians asking whether the loan was a good move for Canada, without the promise of new jobs.
Last night, Donald J. Trump became the president-elect of the U.S. What does this mean for Canada, and specifically Southwestern Ontario? Assistant Professor Mike Moffatt, Director at the Lawrence Centre, says things aren't looking good.
Our immigration recommendations revolve around one core point: the system as a whole needs to make a larger distinction between tradable and non-tradable sectors of the economy, and focus on bringing in workers with skills valued in tradable sectors.
We hear a great deal of what the government should do on innovation, but what should they stop doing? There are any number of policies that, put together, have the unintended consequence of stifling innovation.