October 30, 2014

Awards

Trust is Earned

The C.D. Howe Institute’s output  is essential reading because more than any other think tank, its research is authorative, timely, and written by outstanding scholars. This approach is supported by the most rigorous expert review process in the industry. This effort has made the C.D. Howe Institute an essential part of the policy process, earning it accolades and prestigious awards along the way. The C.D. Howe Institute has won more research awards than any similar Canadian think tank as a result.

Award Winning C.D. Howe Institute Publications

2012 Purvis AwardToward Improving Canada’s Skilled Immigration Policy: An Evaluation Approach by Charles M. Beach, Alan G. Green and Christopher Worswick. To purchase a copy or download the introduction, click here.

2012 John Hanson Memorial Award (Actuarial Foundation, United States): “Legal for Life: Why Canadians Need a Lifetime Retirement Saving Limit,” by James Pierlot  and Faisal Siddiqi. To download a copy, click here.

2011 Donner Prize Runner-Up: Toward Improving Canada’s Skilled Immigration Policy: An Evaluation Approach by Charles M. Beach, Alan G. Green and Christopher Worswick. To purchase a copy or download the introduction, click here.

2010 Purvis Award: “Once on the Lips, Forever on the Hips: A Benefit-Cost Analysis of Fiscal Stimulus in OECD Countries,” by Bev Dahlby. To download a copy, click here.

2005 Donner Prize Runner-Up: “Signposts of Success: Interpreting Ontario’s Elementary School Test Scores,” by David Johnson. To download a copy, click here.

2004 Donner Prize Winner: “Two Percent Target: Canadian Monetary Policy Since 1991,” by David Laidler and William Robson. To download a copy, click here.

2002 Purvis Award: “Most Favoured Nation: Building a Framework for Smart Economic Policy,” by Jack Mintz. To download a copy, click here.

2002 Douglas J. Sherbaniuk Award (Canadian Tax Foundation): “Expanding the Recognition of Personal Savings in the Canadian Tax System,” by Jonathan R. Kesselman and Finn Poschmann, published in the Canadian Tax Journal. To download a copy, click here.

2001 Donner Prize Runner Up: “Most Favoured Nation: Building a Framework for Smart Economic Policy,” by Jack Mintz. To download a copy, click here.

2001 Policy Research Initiative Award (Government of Canada): “Will the Baby Boomers Bust the Health Budget?” by William Robson. To download a copy, click here.

1995 Purvis Award: “Social Canada in the Millenium,” by Thomas J.  Courchene. To download the first chapter, click here.

1994 Purvis Award: “The Great Canadian Disinflation,” by  David Laidler and William Robson. To download the first chapter, click here.