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30

Adrift: Finding a New Fiscal Anchor for Canada

Bev Dahlby, Distinguished Fellow, Tax and Economic Growth, University of Calgary Bev Dahlby attended St. Peter’s College, the University of
Dec
07

A Towering Problem? COVID-19 and the Demand for Commercial Real Estate

Nicholas Bloom, William D. Eberle Professor of Economics, Stanford University Nicholas (Nick) Bloom is the William Eberle Professor of Economics at
Webinar with Nicholas Bloom, Dan Kelly and Jon Ramscar

A Towering Problem? COVID-19 and the Demand for Commercial Real Estate

Dec 07, 2020 |
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Widely considered to be Canada's most influential think tank, the Institute is a trusted source of essential policy intelligence, distinguished by research that is nonpartisan, evidence-based and subject to definitive expert review. The Institute's research is national in scope and we host policy events across the country.

At a moment where reason sometimes seems like it’s playing a diminishing role in policy decision making, institutions like the C.D. Howe Institute are immensely important. 

Dr. Lawrence H. Summers

Dr. Lawrence H. Summers

Charles W. Eliot University Professor and President Emeritus at Harvard University; Former Treasury Secretary, United States Department of the Treasury; Former Director, National Economic Council

From the time I was a student, through my years as Ontario Finance Minister, to the present day; the C.D. Howe Institute has been a thought leader on Canadian public policy. It is a real privilege to be associated with the Institute as it continues to advocate thoughtful debate, and solutions, to a range of society's most challenging issues.

Dwight Duncan

Dwight Duncan

Senior Strategic Advisor, McMillan LLP; Former Deputy Premier and Minister of Finance, Government of Ontario

The C. D. Howe Institute is remarkable for the balance, breadth and rigor with which it addresses policy questions. It has enriched and deepened our understanding of key issues, promoted active debate and contributed importantly to the conduct of public policy in Canada.

John Murray

John Murray

Former Deputy Governor, Bank of Canada

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