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February 28, 2018

This E-Brief introduces a new innovation policy report card, comparing key policy indicators affecting innovation performance across 14 countries, focusing on the implications for Canada.

The report card aims specifically to be useful to policymakers who seek to raise Canadians’ living standards through applying a pro-innovation lens to a suite of public policies. Given that a country’s innovation performance is likely affected by a broad range of policies, such a holistic approach can help avoid a situation in which innovation is promoted through some policies on the one hand, but unwittingly held back by other policies on the other hand.

Click here to access the Institute's 2017 report, Innovation Policy in Canada: A Holistic Approach.

 

 

Daniel Schwanen
Daniel Schwanen

Daniel Schwanen is an award-winning economist with a passion for international economic policy. He is spearheading Institute programs focused on the link between Canada’s international trade and investment policy and Canadians’ standards of living.

Rosalie Wyonch
Rosalie Wyonch

Rosalie has a Master of Arts in Economics and a Bachelor of Arts in Honours Mathematical Economics from the University of Waterloo. Prior to joining the C.D. Howe Institute as a Policy Analyst in 2016, she was a Research Analyst at the Ontario Ministry of Finance in the Office of Economic Policy.