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May 31, 2016

The Canadian corporate income tax system has a number of problems that call for fundamental reforms, starting with rethinking the main role of the system, according to a report from the C.D. Howe Institute. In “Modernizing Business Taxation,” authors Robin Boadway and Jean-François Tremblay put forward bold recommendations to increase the efficiency and fairness of corporate taxation in Canada. 

Robin Boadway

Robin William Boadway, OC FRSC is a Canadian economist. He held the David Smith Chair at Queen's University in Kingston, Ontario. Earlier he was Sir Edward Peacock Professor of Economic Theory at Queen's University. He has taught at Queen's University since 1973.