Economist advocates Canadian-style work-life policies as a solution to the current economic malaise in the U.S.
Both Hillary Clinton and Donald Trump are favouring the protection of U.S. domestic producers.
Companies might relocate production capacity from the U.S. to Canada to gain duty-free access to the Chinese domestic market.
The U.S. has endured a relatively high corporate tax rate and growth of government regulations.
Empirically the long-run effect of U.S. immigration on employment and wages tends to be low or zero.
Canada’s trade deficit with the world widened from C$6.4 billion in the first quarter of 2016 to a record C$10.7 billion.
The U.S. trade deficit with Canada was around US$15.5 billion in 2015.
In serious academic work, it’s a grave offense to steal someone’s words and pass them off as your own.
Canada will increasingly be an outlier among developed countries.
Chinese companies are increasingly laying claim to patents, even if they were not the first to develop the broader technology.