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SIPP Public Policy Papers 12
(Saskatchewan Institute of Public Policy, 2003-02)
The rationalization and coordination of the university sector has been a major public policy concern for the Government of Saskatchewan. Following two major inquiries in the 1990s, policy-making in this area has been ...
SIPP The Scholar Series Fall 2001
(Saskatchewan Institute of Public Policy, 2001-10-18)
Royal Commissions and the Policy Cycle in Canada: The Case of Health Care
SIPP Public Policy Papers 01
(Saskatchewan Institute of Public Policy., 2000-10)
What have been the causes of the accumulation of government debt in Canada? How large have been the respective contributions of high interest rates, low growth rates, the business cycle, and changes to tax rates and ...
SIPP Briefing Note Issue 1 December 2002
(Saskatchewan Institute of Public Policy, 2002-12)
Choice in Automobile Insurance: Tort vs. No Fault Coverage
SIPP Briefing Note Issue 23 June 2008
(Saskatchewan Institute of Public Policy, 2008-06)
WORKPLACE HEALTH Changes and Challenges
SIPP Student Public Policy Essays Issue 3 October 2005
(Saskatchewan Institute of Public Policy, 2005-10)
Health and Health System Performance Measures and Indicators: Are They Reliable for Evidence-Based Decision-Making? / The Right to Food and Food Security: Should Food Banks be Abolished in Order to Hold Government Responsible?
SIPP Public Policy Papers 41
(Saskatchewan Institute of Public Policy, 2006-03)
In 2002, Canada gave about $3.3 billion in foreign aid, which amounts to a 29% increase over the aid given in 2001. A similar trend in aid giving is observed in other donor countries. To help poorer countries meet the ...
SIPP Public Policy Papers 17
(Saskatchewan Institute of Public Policy, 2003-06)
This paper examines the costs and benefits associated with extending competition in the electrical sector in Saskatchewan beyond the wholesale level, to the retail level. The paper does not contain recommendations on how ...
SIPP Briefing Note Issue 17 November 2006
(Saskatchewan Institute of Public Policy, 2006-11)
SENATE REFORM Is This the Beginning?
SIPP Public Policy Papers 09
(Saskatchewan Institute of Public Policy, 2002-03)
This paper summarizes and analyzes a 1999 report by the Swiss federal government and the cantons (Conseil fédéral 1999), which presents the planned reform of the equalization system in Switzerland. I argue that this ...