Policy Papers are in-depth, research intensive papers that allow for the thorough examination of a topic. All policy papers undergo a double-blind peer review process to ensure unbiased methodological and conceptual evaluation. The analysis and recommendations produced in these papers and the ideas they articulate are a core component of the CGAI’s work. The Institute strives to produce approximately a dozen of these papers annually.
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by Geoffrey Morgan, Financial Post, Apil 8, 2020