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Opportunity in the turmoil : report on Canada 2009

Author: Institute for Competitiveness and Prosperity.; Martin Prosperity Institute.
Publisher: Toronto, Ont. : Institute for Competitiveness & Prosperity, ©2009
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Material Type: Document, Internet resource
Document Type: Internet Resource, Computer File
All Authors / Contributors: Institute for Competitiveness and Prosperity.; Martin Prosperity Institute.
OCLC Number: 500983335
Notes: "April 2009."
Description: 1 online resource (68 p. : ill. (some col.))
Contents: Foreword and acknowledgements --
Seizing opportunity in the turmoil --
Canada's prosperity gap --
Lagging intensity and productivity remain the biggest hurdles --
Productivity gap continues to be important --
Canada's prosperity compares well globally, though productivity still trails --
AIMS and the long-term opportunities for Canada --
Attitudes : keep eye on long-term prosperity potential --
Canada's leaders need to help strengthen positive attitudes toward international economic openness --
Now is the time to increase our diversity advantage --
Investment : continue to invest in long-term prosperity ---
Increase investment in machinery and equipment, particularly information and communication technology --
Raise our investment in people --
Motivations : adopt bold tax innovations for long-term prosperity --
Lower taxes on new business investment --
Assess bold new approaches to taxation --
Structures : make Canada a competitive and open economy for the Creative Age --
Canada's economy values creativity-oriented skills but we need to tune our economy to value them even more --
Management capabilities in Canada are a strength on which to build --
Canada's businesses need to aspire to achieve global leadership : perhaps with government help --
Wilson Panel urges Canadians to compete to win --
A long-term prosperity agenda to guide us through the turmoil --
References.
Other Titles: Report on Canada 2009
Responsibility: Institute for Competitiveness & Prosperity, Martin Prosperity Institute.
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