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Redesigning Canadian Trade Policies for New Global Realities

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In this volume—the sixth in the Institute for Research on Public Policy’s The Art of the State series, 30 academics, government researchers, practitioners and stakeholders analyze how changes in global commerce, technological developments and shifting economic and geopolitical power are affecting Canada, and what this means for policy. This volume presents empirical evidence for Canada using firm-level and value-added trade data by applying new perspectives from frontier research on global value chains and "new new trade theory." It also explores the policy implications for trade negotiations, foreign investment, services, regulation, digital trade and innovation.