Post-pandemic euphoria will not last
Pre-pandemic problems will remain and we have few ideas on how to put Canada on a better course for the longer-term future—one that generates the jobs and wealth to sustain a more productive, sustainable, and equitable society.
Improving productivity performance even by slight amounts can bring big benefits. Raising the rate of productivity growth by just 0.1 percentage point a year over the next decade, from 1.5 per cent to 1.6 per cent, would boost output by $23-billion in 2030, and accumulate output by $121-billion over the decade, writes David Crane. Photograph courtesy of Pixabay