is an independent, national, non-profit organization, seeking to improve public policy by generating research, providing insight and sparking debate.
Nakamura, Alice and Theresa Pugh (2000), "Internet Recruiting: A Background Report", Paper Presented to the IRPP
and CERF Conference on Creating Canada's Advantage in an Information Age, May.
Special Commentary, Institute for Research on Public Policy, February 25.
Awards show is the only radio competition where programming from different countries competes head-to-head with each other, similar to the Cannes Film Festival.
Jockel, "Four US Military Commands: NORTHCOM, NORAD, SPACECOM, STRATCOM--The Canadian Opportunity," Institute for Research on Public Policy, IRPP
Working Paper Series no.
In Belgium, IRPP
was updated with new rules and a reference basket of 6 countries (France, Germany, the Netherlands, Austria, Ireland and Finland); it should be implemented in April 2013;
It includes the completion of all documents IRPP
(maps, rules, presentation note) but also all actions that aim to improve risk culture.
MMS, Atlantic Institute for Market Studies CCPA, Canadian Centre for Policy Alternatives CCSD, Canadian Council on Social Development CDM, Conference of Defense Associations Institute CIC, Canadian International Council CIGI, Centre for International Governance Innovation CISS, Canadian Institute of Strategic Studies CPRN, Canadian Policy Research Network CSLS, The Centre for the Study of Living Standards CTF, Canadian Tax Foundation CWF, Canada West Foundation IMF, Institute of Marriage and Family Canada IOG, Institute on Governance IRPP
, Institute for Research on Public Policy MEI, Montreal Economic Institute MLI, MacDonald-Laurier Institute NSI, North-South Institute PPF, Public Policy Forum SRDC, Social Research and Demonstration Corporation
Rao, Someshwar (2011) "Cracking Canada's Productivity Conundrum," IRPP
See Patrik Marier, Improving Canada's Retirement Saving: Lessons from Abroad, Ideas from Home, IRPP
See also Thomas J Courchene, "Citistates and the State of Cities: Political Economy and Fiscal-Federalism Dimensions", IRPP
Working Paper Series 2005-03 (2005), online: Institute for Research on Public Policy <http://www.
3) For a discussion of the concept of accountability in general, and the degree to which the concept must be modified in relation to national security, see Reg Whitaker & Stuart Farson, "Accountability in and for National Security," online: (2005) 15:9 IRPP
Choices 1 at 1-13 <http:// www.