Reports on Canada
Reports on Canada provide an annual examination of Canada's economy compared to its peer jurisdictions. The Reports on Canada culminated in the Canada: What it is, What it can be book, published in 2012.
Canada: What It Is, What It Can Be provides an incisive examination of this country's increasing prosperity gap – the difference in value between what we do create and what we could create if we performed at our full potential. As Roger Martin and James Milway demonstrate, although we are proud of our trading prowess, we do not participate as aggressively in world markets with innovative products and services as we could. While we want to take risks to achieve success, our business strategies and economic policies need to set the bar higher to achieve the success we want for Canada.
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