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Wednesday February 28
5:00 PM
Free in-person event - The Harry Kitchen Lecture in Public Policy. Sluggish economic growth has long been a concern for Canada, especially in light of population aging and its costs. Lately, however, slow growth has been replaced by a new and even more alarming prospect: no growth, or even contraction, at least in per capita terms — not just in the short run but, it seems, indefinitely. What are the causes of this crisis? What are the implications? And what can be done about it?
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