What is it about the Canadian economy and regulatory structures that allowed Canada to avoid the most devastating effects of a global financial crisis? While the U.S. and other developed nations reeled from the global financial crisis, Canada remained relatively insulated. Co-sponsors: Kenan Institute for Ethics and Center for Canadian Studies. For more information, contact Rebecca Dunning at 919-660-2431.
The Duke way
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Emerging tools for more equitable policy
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Lessons from the Financial Crisis: Canada in Comparative Perspective
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