The Impact of Information Technology in Canada – Interview With Sean Mullin, the Brookfield Institute

Sean Mullin, Executive Director of the Brookfield Institute for Innovation and Entrepreneurship, discusses the impact of information technology in Canada and how public policy should address it. The interviewer is Peter Carr of the Dept of Management Sciences at the University of Waterloo.  


Jobs and the Information Technology Enabled Economy

The impact that information technology is having on the working lives of global citizens is a major concern in most developed countries today. Although job numbers are little changed from the past in many countries, statistics show issues with job security and income levels. Job contracts have weakened from the employees' point of view (working …

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The Internet and the Economy

The internet is facilitating change in the economic operation of companies, markets and governments and impacting the lives of those at work and in the rest of their lives. This post looks at the internet and the economy and seeks to understand its impact in a range of areas. Precise measurement of the impact of …

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