This case illustrates the challenges that Canada faces in terms of its ongoing productivity gap with the United States and its ongoing failure in terms of international competitiveness. Also in this case, the regional differences within Canada in terms of international competitiveness. Also in this case, the regional differences within Canada in terms of economic and public policy issues. Finally, the case highlights a number of strategies that Canadian businesses and gov … Read more »

This case illustrates the challenges that Canada faces in terms of its ongoing productivity gap with the United States and its ongoing failure in terms of international competitiveness. Also in this case, the regional differences within Canada in terms of international competitiveness. Also in this case, the regional differences within Canada in terms of economic and public policy issues. Finally, the case highlights a number of strategies that Canadian companies and governments could pursue to deal more effectively with the economic challenge in Canada.
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David W. Conklin,
Danielle Cadieux
Source: Ivey Publishing
4 pages.
Release Date: 10 December 2008. Prod #: 909M08-PDF-ENG
Canada’s economy in 2009 HBR case solution

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