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Making EI Work: Research from the Mowat Centre Employment by Keith G. Banting,Jon Medow,Keith Banting

By Keith G. Banting,Jon Medow,Keith Banting

because the inception and layout of Canada's Employment assurance (EI) software, the Canadian economic system and labour industry have passed through dramatic adjustments. it's transparent that EI has no longer saved speed with these alterations, and specialists and advocates agree that this system is not any longer powerful or equitable. Making EI paintings is the results of a panel of unusual students accrued via the Mowat Centre Employment coverage job strength to research the strengths, weaknesses, and destiny instructions of EI.

The authors establish the strengths and weaknesses of the method, and think about the way it will be more advantageous to higher and extra rather aid these in want. They make feedback for facilitating a extra effective Canadian labour industry, and assembly the human capital standards of a dynamic economic climate for the current and the foreseeable destiny. The chapters that include Making EI paintings educated the duty force's ultimate concepts, and shape a fascinating discussion that makes the case for, and defines the parameters of, a reformed help process for Canada's unemployed.

Contributors contain Ken conflict (Caledon Institute of Social Policy), Robin Boadway (Queen's University), Allison Bramwell (University of Toronto), Sujit Choudhry (New York collage college of Law), Kathleen M. Day (University of Ottawa), Ross Finnie (University of Ottawa), Jean-Denis Garon (Queen's University), David grey (University of Ottawa), Morley Gunderson (University of Toronto), Ian Irvine (Concordia University), Stephen Jones (McMaster University), Thomas R. Klassen (York University), Michael Mendelson (Caledon Institute of Social Policy), Alain Noël (Université de Montréal), Michael good friend (University of Toronto school of Law), W. Craig Riddell (University of British Columbia), William Scarth (McMaster University), Luc Turgeon (University of Ottawa), Leah F. Vosko (York University), Stanley L. Winer (Carleton University), Donna E. wooden (University of Victoria), and Yan Zhang (Statistics Canada).

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