About Analysis in Brief
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Designed for a broad audience, which includes professionals, researchers, policy makers and policy analysts, educators and students, the studies in the Analysis in Brief analytical series aim to shed light on current economic issues.
The series cover a wide range of topics. Among others, Analysis in Brief previously published papers include:
- Analysis on specific economic issues such as: energy consumption, age of public infrastructure, inflation for specific types of consumers;
- Annual reviews of prices, retail and wholesale sales and manufacturing;
- Industrial analysis on sectors such as the lumber industry, wineries, diamond, textile and clothing in Canada;
- Socio-economic issues such as employment and retirement in the federal public service, the dynamics of overqualification in Canada or the consequence of widowhood on income for senior women.
Analysis in Brief gives insight into key issues in the Canadian economy and is an impartial source of analysis.
All studies published in Analysis in Brief are peer reviewed.
Analysis in Brief analytic content is illustrated with clearly labelled tables and charts showing the most up-to-date statistics. Description of data sources and statistical methods are also included.
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