Canadian Public Policy
Analyse de politiques

Along with the Canadian Economics Association, the journal co-sponsors the Mike McCracken Award for Economic Statistics to recognize theoretical and applied contributions to the development or use of economic statistics in Canada. The prize is in part supported by a generous contribution in 2017 by the McCracken family.

The September issue (47.3) is available.o

Purvis Prize

At the June, 2021 meetings of the Canadian Economics Association, it was announced that Canadian Public Policy/Analyse de politiques had co-won the Purvis Prize for its three supplementary COVID issues entitled, “The COVID-19 Pandemic/La pandémie de COVID-19” published in July, August, and October of 2020. The co-winner was "Interpreting Experimental Evidence in the Presence of Postrandomization Events: A Reassessment of the Self-Sufficiency Project" by Chris Riddell and W. Craig Riddell, published in 2020 by the Journal of Labor Economics.

The journal will use its share of the prize to support students traveling to conferences to present papers relevant to public policy in Canada.