Dmitry Lysenko is an applied economist focusing in part on the implications of trade liberalization for the Canadian economy. He has done economic analysis for the Government of Nova Scotia, and he has taught at the economics department of Saint Mary’s University. (His commentaries do not express the views of and no responsibility for them should be attributed to the Nova Scotia government.)

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CETA and procurement: opening an open market?

Getting access to provincial and municipal government procurement contracts was one of the primary objectives for the European Union in negotiating the Comprehensive Economic and Trade Agreement (CETA) with Canada. But why? First, it is …

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