Centre for Public Policy Research 

The Centre for Public Policy Research (CPPR) is the research arm of the School of Public Policy. The CPPR promotes interdisciplinary research, education, and dialogue on a broad range of public policy issues in Canada. The Centre supports and initiates research, publications, colloquia, conferences, visiting researchers and speakers, and international relationships.

Recent Projects  - MUST UPDATE ALL LINKS!!!!!

June 18, 2019 Solving Wozny’s Puzzle: Foreign ownership and Vancouver’s “de-coupled” housing market
by Josh C. Gordon  Read full report   Read response to a critic

March 4, 2019 The Speculation and Vacancy Tax: An Explainer by Josh C. Gordon
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May 2, 2016 Report Released: Vancouver’s Housing Affordability Crisis: Causes, Consequences and Solutions by Josh C. Gordon
Read full report and executive summary

February 23, 2015 Report released:  Expanding Tax-Free Savings Accounts — Doubly Troubling by Jonathan Rhys Kesselman
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