May 13, 2017
The 2017 Cadario Lecture featuring Deirdre McCloskey is entitled “How Liberal Ideas, Not Capital or Institutions or Exploitation, Made the Modern World”.
May 4, 2017
The purpose of this session is to familiarize participants with criteria for assessing the quality of evidence provided in quantitative, qualitative and mixed-methodology research studies.
April 25, 2017
Join SPPG on May 11 for a talk on Populism in the United States featuring speakers Nick Carnes, Justin Gest and discussant Chris Cochrane.
April 6, 2017
The fourth meeting of the City Hall Task Force will take place on April 18th from 1-4pm. Sign up to get your tickets!
SPPG Student Lauren Birch will be presenting on transit fare integration on April 18th from 4-5:30pm at 1 Devonshire Place.
SPPG_UofT Alumni Features: SPPG’s series featuring MPP alumni caught up with Jordann Thirgood, Policy Associate at the… https://t.co/LPerFpF2vt
SPPG_UofT "If not carbon pricing in Ontario – which works well – then what, Mr. Ford?"
Mel Cappe co-authors an op-ed in The G… https://t.co/5aq1WHSQBu
SPPG_UofT RT @jiwontina : Many thanks to @karinagould @Carolyn_Bennett @SPPG_UofT @UKinCanada @MasseyCollege for the successful launch of the 2017 CUK…
SPPG_UofT RT @PeejLoewen : I am very pleased to announce @AKimCampbell 's appointment at @SPPG_UofT . We look forward to her engagement with students, h…
SPPG_UofT Kim Campbell joins SPPG as Distinguished Senior Fellow in Public Policy. https://t.co/02ss30iin3 https://t.co/02ss30iin3
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