CSLS Publication Subscription Program
The Centre for the Study of Living Standards (CSLS) produces a range of publications in the areas of productivity, living standards and economic and social well-being, which are distributed to a number of governmental and non-governmental organizations as part of a subscription program. The flagship publication of the CSLS is the International Productivity Monitor, which is an essential source of information for those interested in keeping abreast of productivity developments in Canada and abroad.
The annual subscription fee is $500.00 plus HST.
Between 2003 and 2014, the CSLS released an average of 9 reports a year in its three general areas of research: productivity, labour markets, and economic well-being.
In the productivity area, the CSLS plans to release reports on the following topics: productivity trends in the forest products sector; productivity trends in mining; productivity trends in the oil and gas extraction sector; productivity trends in retail trade; productivity measurement in public administration; the productivity performance of Atlantic Canada; international data sources for productivity analysis; trends in the Canada-US ICT investment gap; market-oriented public policy and productivity growth. In addition, two issues of the International Productivity Monitor will be published.
In the labour market area, reports will be released on the human resources needs for the Ontario-Québec continental gateway; ways to improve labour market information in Canada; the human resource development of the Métis Nation; geographical mobility in the United States; and the impact of education on the labour market performance and well-being of Aboriginal Canadians.
In the economic well-being area, reports will be released on new estimates of the Index of Economic Well-being for Canada and the provinces; new estimates of the Index of Economic Well-being for OECD countries; estimates of the Levy Institute Measure of Well-being for Canada; methodological issues related to composite indicators; and the living standards domain of the Canadian Index of Well-being.
Throughout the year, subscribers are sent publications from the following CSLS Publications Series:
To become a subscriber, please print and fill out the form and fax or send it to the address indicated with payment by cheque.
You can also subscribe or renew your subscription through the online payment system.
For additional information on the CSLS subscription program, contact the Executive Director, Andrew Sharpe, at email@example.com or (613) 233-8891.