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Learn about CPA Canada’s economic and policy research. We provide impartial analysis into current and emerging issues that extend beyond accounting matters to help better society and strengthen the Canadian economy.
In 2015, CPA Canada conducted a unique survey that linked measures of financial capability with personality traits, providing a new, unique, Canadian perspective on this important topic.
Technological change and automation are changing the way we think about careers. These shifts are leading to a more innovative culture, but more Canadians are also facing rising precarity in their jobs.
Canada is facing a number of pressing social concerns. From inequality to precarious employment, these issues are a serious concern for our standard of living and are a focus for CPA Canada’s policy research.
Improving Canada’s productivity has become more crucial than ever. Our economic research will help you look beyond innovation to crucial factors, including helping firms grow, becoming export-ready, and investing in intangible capital.
CPA Canada tracks and reports on household debt and wealth in order to help Canadians think critically about how to save more, spend less and reduce debt. This work also highlights options policy-makers may consider to improve household financial well-being.
May 22, 2019
Explore important emerging technologies in accounting, business and finance at this must-attend conference for senior leaders. Connect with peers, experts and pioneers on best-fit technology solutions for your clients or organization.
This event has multiple dates and locations. See event details for more information.
Are you a preparer, director, practitioner, investor or contributor who reports, oversees, assesses or uses performance measures? Learn how you can help improve the quality of performance measures by leveraging this framework.
April 25, 2019
This webinar, part of CPA Canada's IFRS webinar series, provides you with the latest updates on issues of relevance to Canadian public companies, including key changes to IFRS and Canadian securities legislation.