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Decentralization and Gender Equity
Slack, Enid, Spicer, Zachary, and Montacer, Makram, 2014

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IMFG Pre-Election series paper discussed in the media
August 21st, 2014

In August, there were numerous articles published in the media about the IMFG Perspectives Pre-Election Series paper on Toronto’s finances, Is Toronto Fiscally Healthy? A Check-up on the City’s Finances.

IMFG seeks Research Assistant for September
August 19th, 2014

A part-time Research Assistant (RA) is being sought for a six month period, commencing September 2014. The successful applicant will be responsible for supporting a number of IMFG’s exciting research projects and other programs, in issue areas ranging from city finance and governance to transportation funding and big data.

Slack and Spicer publish new paper on Decentralization and Gender Equity
August 18th, 2014

IMFG’s Enid Slack and Zachary Spicer, along with Makram Montacer, have published a paper called “Decentralization and Gender Equity” for the Forum of Federations Occasional Papers Series, No. 14.

IMFG releases paper on Toronto’s finances
August 13th, 2014

Toronto does not face a fiscal crisis by any means. But with low residential taxes, high public expectations for City services, and significant infrastructure maintenance and investment needs, Toronto’s candidates and voters face tough choices during this October’s elections.