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Justin Ratcliffe

Economist and Research Analyst

Justin is an Economist & Research Analyst at the Information and Communications Technology Council (ICTC). His policy interests include exploring the structural aspects of the Canadian economy as it relates to industry diversification, competition, emerging sectors, and social well-being through economic opportunity. Justin believes in bringing an empirical and evidence-based approach to the policy research and design process. In the past, his research has included topics in industrial policy, community development finance, trade, and firm entry.

Justin holds a Master of Public Policy degree from the University of Chicago, specializing in economic and quantitative methods for public policy evaluation and analysis.

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09 November 2022 · Justin Ratcliffe, Mairead Matthews, Todd Legere

Article

The Human Talent Engine that Powers Smarter Cities

September 28, 2022 · Robert Davidson, Trevor Quan, Chris Herron, Justin Ratcliffe, Maya Watson

Report
Economic Resilience

Quebec Votes

How Quebec’s Parties Compare on Key Digital Economy Issues

September 27, 2022 · Allison Clark, Justin Ratcliffe, Todd Legere, Mansharn Toor

Article

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