The Smart Prosperity Research Network supports research that informs carbon policy design and governance, unpacks the political economy of carbon pricing in Canada, and assess the impacts and benefits of existing carbon pricing on the Canadian economy, communities, and citizens.

The research highlighted on this page stems from academic research projects selected by an independent Research Network Steering Committee and funded by the Economics and Environmental Policy Research Network (EEPRN) and the Greening Growth Partnership.

Click on the titles below to access working papers, blogs, and analyses from Smart Prosperity Research Network-funded projects completed since 2018. Scroll down to find recent research on other topics.


Carbon pricing, rebates and border adjustments


Political economy








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