Christopher A. Sarlo
– Professor of Economics, Nipissing University
Professor of Economics, Nipissing University
Christopher A. Sarlo is professor of economics at Nipissing University in North Bay, Ontario, as well as a senior fellow with the Fraser Institute. He is the author of Poverty in Canada (Fraser Institute, 1992, 1996), Measuring Poverty in Canada (Fraser Institute, 2001, 2006), and What is Poverty? Providing Clarity for Canada (Fraser Institute, 2008). Some of his recent publications include Understanding Wealth Inequality in Canada, Consumption Inequality in Canada: Is the Gap Growing?, Child Care in Canada: Examining the Status Quo in 2015, and Income Inequality Measurement Sensitivities. Professor Sarlo has published a number of articles and studies on poverty, inequality and economic issues relating to the family.
Recent Research by Christopher A. Sarlo
— Oct 7, 2021
- Read Part I: Is the Canada Child Benefit Targeted to those Most in Need?
- Read Part II: Financing the Canada Child Benefit
- Read Part III: The Distribution of the Canada Child Benefit by Family Type an...
- Read Part IV: Does the Canada Child Benefit Targeted to those Most in Need?
- Read Part V: Adjusting for the Canada Child Benefit’s Tax-Free Status
— Nov 26, 2020