Achieving the Four-Day Work Week: Part 3 Essays

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Achieving the Four-Day Work Week: Part 3 Essays

The Drag on Productivity From Excessive Regulation, by researcher Laura Jones, chief strategic officer and executive vice-president of the Canadian Federation of Independent Business (CFIB), notes that Canadian businesses could save nearly $11 billion annually if governments across Canada cut unnecessary red tape.

A separate essay—The Importance of Labour Market Mobility to Productivity Growth by Fraser Institute senior fellow Robert P. Murphy—argues that governments could increase worker productivity and wages by eliminating undue labour market restrictions.

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