CPP Special Issue - Information and Communications Technologies Talent: The Skills We Need
In November 2018 EPRI's directors edited a special issue of Canadian Public Policy (Volume 44, Issue S1) examining the issues surrounding skills shortages in Canada's Information and Communications Technologies (ICT) sector. This special issue follows a workshop on ICT skills hosted by EPRI at the University of Ottawa and brings together papers from a variety of ICT stakeholders.
IntroductionInformation and Communication Technology Talent: The Skills We Need—Framing the Issues
Finnie, Ross, Richard E. Mueller, and Arthur Sweetman
ICT Labour Market: Evidence of ICT Talent Shortages and ResponsesIs There Evidence of an Information and Communication Technology Labour Shortage in the Canadian Labour Force Survey?
Thomson, Alexander, Michael Veall, and Arthur SweetmanEarnings of University Bachelor’s Degree Graduates in Information and Communication Technology Programs: A Tax Data Analysis
Finnie, Ross, Dejan Pavlic, and Stephen Childs
Role of Post-Secondary Education: Student Choices and Institutional ResponsesPost-Secondary Student Choices and the Labour Shortage in Canada’s Information and Communication Technology Sector
Ding, Weili and Steven F. LehrerWho Goes into STEM Disciplines? Evidence from the Youth in Transition Survey
Finnie, Ross and Stephen ChildsEnhancing Development of Competencies by Means of Continuous Improvement Processes
Frank, Brian, Natalie Simper, Bei Cai, Deena Salem, Jake Kaupp, Max Lindley-Peart
Tapping Alternative Sources of Information and Communication Technology Talent: The Role of Women and ImmigrantsUnderrepresentation of Women in Canada’s Information and Communication Technology Sector: What Can We Learn from a Canadian Survey of Adult Skills?
Mueller, Richard E., N.T. Khuong Truong, Wynnona SmokeBasic Information and Communication Technology Skills among Canadian Immigrants and Non-Immigrants
Truong, N.T. Khuong and Arthur SweetmanImmigrant STEM Workers in the Canadian Economy: Skill Utilization and Earnings
Picot, Garnett and Feng HouAn Analysis of the Patenting Rates of Canada’s Ethnic Populations
Blit, Joe, Mikal Skuterud, and Jue Zhang
Sectoral Perspectives: Preparing Information and Communication Technology Talent for the FutureInternet Communications Technology Skills and Systems of Engagement
Deley, Trevor and Marcellus MindelAll Companies Are Technology Companies: Preparing Canadians with the Skills for a Digital Future
Walker, Valerie, Gail Bowkett, and Isabelle DuchaineThe Alacrity Program: Identifying, Training, and Growing the Talent Required to Build Profitable New Information and Communication Technology Companies in Canada and Internationally
Turner, Michael A.Paving the Way for the Future of Work