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Pierre Beaulne | It seems rather clear that the main theories in French economist Thomas Piketty's bestseller "Capital in the Twenty-First Century" are irritating a number of people.
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Marvin Shaffer | The issue is not whether the promise of a debt-free B.C. will be achieved. The issue is whether it was ever a reasonable policy objective in the first place.
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Levi Gahman | Even though neoliberalism and colonial governance will continue to inflict anguish, trauma and suffering upon the Zapatistas, they continue to stay strong and remain peaceful.
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Duncan Cameron | A new direction for Canada means rebuilding the inter-generational bargain between young and old; focusing spending on improving social determinants of health; and making the economy climate-friendly.
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Robert Chernomas | Many countries in Europe are suffering through what can only be called economic conditions equivalent to the Great Depression of the 1930s.
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Duncan Cameron | The announcement that Canada Post will be phasing out door-to-door mail delivery is a logical extension of the deregulation, privatization, free trade, public austerity and tax cuts agenda.
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Duncan Cameron | The opposite of wise is foolish or ignorant. Both are brought to mind when assessing the performance of the Canadian prime minister at the G20 leaders summit in Russia last week.
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Jim Stanford | The federal government's announcement on Friday that it is approving two more big oilsands takeovers was political tap-dancing at its best.
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Duncan Cameron | Those who follow the business press closely, and listen attentively to corporate economic commentators, are still mainly in the dark about "who is actually getting what" in the business world.
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Kate McInturff | The current government's economic policies, being rolled out in a series of omnibus bills and 'administrative changes,' come at a high price to women.
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Marc Lee | Mark Carney's tenure as Governor of the Bank of Canada overlaps some challenging economy history. We are still living that history in terms of a post-recession stagnant recovery.
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Rick Salutin | What an odd moment Barack Obama's collapse in Wednesday's TV debate was, much like Robert Redford's in The Candidate. We all have go-to cultural images and that's one of mine.