Podcast
Lorraine Chisholm | The wealthy of the world have trillions of dollars in assets hidden in offshore accounts or tax havens.
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Duncan Cameron | With Germany occupying the dominant leadership position within the European Union, European economic and political prospects depend on an enlightened Germany: Europe has a German problem.
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Jim Stanford | A highlight of this weekend's meeting of the Canadian Economics Association was the third Biennial Galbraith Lecture delivered by Mike McCracken, CEO and Chair of Informetrica, Inc.
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Jim Stanford | Last week, I stayed out at the CAW Family Education Centre at Port Elgin to teach a 5-day course on "Economics for Trade Unionists" through the CAW's Paid Educational Leave program.
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Thomas Ponniah | Because of the Great Recession, policymakers, academics and activists are now paying more attention to alternative economic models. We look at two Latin American proposals.
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Murray Dobbin | Since the mid-1980s, the guiding principle of neo-liberalism seems to have been, "Ask not what your economy can do for you, ask what you can do for your economy."
Blog
Andrew Jackson | In the book Winner Take All Politics, Jacob Hacker and Paul Pierson argue that the key underlying cause of the winner-take-all U.S. economy has been winner-take-all politics.
Columnists
Rick Salutin | I'd like to join the war against the war against Christmas: a cause bravely championed by muffled voices in the catacombs like Bill O'Reilly at Fox News and Rex Murphy on CBC.
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Jim Stanford | Many tenets of neoclassical orthodoxy have fallen by the wayside in the past 3 years, but one of the biggest dominoes is that inflation targeting should be the exclusive focus of monetary policy.
Blog
Toby Sanger | In a week when business lobby groups are calling for more tax breaks, the federal R&D Panel released a very good report saying Canada's generous system of R&D tax incentives hasn't been effective.
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Erin Weir | A common refrain has been that all of Ontario's election platforms are unrealistic given a deteriorating economic outlook. We should evaluate how each party's platform would fare in a downturn.
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Andrew Jackson | The meeting of G20 Labour Ministers in Paris on September 26-27, held in advance of the November G20 summit in Cannes, reached some conclusions which go some way toward living up to prior commitments.