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Theory, History and Thinkers

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Portrait of Professor of Economics and Philosophy Peter Boettke.
19 July 2017July 19, 2017
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Portrait of Leonard Edward Read, founder of the Foundation for Economic Education.
6 July 2017July 6, 2017
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Portrait of economist Deirdre McCloskey.

20 June 2017June 20, 2017
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Portrait of economist Gordon Tullock.

9 June 2017June 9, 2017
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Portrait of Nobel Prize-winning economist Vernon L. Smith.

31 May 2017May 31, 2017
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Portrait of Nobel Prize-winning economist Friedrich A. Hayek.

8 May 2017May 8, 2017
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The concept of consumer surplus.

6 April 2017April 6, 2017
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The morality of the economy.

20 March 2017March 20, 2017
Economic Note exploring how the lack of a clear, agreed-upon definition of social licence is a threat to economic development projects and to the rule of law

The criterion of social licence is a part of every debate surrounding economic development projects, especially when these include impacts on local communities or on the environment. And yet, this new concept is poorly understood, and mentioned nowhere in the law. Certain controversial projects, like pipelines or uranium mines, illustrate the potential pitfalls of social licence and remind us that the demands of some players frequently go beyond this framework.

1 March 2017March 1, 2017
National Post, p. FP7

The concepts of corporate social responsibility and sustainability.

3 February 2017February 3, 2017
Economic Note explaining how, when properly understood, these two concepts can complement the profit motive and benefit society as a whole

Corporate social responsibility and sustainability are two widely used concepts. Corporate and government actions are partly judged according to them. Activists, politicians, and corporate leaders use them. But what exactly do they mean? Are they compatible with efficient management in a free society? To what extent are they even useful? This Economic Note will shed some light on these questions.

26 January 2017January 26, 2017
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Portrait of Nobel Prize-winning economist Ronald Coase.

29 December 2016December 29, 2016
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Portrait of the conservative think tank Heritage Foundation.

21 December 2016December 21, 2016
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Fidel Castro's death.

29 November 2016November 29, 2016
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Portrait of Nobel Prize-winning economist Douglass North.

4 November 2016November 4, 2016
Research Paper looking at the empirical connection between entrepreneurship and economic freedom

Entrepreneurship is one of the main engines of the economy. Entrepreneurs invest, create jobs, and help increase the standard of living of all. This Research Paper looks at the empirical connection between entrepreneurship and economic freedom. If there is a positive correlation between these two variables, then public policies aiming to support business creation must take this fact into account.

4 November 2016November 4, 2016
Le Devoir, p. A6

The 2016 Nobel Prize in Economics.

17 October 2016October 17, 2016
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James M. Buchanan and public choice theory.

2 October 2016October 2, 2016
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Portrait of the influential economist Ludwig von Mises.

29 September 2016September 29, 2016
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Ayn Rand's moral defence of capitalism.

31 August 2016August 31, 2016
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The book Capital, by Thomas Piketty, is once again discredited.

21 August 2016August 21, 2016
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The cost of the Olympics.

4 August 2016August 4, 2016
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Portrait of the influential economist Milton Friedman.

28 July 2016July 28, 2016
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There is among economists a genuine consensus about the virtues of free trade.

18 July 2016July 18, 2016
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Launch of Season 2 of the Free Markets Series.

29 April 2016April 29, 2016
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The link between libertarianism and the Couillard government.

5 November 2015November 5, 2015
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Launching of the book Prendre des libertés, by Nathalie Elgrably-Lévy.

14 October 2015October 14, 2015
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Portrait of the 2015 Nobel Prize for Economics winner, Angus Deaton.

14 October 2015October 14, 2015
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The idea that the rich are getting richer faster than the rest of the population.

12 October 2015October 12, 2015
Economic Note showing that there is great social mobility in Canada, both from one generation to the next and within individuals’ own lives

The fate of the poorest members of our society is rightly a recurring subject of concern in economic debates. Certain statements commonly heard can, however, give the impression that there are a lot of low-income people in Canada, and that for the majority of them, poverty is a permanent state. This perception is actually contrary to the observed facts. As we shall see, the results of the available research are clear: Social mobility is high in Canada.

24 September 2015September 24, 2015

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