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Paul Daniel Muller
Paul Daniel Muller

Paul Daniel Muller was President of the MEI from September 2006 to November 2008. 

Les Affaires, p. 21
The taxi industry facing higher gasoline prices.
28 June 2008June 28, 2008
Les Affaires, p. 36
Supply management of farm products.
7 June 2008June 7, 2008
Les Affaires, p. 36
The impact of structured opposition movements on economic development.
17 May 2008May 17, 2008
La Tribune (Sherbrooke), p. 23
The impact of structured opposition movements on economic development.
17 May 2008May 17, 2008
The Gazette, p. B-5
Establishing a business location: how can we prevent a subsidies race?
8 May 2008May 8, 2008
Les Affaires, p. 29
Establishing a business location: how can we prevent a subsidies race?
26 April 2008April 26, 2008
The Gazette, p. B-5
The Montmarquette Report on fees for public services.
17 April 2008April 17, 2008
Les Affaires, p. 34
The consequences of aging of the population and the impending mass retirement of the baby boom generation.
5 April 2008April 5, 2008
Les Affaires, p. 39
The financing of Quebec's highway infrastructure.
15 March 2008March 15, 2008
The Gazette, p. B-5
The public consultations on the Griffintown redevelopment project.
13 March 2008March 13, 2008
Les Affaires, p. 24
Report of the Task Force on Business Investment (Gagné Committee).
23 February 2008February 23, 2008
The Gazette, p. B-5
Report of the Task Force on Business Investment (Gagné Committee).
14 February 2008February 14, 2008
Les Affaires, p. 34
Maximizing the value of our public forests.
19 January 2008January 19, 2008
The Gazette, p. B-5
Maximizing the value of our public forests.
17 January 2008January 17, 2008
Idea discussed in Le Journal de Montréal (Cahier Votre argent)
Eleven ideas from the MEI for getting Quebec out of its torpor.
12 January 2008January 12, 2008
Series of texts (in French) discussed in the Journal de Montréal.

Onze idées pour changer le Québec : l'IEDM lance un débat ! L'IEDM propose aux Québécois une discussion autour d'idées de réformes qui pourraient être mises en vigueur d'ici cinq ans, la plupart d'entre elles d'ici 12 ou 24 mois. Ces idées ont été discutées dans le Journal de Montréal du 12 janvier 2008.

12 January 2008January 12, 2008
Idea discussed in Le Journal de Montréal (Cahier Votre argent)
Eleven ideas from the MEI for getting Quebec out of its torpor.
12 January 2008January 12, 2008
Idea discussed in Le Journal de Montréal (Cahier Votre argent)
Eleven ideas from the MEI for getting Quebec out of its torpor.
12 January 2008January 12, 2008
Les Affaires, p. 42
Union contributions are tax deductible.
24 November 2007November 24, 2007
Les Affaires, p. 38
The record industry and the Internet.
27 October 2007October 27, 2007
Les Affaires, p. 36
The province of Québec will welcome more immigrants in 2010.
29 September 2007September 29, 2007
Les Affaires, p. 41
The Commission sur l’avenir de l’agriculture et de l’agroalimentaire du Québec hold its hearings.
1 September 2007September 1, 2007
Les Affaires, p. 10
A solution to the blue-green algae problem.
11 August 2007August 11, 2007
www.cyberpresse.ca (Le Soleil), p. Web
The causes that explain the proliferation of blue-green algae in some lakes.
8 August 2007August 8, 2007
La Tribune (Sherbrooke), p. 12
The causes that explain the proliferation of blue-green algae in some lakes.
8 August 2007August 8, 2007
Les Affaires, p. 14
The financing of health care services in Quebec.
21 July 2007July 21, 2007
Les Affaires, p. 14
Suppliers of services financed by the state have recourse to a form of overpricing.
30 June 2007June 30, 2007
Les Affaires, p. 19
The debate over the Charest government proposed tax cuts.
9 June 2007June 9, 2007
Les Affaires, p. 14
The actuarial imbalance of the Québec auto-insurance plan.
19 May 2007May 19, 2007
Les Affaires, p. 16
The domestic market and interprovincial trade.
28 April 2007April 28, 2007

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