Student Seminar 2004 MEI/Fraser Institute

During this seminar, Filip Palda, a Professor of Economics at ÉNAP, explained why we don’t need campaign spending gag laws; Sylvain Bernier, an Associate Researcher at the MEI, explained his recent publication, School Choice For All: A School Voucher Program for Quebec; Kenneth Green, the Director of the Risk and Environment Policy Centre at the Fraser Institute, explored global warming policy options; Richard Marceau, a Professor at ÉNAP, discussed government transparency and access to information; and Valentin Petkatchin, MEI’s new Director of Research, compared international models of health care provision, and the policy recommendations that Canada should consider.

Photos taken during the event

Participants having a discussion during a break at the Delta centre-ville’s Auditorium, where the Seminar was held.

Filip Palda, Professor at École nationale d’administration publique (ENAP), and speaker.

Jasmin Guénette & Vanessa Schneider: respectively Coordinator of Events and Publications at the Montreal Economic Institute (MEI) and Co-ordinator of Student Programs at the Fraser Institute.

Richard Marceau et Sylvain Bernier: Associate researchers at the MEI and lecturers. Richard Marceau is a Professor at l’École nationale d’administration publique (ENAP) and co-author of the Report Card on Quebec’s Secondary Schools.

Valentin Petkantchin: Director of Research at the Montreal Economic Institute (MEI) and lecturer.

Numerous questions were asked following all presentations.

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