As fiscal pressures continue to mount, a more sensible allocation of front-line police officers is becoming increasingly important.
September 8, 2021 | 13 min. 49 sec. | Midi Pile (KYK Radio) Interview (in French) with Olivier Rancourt, Economist at the […]
Il existe une façon toute simple d’économiser des centaines de millions de dollars: repenser la répartition des tâches policières.
For a few years now, crime rates have been rising in Canada. At the same time, our police forces are facing mounting financial pressures. This research paper proposes a new way of seeing the division of labour for police that could generate substantial savings all while improving the quality of services delivered to the public.
An overwhelming majority of economists agree that international free trade grows businesses and creates good-paying jobs.
The federal government is chipping away a little bit at the edifice of freedom, ostensibly to promote the interests of Canadians.
One of the favourite myths peddled by proponents of government control is that under the free-market system, discrimination is rife and leads to unfair outcomes for minorities, women, and other groups.
In order to not just rebuild but also enhance economic opportunity, Alberta needs to carefully consider policy choices that will allow it to lead and to grow.
Il est temps de revoir notre façon d’évaluer les grands projets, tant au Québec que dans le reste du Canada, afin de donner la parole aux gens véritablement concernés.
In the US, the appointments of Tim Wu and Lina Khan signal a shift in the plans to address freedom of contract between internet providers, large tech firms, and users.