Les GAFAM sont devenus des boucs émissaires universels. On peut désormais les accuser de tous les maux, et ce, en étant quasiment certain qu’aucune vérification ne sera effectuée a posteriori.
The Quebec government has lately been promoting the idea of becoming self-sufficient in the production of food. Just how much are we willing to pay for this dubious benefit?
Let’s not, in the name of helping Canadian families, add to their problems by creating a heavily bureaucratic, inefficient child-care system from coast to coast.
It’s the low cost of daycare services—the subsidies—that allow mothers to access the labour market, not the daycare system as such.
What if governments’ recovery plans—both US President Joe Biden’s and Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau’s—don’t stimulate the economy such that it grows in the medium and long term?
April 24, 2021 | 6 min. 09 sec. | The Roy Green Show (Global Radio) Interview with Maria Lily Shaw, Economist at […]
The excessively low interest rates that currently prevail mean that the amount needed to service the debt may soon increase substantially.
Il est possible pour le gouvernement de sortir de ce cercle vicieux, mais cela nécessitera de la discipline et des cibles très claires.
On Monday April 19, the federal government of Prime Minister Justin Trudeau presented its first budget in over two years. In this publication, Montreal Economic Institute researchers shine a spotlight on the rapid growth of debt service charges.
Those looking for a sign that the winds have indeed changed in the United States could do worse than that country’s proposal for a global minimum corporate tax rate of 21%.