[Marcel] Boyer is that rarest of Montreal economists. He regularly makes jargon-free observations on a broad range of topics relevant to the city (past examples include the looming labour shortage, funding of new infrastructure and city hall’s high debt). Even if you might not always agree with his views, you’d have to admit they’re constructive. Now, in a paper published by the Montreal Economic Institute, of which he is vice-president, he pitches a way to head NIMBY off at the pass.
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