Matthew Lau is an economics writer in Toronto, Canada. He appears regularly in the opinion page of the Financial Post, where he has written on fiscal policy, climate change, and employment regulations, as well as lighter topics such as the economics of restaurant tipping. His writing has also been published in the Toronto Sun and other publications across Canada. Matthew is co-author of a Fraser Institute book on fiscal policy titled End of the Chretien Consensus? He holds a Bachelor of Commerce degree, with a specialization in finance and economics, from the University of Toronto.