Addressing corporate concentration | Event Recap

19 Apr 2024

This event with Robin Shaban, Matthew Holmes and Chris Ragan discussed the Canadian corporate concentration.

Economist weighs in on premiers' calls to pause carbon tax hike | CBC News

Published: 19 March 2024

March 14, 2024 | A growing number of premiers are urging the federal government to pause the carbon tax hike that's set to take place on April 1, or to ditch it altogether. Chris Ragan, the...

Should Canadians Worry About Inflation? Is the Cure Worse than the Disease?

Tuesday, March 21, 2023 16:30to18:00

Like many countries, Canada has experienced a sharp increase in consumer price inflation since mid-2021.3450 rue McTavish, Montreal, QC, H3A 0E5, CA/maxbellschoolCategory: Public lectures and...

Choosing the Right Target | Real Options for the Bank of Canada’s Mandate Renewal

Tuesday, September 22, 2020toFriday, September 25, 2020

The COVID-19 pandemic has disrupted the world, pushing the global economy into recession and forcing countries to take on nearly unprecedented levels of public debt.Online Conference, CA...

Canada should quadruple carbon tax to meet 2030 targets, commission says | The Globe and Mail

Published: 27 November 2019

November 27, 2019 | The Ecofiscal Commission's latest report says that if Canada were to meet its 2030 targets to cut greenhouse gas emissions through carbon pricing, it must more than quadruple...

Canada needs carbon tax of $210 a tonne by 2030 to meet Paris targets, report says | National Post

Published: 27 November 2019

November 27, 2019 | The Ecofiscal Commission says Canada will either have to raise carbon prices to $210 per tonne or adopt more expensive policies funded by higher income taxes to meet its 2030...

Here’s why you should like the federal carbon tax | The Star

Published: 28 November 2019

November 27, 2019 | In this opinion piece, it is argued how an escalating carbon price over the years accompanied by rebates, as shown by Chris Ragan, is the most transparent and the least costly...

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