Max Bell School Master of Public Policy Information Session 2

Monday, November 1, 2021 13:00to14:00

Delivered by Chris Ragan, Director of the Max Bell School, Helen Aaron, the School's Graduate Program Coordinator, and Catherine Stace, our Career Services Manager, these webinars are a chance to...

Steve Ambler: Why the Bank of Canada Should Target Nominal GDP Rather than Inflation

2 Aug 2021

By targeting the nominal GDP, the Bank can propagate economic recovery and create a more robust monetary policy.

Paisley Sim: COVID-19 Policy Stringency across Provinces

6 May 2021

Provincial policy responses and outcomes have been highly divergent and the coordination benefits of federalism have been unevenly leveraged.

Racial Profiling in Policing: Watch the videos

6 Apr 2021

On March 25, 2020, the Max Bell School hosted Racial Profiling in Policing, an online conference that brought together speakers with expertise and personal experience to discuss innovative policy...

Facing Newfoundland and Labrador’s Fiscal Challenges

6 Apr 2021

Newfoundland and Labrador have highest debt burden of all provinces. Don Drummond and Louis Lévesque unpack the difficult choices the province faces to get back on track.

John Stewart: How is Nuclear Energy Like Immigration and Free Trade?

1 Mar 2021

John Stewart takes a look at the links between public opinion and the past, present and future of nuclear energy.

McGill Alumni Public Policy Society (MAPPS)

The McGill Alumni Public Policy Society (MAPPS) enables McGill University alumni working in public policy to maintain contact with the University, and each other, for their shared benefit and the...

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