School of Public Policy

Debt is a vast, sucking field of muck, and we're all flailing to get out | CBC Opinion

Published: 4Apr2019

March 19, 2019 | Chris Ragan, Director of the Max Bell School, shares his thoughts with Neil Macdonald, a columnist at CBC Opinion, regarding government debt and the upcoming "fiscal squeeze" as...

Populism and Public Policy | Breakfast Television Montreal

Published: 18Mar2019

The rise of populism has caused major changes in public policy, on both the left and the right. Professor Christoper Ragan, Director of Max Bell School of Public Policy, explores some examples....

Special Events

The Max Bell School organizes a number of special events for MPP students during the academic year. These events include policy luncheons and dinners with elected officials and other policy experts...

The “AB-QC’s” of equalization payments | Breakfast Television Montreal

Published: 11Jan2019

Director of the Max Bell School of Public Policy, Chris Ragan, sat down with Breakfast Television Montreal to speak about equalization payments. ...

Not all news consumers worry about journalistic values | POLICY OPTIONS

Published: 14Dec2018

The Max Bell School of Public Policy was mentioned in a Policy Options piece that discusses research conducted by newly appointed Max Bell Professor Taylor Owen and McGill Institute for the Study...

Un projet pour surveiller et analyser la désinformation en ligne | Le Devoir

Published: 12Dec2018

The Max Bell School was mentioned in an article featuring the Digital Democracy Project in Le Devoir. ...

Speech by Carolyn A. Wilkins, Senior Deputy Governor of the Bank of Canada, at McGill University's Max Bell School of Public Policy

Published: 19Nov2018

MONTREAL - On Tuesday, November 20, 2018, Bank of Canada Senior Deputy Governor Carolyn A. Wilkins will visit McGill University and deliver a speech during the first Max Bell Policy Luncheon,...

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