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Category: C. D. Howe Institute

Sep
11
Update: A Petition of Academics Against the CCPA Audit

A guest blog post from Mario Seccareccia and Louis-Philippe Rochon. After learning that the Canada Revenue Agency is auditing  the Canadian Centre for Policy Alternatives  on the grounds that it allegedly engages in politically partisan, biased and one-sided research activity,  a number of university professors  have drawn up an open letter asking the Minister of National […]

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Nov
6
Do C. D. Howe’s Numbers Support its Policies?

May
17
Inflation Collapse Confounds Monetary Hawks

Apr
18
BMO Professor vs. Bank Regulation

Dec
23
Canada Goose Egg

Sep
14
C. D. Howe Shills for Oil Companies

Aug
9
C. D. Howe’s Overnight Moves Need Work

Feb
8
Garbage In, Garbage Out

Jan
21
Do Corporate Tax Cuts Boost Investment Over the Hurdle?

Nov
20
Rejoice! Dividend Increases Await

Sep
7
Linda McQuaig Thaws Public-Sector Pay

Jun
24
Lone Parent Success Story Not Because of Tough Love

Jun
3
Knox on Labour Mobility Barriers

Mar
19
C. D. Howe on RRSP Limits

Mar
19
Transatlantic Echo Chamber

Mar
1
2010 Alternative Federal Budget

Feb
22
R-E-S-P-E-C-T

Sep
10
Tax Competitiveness 2009: Flogging a Dead Horse

Aug
6
Jack Mintz, Research and Pensions

Aug
4
EI, Economists and Unemployment

Apr
17
Lower Inflation Frees Central Bank’s Hand

Mar
31
Ontario Budget Notes

Mar
17
1% Small Business Tax: A Bad Idea Returns

Jan
16
Cutting to Zero

Dec
31
The Battle for History: Robson on the Great Depression

Dec
19
Deflation Marches On

Dec
9
Better Late Than Never

Nov
7
Election Masks Loss of Youth Employment

Oct
21
Too Little, Too Late?

Sep
30
Is Layton’s Tax Rate Competitive?

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