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Mar
29
What Have we Learned From the Financial Crisis?Part 4:Bernard Vallageas

What follows are comments from a roundtable discussion held at the University of Ottawa on February 28, organized by Mario Seccareccia, and which featured participation from Marc Lavoie, Louis-Philippe Rochon, Mario Seccareccia, Slim Thabet and Bernard Vallageas. This is Part 4 of 5 sequential blog entries. – Bernard Vallageas Vice-président de l’Association pour le Développement des Etudes Keynésiennes […]

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Mar
25
What Have we Learned From the Financial Crisis?Part 3:Mario Seccareccia

Mar
25
What Have we Learned From the Financial Crisis?Part 2:Louis-Philippe Rochon

Mar
25
What Have we Learned From the Financial Crisis?Part 1:Marc Lavoie

Feb
6
Canada’s Luxury Index is through the roof

Nov
29
Black Friday GDP: Consumption Slows, But Inventories Jump

Aug
30
GDP: Consumers to the Rescue

Feb
27
Boost the Minimum Wage, Boost the Economy

Mar
7
The Loonie’s Stagnant Purchasing Power

Nov
24
Luxury carbon

Oct
1
We told you so: HST introduction a factor behind GDP drop in July

Aug
20
The HST and Consumer Prices

Jul
22
Marc’s Summer Reading

Jul
20
The Privacy Issue that Harper Should Focus on – Credit Info

Jun
25
HST and Family Budgets: What’s Behind the Vastly Different Results

Feb
17
Competition in the Canadian telecom market

Sep
24
Affordability Gap

May
5
More Cheers for Maloway

Feb
10
Three Cheers for Maloway

Jan
22
Vanier Institute’s report on family finances 2009

Mar
27
Phone spam

Feb
7
My Natural Gas Woes