BOC Governor Mark Carney, speaking at an AIMS event in Halifax, Nova Scotia, reiterated that he may raise interest rates as the economy continues to move toward full output.
The government’s latest move to tame the mortgage market will support the “long-term stability” of the housing market and guard against economic risks posed by excessive borrowing, BOC Governor Mark Carney said at an AIMS event.
In this op-ed, Don McIver argues that the same economic forces that stimulate wealth generation in advanced countries also foster a more equitable income share in developing countries.
AIMS Director of Research Don McIver argues that the same economic forces that stimulate wealth generation in advanced countries also foster a more equitable income share for developing countries.
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE15 FEBRUARY 2011 GLOBALIZATION IMPROVES INTERNATIONAL EQUITYHalifax: ‘Globalization’ is socially vilified for its apparent contribution to rising national income disparities, yet AIMS’ latest paper highlights that global trade has also contributed to substantially narrowing the income spread between countries. In The 99% Solution, AIMS Director of Research Don McIver argues that “the same [...]
Harry Koza, senior market analyst for Thomson Reuters in Toronto, anticipated the "great stimulus mania" in 2009, in a paper he wrote for the Atlantic Institute for Market Studies (AIMS).
In this commentary, Don McIver, AIMS Director of Research, discusses the unintended consequences of well meaning national policies. He argues that rather than complaining about the negative consequences for the Atlantic Provinces our leaders need to recognize our unique regional reality and act within it.
In this commentary, AIMS Research Fellow Harry Koza explains that the history of the suspicion surrounding Friday the 13th stems from an old sovereign debt crisis back in the fourteenth century.