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.
In this commentary, originally published in the National Post, AIMS Senior Fellow Brian Lee Crowley explains how Canadians can prosper and leave America’s shadow, fulfilling the dream of Prime Minister Wilfrid Laurier of Canada leading the world.
In this commentary, Perry Newman, President of Atlantica Group LLB, draws on the spirit of the Jewish Passover season to reflect on why it’s important that we open our minds and think critically.
In this commentary, AIMS Director of Research Don McIver discusses the substantial issues that arise from the interventionist belief that fiscal manoeuvring can impact economic prospects. He suggests ways in which the government can remedy these issues.
This commentary sheds light on how the economic realities and collective self-interest shaped the public policy environment in Atlantic Canada – and how it can be harnessed to create a classical liberal environment.