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Queen’s Park the biggest winner with cap and trade
(March 23, 2016) Cap and trade will provide endless reasons for interest groups to lobby Queen’s Park for access to the many exemptions and potential political favours embedded in the legislation.
The Politics of Alternative Energy (3): The Need for Public Ownership of the Carbon “Idea”
(July 4, 2011) “If in the long run we are the makers of our own fate, in the short run we are the captives of the ideas we have created”. These words of economist and political philosopher Friedrich Hayek’s today resonate loudly in the carbon “idea” – that the West should fast-track a low-carbon economy no matter what the socio-economic cost. Continue reading
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Aldyen Donnelly: A Response to Peter Foster’s “The Demons in Krugmanomics”
(June 29, 2011) The following is a response to Peter Foster’s article published in the Financial Post on June 29, 2011. To read The Demons in Krugmanomics, click here.