Dr. Cotton says he isn’t sure why a taxpayer system is the only alternative and adds one option would be to increase the amount individuals can donate.
QED News Events
2017/03/11 (All day)
2017/03/02 - 11:15am
Thorsten Koeppl, The Financial Pipeline: What are the causes of inflation.
2017/02/14 - 10:15am
Dr. Cotton says imposing a limit and getting rid of the corporate donations would level the playing field in terms of the fundraising.
Vancouver Province: Big unions are big donors to NDP but amenable to banning their contributions.
2017/02/13 - 8:15am
Professor Christopher Cotton in the Vancouver Sun discussing political donations in British Columbia.
2017/02/03 - 12:00pm
Blockchain technology will have an impact on our daily lives Dr. Koeppl says regulations are important to protect the end user.
2017/02/02 (All day)
Prof. Christopher Cotton in IRPP's Policy Options on the likely impact of cash for access reforms.
2017/02/01 (All day)
HMV is closing its doors. Professor Lee says people are now willing to pay for streaming services to get their music.
2017/01/27 - 3:30pm
2017/01/23 (All day)
Professor Christopher Cotton discussing campaign finance reform with the CBC.
2017/01/03 (All day)
The Scarthingmoor Prize is awarded each year to the best MA essay(s).
It is with pleasure to announce the co-winners of the 2016-2017 Scarthingmoor Prize in Economics:
Eric Richert, “Estimating an Effort Coordination Game Between Parents and Their Children”, Supervisor: Professor Chris Ferrall
Tom Stringham, “Applicability of Control Function Separability as a Condition for Feasible Control Function Estimation of Simultaneous Equations Models”, Supervisor: Professor James MacKinnon
Please join us in congratulating Eric and Tom and their respective supervisors, Chris Ferrall and James MacKinnon, as well as thanking the members of the 2016-2017 Scarthingmoor Prize committee, Professors’ Franks Lewis (Chair), Robert Clark and Amy Sun for all of their hard work in awarding this prestigious prize.