Election reform bill like “a punch in the nose”...Christopher Cotton was referenced in a BC Local News piece on political campaign finance reform.
QED News Events
2017/09/25 (All day)
2017/09/14 (All day)
Charles Beach (Economics) discussed the latest Canadian census data showing that while median income has increased, individual incomes in Ontario and Quebec have dropped.
2017/08/21 - 1:45pm
Professor Cotton says it's not unusual for companies to support the party they think is best placed to win an election.
2017/08/04 (All day)
A recent article for Policy Options, by Dr. Gregory, saying the Cannabis Act doesn’t contain the rules for creating “a fair and orderly market” is referenced in a Globe and Mail editorial on the same issue.
2017/07/28 (All day)
THORSTEN KOEPPL and JAMES MacGEE "Mortgage insurance deductibles: an idea whose time hasn’t come"
2017/06/29 (All day)
2017/06/28 (All day)
SSHRC is sponsoring David Rosé and Maggie Jones to attend the 6th Lindau Meeting on Economic Sciences in Lindau, Germany from August 22 - 26, 2017.
2017/06/27 - 8:15am
Congratulations to Drs. Feir and Gillezeau, and Maggie Jones (PhD candidate at Queen’s University), who were recently presented with the Fred Bateman Award for best paper at the 2017 Economics and Business History Society conference. The winning paper is titled “The Slaughter of the Bison and Reversal of Fortunes on the Great Plains.”
2017/05/17 (All day)
Ian Keay says even though global free trade is the best option, under some circumstances trade protection can raise Canadian welfare.
2017/04/20 - 1:30pm
The new PPE (Politics-Philosophy-Economics) undergraduate degree plan has been approved and will be accepting students for the 2017-18 academic year. More details can be found on the QED undergraduate studies web page, or at: http://www.queensu.ca/artsci/programs-and-degrees/interdisciplinary/philosophy-politics-and-economics-specialization