QED News Events

  • 2015/11/10 - 9:00am

    Charles Beach (Economics) - Restored long-form census is welcome news, in the Times Colonist.

  • 2015/11/06 (All day)

    Charles Beach (Economics) – Loss of long form census, “inhibited research into inequality,” amongst other things, in The Globe and Mail.

  • 2015/11/03 (All day)
    Martin Hellwig

    Video of Martin Hellwig's W.A. Mackintosh lecture for 2015 available here.

  • 2015/10/22 - 9:00am

    Charles Beach (Economics) – Reinstating long-form census, “sends a signal of change of policy, and interest in basing policy on evidence,” in The Globe and Mail.

  • 2015/10/21 - 10:00am

    "Congratulations to Mark Gerretsen (B.A. 2006), recently elected MP for Kingston and the Islands."

  • 2015/10/21 - 9:30am

    Robin Boadway, Emeritus Professor in the Department of Economics at Queen’s University, and a Fellow of the Institute of Intergovernmental Relations, will be awarded an Honorary Doctorate by the Faculty of Social Sciences at Uppsala University. The ceremony will be held in January.

    Professor Boadway is a very distinguished economist, who previously contributed many important insights in the field of public economics. In his research, he has been studying how best to design the tax and social insurance systems, and how to efficiently divide the responsibilities among the various levels such as provincial and local government. He has also been President of the International Institute of Public Finance and Editor of the Journal of Public Economics.

  • 2015/10/13 (All day)

    Charles Beach (Economics) – Why do politicians love the middle class, in the Toronto Star.

  • 2015/10/05 (All day)

    The C.D. Howe Institute is pleased to announce that Frank Milne, of Queen's Economics Department, has been appointed as a Research Fellow...full details here.

  • 2015/09/28 - 9:15am

    The gender effects of universal child care in Canada, in Maclean’s Magazine.

  • 2015/09/28 (All day)

    Beverly Lapham (Economics) – What is the flip side of the low dollar, in the Globe and Mail.