economics News Archive
January 16, 2020 —
First, how expansive do we wish to define unpaid work?
November 13, 2019 —
An Arts degree will open doors to exciting and challenging careers
October 31, 2019 —
Emmanuel Briggs [BA/15], sees value in sharing his experiences with current students. Briggs graduated just four years ago and has participated as an employer in the Arts Career Round Table each year since he graduated. We sat down with Briggs to find out more about his career path and why he comes back to help Arts students.
October 25, 2019 —
'As an economist, I approached voting in the Canadian federal election with deep ambivalence that was shared by most everyone I know regardless of vocation or political persuasion'
September 27, 2019 —
One of the battle lines that seems to be emerging is which party can convince Canadians they are the best stewards for prosperity, and taxation is one tool politicians think they can use to influence the economy and make life fairer for Canadians
September 18, 2019 —
There is now widespread anxiety over the future of work, often accompanied by calls for a basic income to protect those displaced by automation and other technological changes
September 10, 2019 —
With the federal election soon upon us, it’s time to issue a call for politicians to stop buying us off with our own money
July 17, 2019 —
Federal Minister of Science and Sport announces support for research projects at the University of Manitoba
July 10, 2019 —
'Almost all families below the poverty line benefit from refundable credits'
July 8, 2019 —
There is no time to lose.