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KPMG: Reasons to be skeptical of the advice they offer   
It is curious that the Pallister government would have hired consulting firm KPMG to provide advice on how to manage the Province’s affairs. KPMG’s actions across the world and in Canada—some illegal; many promoting the interests of the exceptionally rich at the expense of the rest of us—suggest th...
Salvadoran President Reaffirms Commitment to Advance Transitional Justice in El Salvador   
By Salvador Ernesto Pineda,?Senior Research Fellow at the Council on Hemispheric AffairsTo download a PDF of this article,?click here.There are recent and promising signs that the process of transitional justice is taking hold in El Salvador, albeit in a very slow and fragile way, with little resist...
Data Flows – Future Scenarios   
The opening of data currently held as private archives for more general use, namely for innovation and development, promises significant progress towards the digital single market in a ‘data-driven’ economy.This In-Depth Analysis commissioned by the European Parliament explores issues around the acc...
The Impact of Interprovincial Migration of Seniors on Provincial Health Care Spending   
SummaryThe dominant role played by government financing in Canada’s single-payer health care system has led to an oversight related to demographics: senior migration.Health care spending is skewed towards the first year of life and after retirement. The average amount spent on health care by govern...
How fintech is changing lives in the global south   
You may have heard of companies like WePay and Oscar. WePay is an online payments service provider; and Oscar is a user and technology-centered health insurance company. And you might have witnessed how these fintech companies are contributing to the transformation of the financial services sector ...
CF&P Supports Passage of House Tax Reform Bill   
Center for Freedom and ProsperityFor Immediate ReleaseWednesday, November 15, 2017202-285-0244www.freedomandprosperity.orgCF&P Supports Passage ofHouse Tax Reform Bill(Washington, D.C., Wednesday, November 15, 2017) –?The Center for Freedom and Prosperity urges all members of Congress to deliver tax...
Municipal Elections Disputed in Nicaragua   
By Gavin Allman, Research Associate at the Council on Hemispheric AffairsTo download a PDF of this article,?click here.One year ago, Nicaraguan president Daniel Ortega won his third consecutive presidential race with 72 percent of the vote. Legalizing Ortega’s candidacy required that two separate co...
Experts might have an alternative to basic income   
At Brain Bar Budapest, a large hall that was plastered in dark and leafy plants struggled to hold a sea of attendees. The crowd gathered to watch Steve Fuller, author of Humanity 2.0 and the Auguste Comte Chair in Social Epistemology at Warwick University, debate Zoltán Pogátsa, a Hungarian politic...
Beware of ‘temporary’ tax increases   
Appeared in the Ottawa Sun, November 15, 2017 Nobel Prize-winning economist Milton Friedman was fond of saying that there’s “nothing so permanent as a temporary government program.” In Ontario, we can add that there’s nothing so permanent as a temporary tax increase.Consider Ontario’s experienc...
Seniors migration cost British Columbia $7.2 billion in health-care expenses   
Appeared in the Vancouver Province, November 15, 2017 Canada’s health-care system has lots of problems including its comparatively high cost, long wait times and middling performance among universal health-care countries.One problem, which has largely been overlooked, is how Canada’s financing ...
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