Goods don’t pay import taxes, only people pay import taxes.
In nine developed countries including Canada, immigrants are more than 20 per cent more likely to be self-employed than the native population.
Tariffs hurt Canadian consumers, but also Canadian producers who rely on imported inputs.
Demographics and Entrepreneurship blog series: Louder applause plus less regulation equals greater entrepreneurship
Regulators continue to downplay the deleterious impacts of their rules.
Recent U.S. actions underscore how difficult it is to negotiate a free trade agreement with a U.S. administration that believes in managed trade.
With this approach, British Columbians won’t know how the PR voting systems would work in practice.
Employment growth has been lopsided, with the GTA and adjacent areas reaping most of the benefits.
Tax policy is the most efficient way to incentivize high-growth entrepreneurship and access to finance.
A Chinese phone company broke U.S. rules by trading with blacklisted states such as North Korea.
Demographics and Entrepreneurship blog series: Entry rates for startups are falling, due partly to demography
Startup businesses often introduce new products and new ways of doing business into the economy.