Monetary Policy & Banking

— May 18, 2021
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A Primer on Modern Monetary Theory

A Primer on Modern Monetary Theory is a new study that finds that if the Bank of Canada continues to finance government debt by printing money without a clear commitment to repayment—also known as Modern Monetary Theory (MMT)—it would pose enormous risks to the Canadian economy. Where MMT has been tried in the past, it has resulted in inflation, sometimes even hyper-inflation, with devastating consequences for domestic economies.

— Oct 29, 2020
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Reforming BC Auto Insurance to Benefit Consumers

Reforming BC Auto Insurance to Benefit Consumers finds that the Government of British Columbia’s ICBC reforms haven’t gone far enough and maintain ICBC’s monopoly on basic automobile insurance—which keeps rates higher than they would be in a more open insurance market.

Monetary Policy & Banking Research Experts

  • Professor Emeritus of Economics, Simon Fraser University
  • Senior Fellow, Fraser Institute
  • Distinguished Professor of Finance and Entrepreneurship, Florida Atlantic University
  • Professor Emeritus of Economics, Simon Fraser University
  • President, Pacific Academy for Advanced Studies
  • Senior Fellow, Fraser Institute
  • Professor Emeritus in Economics, École nationale d'administration publique
  • Chairman, Fraser Institute Foundation & Founding Executive Director of the Fraser Institute