Taylor Jackson

Independent Researcher

Taylor Jackson is an Independent Researcher and a former Senior Policy Analyst with the Fraser Institute. He holds a B.A. and M.A. in Political Science from Simon Fraser University. Mr. Jackson is the coauthor of a number of Fraser Institute studies, including Safety in the Transportation of Oil and Gas: Pipelines or Rail?, and the Fraser Institute's annual Global Petroleum Survey, and Survey of Mining Companies. He is also the coauthor of a book chapter on the past, present, and future of Canadian-American relations with Professor Alexander Moens. Mr Jackson's work has been covered in the media all around the world and his commentaries have appeared in the National Post, Financial Post, and Washington Times, as well as other newspapers across Canada.

Recent Research by Taylor Jackson

— fév 28, 2017
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Survey of Mining Companies, 2016 french

Fraser Institute Annual Survey of Mining Companies, 2016 classe 104 territoires autour du monde, d’après une combinaison de facteurs incluant les politiques favorables et les formations géologiques propices à la présence de minéraux et métaux. Cette année, la Saskatchewan et le Manitoba occupent le 1er et le 2e rang mondial. Le Québec est monté au 6e rang mondial cette année, alors qu’il se trouvait au 8e rang l’an passé.