Jairo Yunis

Jairo Yunis is a former Policy Analyst at the Fraser Institute. He holds a Bachelor of Political Science and International Relations from the Pontifical Xaverian University of Colombia and a Master’s degree in Public Policy from the University of Calgary. Jairo has previously worked for government in Colombia in policy issues related to local economic development and competitiveness. He specializes in energy policy, with a focus on carbon pricing and electricity markets.

Recent Research by Jairo Yunis

— May 31, 2022
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Can Canada Avoid Europe’s Energy Crisis?

Can Canada Avoid Europe’s Energy Crisis? is a new study that finds the Canadian federal government is pursuing aggressive climate policies similar to those that have largely contributed to energy prices skyrocketing in Europe, including the mandated transition to renewable energy sources and higher carbon prices.

— Apr 12, 2022
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Annual Survey of Mining Companies, 2021

Annual Survey of Mining Companies, 2021 ranks 77 jurisdictions worldwide, including Canadian provinces, on their attractiveness to investors based on responses from mining executives from around the world, and finds that Saskatchewan remains Canada’s top-rated jurisdiction for mining investment, and is the second most attractive worldwide.

— Nov 25, 2021
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Canada-US Energy Sector Competitiveness Survey 2021

The Canada-US Energy Sector Competitiveness Survey ranks 22 North American jurisdictions (17 states and five provinces and territories) based on policies affecting oil and gas investment. This year, no Canadian jurisdiction made the top ten. Investors flagged uncertainty concerning environmental regulations, regulatory duplication and inconsistencies, and the cost of regulatory compliance as major areas of concern in Canadian jurisdictions compared to US states.