Canadian Student Review: Winter 2015
In this issue:
The Effects of Crony Capitalism—Alias: Government Intervention
The negative implications of the U.S. trade tariff on Chinese tires. 1st place essay contest winner: Graduate category.
The Video Gallery - A Real Game Changer
Ravina Bains, Associate Director, Fraser Institute Centre for Aboriginal Studies, leads an online discussion about the landmark Tsilhqot’n Nation V. British Columbia decision.
Crony Capitalism Lurks in Renewable Energy Subsidies Programs
The real costs of Spanish renewable energy subsidies and the resulting effect on consumers. 1st place essay contest winner: Undergraduate category.
The Quote Wall
Will Rogers on government efficacy.
The Book Corner
Zoning: What’s the Use?
How current urban planning development laws hinder entrepreneurial activities and the alternatives
for land use.
A Young Man’s View on Taxation
The world debt situation leads a student to think about ideal taxation rates.
The cost of crime skyrockets
What’s New from the Institute: Young adults moving west for economic opportunities; and police department staffing across Canadian cities.