Governments do not possess superior knowledge of what people want to buy or sell.
Metal and mineral commodities are just as prone to boom-bust cycles as fossil fuels.
What’s now known as the "circular economy" was simply business as usual 200 years ago.
According to forecasts, Canada will be the worst-performing advanced economy from 2020 to 2030.
The Ford government plans to invest $100 million of taxpayer money in technology companies.
Despite economic, climate and health models often being wildly inaccurate and unreliable, they are increasingly relied upon for policymaking.
Government decisions can also result in inefficiencies or mistakes.
Central planners lack the knowledge and incentives to respond to consumer wants and needs.
If lots of people are reading newspapers, advertisers would have noticed by now.