Good policy can make for good football
Can policy makers really have an impact on the economy, create jobs and even lift economic growth, or rather, should they just stay out of the kitchen? That’s a question I used to ask myself. After all, I started studying economics in the late 1980s when much of the thinking in academia was that Keynesian economics had gone too far. Governments were far too involved in the economy, taxing too much, spending too much, and many putting in place one boondoggle policy after another.
Commentary | 3-min read
September 20, 2021
Focus Area—Canadian Economics