Monthly Archives: June 2018

Ontario election once again reveals deep flaws in our electoral systems

Just look at the results published at Elections Ontario. The Progressive Conservatives received 40.49 % of the vote. But they won a large majority of the seats 76 out of 124 or 61 % of the seats. The second place … Continue reading

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Second posting CEA paper Post crash macroeconomics:the eclipse of rational expectations monetarism and the need for a new synthesis

Chorney, Harold (Concordia University Montreal Harold.chorney@concordia.ca) Title Post-crash macroeconomics: The eclipse of rational expectations monetarism and the need for a new synthesis. Abstract Most of the classical and Neo-classical macroeconomics edifice imploded with the crash of 2007–2009. Instead of market … Continue reading

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