Monthly Archives: March 2021

The emerging new consensus on stimulus and debt management

About this time last year I posted on how the pandemic would change the opinion of policy makers and politicians with respect to deficits and debt , the role of the state and macroeconomic policy in the months to come.(Co … Continue reading

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Some thoughts on financing health care and producing vaccines here at home.

There have been some interesting positive developments on the vaccine supply front and some initiatives to further stimulate late summer or early fall domestic production of vaccines against covid 19 here in Montreal and elsewhere in Canada. These are very … Continue reading

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Vaccine demographics and health policy

I am sitting on our living room sofa that dates from the 1940s and belonged originally to my paternal grandmother listening to the CBC explore the issue of the vaccine rollout and who are perplexed by the differences in the … Continue reading

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