Economists

An economist is a practitioner in the social science discipline of economics. The individual may also study, develop, and apply theories and concepts from economics and write about economic policy. Within this field there are many sub-fields, ranging from the broad philosophical theories to the focused study of minutiae within specific markets, macroeconomic analysis, microeconomic analysis or financial statement analysis, involving analytical methods and tools such as econometrics, statistics, economics computational models, financial economics, mathematical finance and mathematical economics.

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UMP: University of Manitoba Press · 29 March 2024 English

This first-of-its-kind collection shares stories not only of entrepreneurial excellence and persistence but of savvy leadership, innovation, and reciprocity, providing hope to Indigenous business leaders, youth, and elected officials working …

through a spirit of tenacity. Prior to the 1970s, economists, governments, and Indigenous leaders had not were different from those of Europeans. Most economists, anthropologists, and Indigenous Elders describe be developed was not part of the mindset of economists or public policy makers during the first two-thirds policies and strategies, elaborated largely by economists working through a mod- ernization framework that


Fraser Institute · 19 March 2024 English

Summary Economic growth in Canada remains sluggish, resulting in several negative consequences for Canadians, including slower growth in employment, incomes, and living standards. Reforming the federal personal income tax system …

is some debate among fraserinstitute.org 4 economists about the extent to which marginal tax rates Lammam et al. (2015) note that the majority of economists “agree that tax reductions can have dynamic effects


Wellesley Institute · 18 March 2024 English

Notable examples include the economic disempowerment of Indigenous communities upheld by the 1876 Indian Act59,60, and the persistent anti-Black racism and segregation of African Canadians – in housing, employment, schooling …

202649. Although it has always been important, economists have identified that inheritance as a source and health equity 6 Colleen MacDonald Line CCPA economists found racialized wealth inequities based on 2016 has been highlighted by some researchers and economists in Canada73,74,75. Furthermore, the income disparities


CUPE: Canadian Union of Public Employees · 12 March 2024

We can compare how compensation changed for workers with different levels of income by breaking the data down into five categories of equal size called quintiles, sorted from the 20% …

longer than expected changes to understand trends. Economists expect the Bank for price increases to stabilize complex factors, there is too much uncertainty for economists to predict when the Bank of Canada will lower


Agricultural Policy Research Networks · 11 March 2024 English

It is followed by a comparison of the relationship between the coordinates of rice production point of each DMU and the position of the optimal frontier. [...] The technical efficiency …

employ the services of agricultural production economists for effective and efficient allocation of resources employ the services of agricultural production economists for effective allocation of resources in order


CAN-Rac: Climate Action Network Canada · 8 March 2024 French

Le budget directeur parlementaire augmente également les crédits d’impôt à du budget, le gouvernement l’investissement précédemment annoncés pour fédéral s’est engagé à accorder le captage et le stockage de carbone …

e-inaction-costlier-than-net-zero-transition-economists-2021-10-25 Analyse actualisée des dépenses climatiques


CCPA: Canadian Centre For Policy Alternatives · 8 March 2024 English

1 Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change, Global Warming of 1.5 °C: An IPCC Special Report on the impacts of global warming of 1.5°C above pre-industrial levels and related global greenhouse …

e-inaction-costlier-than-net-zero-transition-economists-2021-10-25 Updated analysis of federal climate


CAN-Rac: Climate Action Network Canada · 8 March 2024 English

1 Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change, Global Warming of 1.5 °C: An IPCC Special Report on the impacts of global warming of 1.5°C above pre-industrial levels and related global greenhouse …

e-inaction-costlier-than-net-zero-transition-economists-2021-10-25 Updated analysis of federal climate


Fraser Institute · 7 March 2024 English

In countries with higher levels of economic freedom, people are less likely to subscribe to social norms that prioritize men over women in education, the labour force and political leadership. …

builds upon the important insights of earlier economists who studied the drivers of gender differences


C.D. Howe Institute · 6 March 2024 English

In Vancouver it’s called the “empty home tax.” In Toronto it’s the “vacant home tax.” Whatever the name, taxing residential property that is not occupied for a government-prescribed minimum number …

build or renovate homes and find buyers? Some economists have argued – erroneously – that investors hold


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