An overview of Australia’s recent dairy reforms and the country’s phase out of marketing boards. A temporary consumer levy on milk is being applied to partially buy out quotas, the most difficult aspect of marketing board reform.
Across the world, very significantly lower electricity prices have resulted from replacing the monopoly supply of electricity with independent competing firms.
Frontier interviews an expert on Special Operating Agencies, autonomous business units within the public sector.
Students at the majority of Alberta’s charter schools outperform other students in the province on standardized exams, according to a new study that has prompted calls to introduce these alternative schools in other parts of the country.
Canada’s foreign policy confusion the war on terrorism risks significant trade repercussions for rural economies.
The Economist Magazine explores the role of think tanks in the George Bush Administration
In searching for analysis of comparative models of fiscal equalization between federal and state governments in a federation, the review commissioners looked to the award winning equalization initiative done jointly by 3 independent Canadian think tanks.
Count Day system of paying public schools rewards low performance.
An overview of Manitoba’s award-winning Special Operating Agency initiative