Transgenic crops confer overwhelming environmental benefits on modern agriculture.
Andrei Illarionov, the man behind Putin’s challenge to the government to double the economy within a decade, unveiled on Wednesday what he says is the first step to achieving that lofty goal — slash public spending.
Frontier interviews Professor Gordon Tullock, one of the world’s greatest living economists
Frontier interviews Johan Norberg, globalization advocate and author “In Defence of Global Capitalism”
A speech by one of the world’s leading defenders of globalization, Johan Norberg, to the Frontier Centre for Public Policy in Winnipeg, April 29, 2003.
Climate change assumptions used by governments to base policy directions on now appear severely flawed
After Russia moved to a simple 13% flat income tax revenues increased.
If rental prices were completely deregulated, the median monthly rent of subsidized housing would increase by only $8 due to the expansion of the unregulated market.
An assessment of the policy highs and lows in Manitoba during 2002.