Thought Leaders

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Ottawa should forget about limiting interest expense deductibility

Allan Lanthier on the OECD's proposal to limit excessive debt leveraging
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Carbon pricing may be overrated, if history is any indication

History proves radical technological change can be achieved by state intervention
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€55 billion cum-ex trading scandal has scary parallels with Enron

The robbery of the century in Germany resembles the Enron accounting case
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Coronavirus: The blow to the Chinese economy could be felt for years

Coronavirus is disrupting global supply chains and the Chinese manufacturing sector, says Chusu He.
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Women CEOs negotiate better severance than men — for all the wrong reasons

Female CEOs know they’re vulnerable and seek better severance, says Professor Pierre Chaigneau
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Canada-U.K. free trade: A post-Brexit opportunity

CETA provides a model for a U.K.-EU deal, it can also be the template for a Canada-U.K. deal, says economics professor Eugene Beaulieu
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France-US skirmish over Amazon digital tax

Shows why the century-old international tax system is broken, says Professor Ruth Mason
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Why money laundering thrives on Canada’s West Coast

Illicit capital moves through the underground Vancouver model, says Robert Diab
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How CEOs, experts and philosophers see the world’s biggest risks differently

Why does the PwC CEO survey results conflict with expert views?
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Quantitative easing now looks permanent

And has turned central banks into pseudo governments, says Valerio Cerretano