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The Canadian Government's "Duty to Consult" Indigenous People: Meaning, History, and Consequences

In this podcast Dwight Newman discusses one of the more important legal issues of our time: the Canadian Government's "Duty to Consult" Indigenous People. The meaning and history of duty to consult is discussed in detail.

50 MINAPR 4
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The Canadian Government's "Duty to Consult" Indigenous People: Meaning, History, and Consequences

Property Values, Wind Turbines, and Attitudes Toward Wind Energy

In this podcast, Professor Richard Vyn discusses his recently published article: "Property Value Impacts of Wind Turbines and the Influence of Attitudes Toward Wind Energy". His research examines the impact or wind turbines on property values in municipalities that oppose wind energy development and those that have not expressed opposition.

49 MIN2018 NOV 20
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Property Values, Wind Turbines, and Attitudes Toward Wind Energy

Thinking About Future Food Security By Examining The Last 35 Years In World Grain and Oil Seed Markets

In this podcast, Dr. Pat Westhoff discusses his recent article "Four indicators that explain world grain and oilseed market developments" written with his colleague Dr. Wyatt Thompson. Our discussion focuses on their empirical examination of four key indicators: crop yields, population, Chinese demand, and biofuel production.

28 MIN2018 SEP 7
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Thinking About Future Food Security By Examining The Last 35 Years In World Grain and Oil Seed Markets

The Economic Consequences of Farmland Policy on Farmland Values in Saskatchewan

In this podcast Dr. Chad Lawley discusses his recent paper examining the consequences of the 2003 Farmland Security Act Amendment in Saskatchewan. He finds evidence that the amendment favourably increased farmland prices.

31 MIN2018 MAR 27
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The Economic Consequences of Farmland Policy on Farmland Values in Saskatchewan

The Future of Food

In this podcast Dr. Jayson Lusk and Dr. Brady Deaton discuss Jayson's George Morris AgriFood Policy Lecture: "The Future of Food." Jayson points out that since the writings of Malthus, the food sector has been characterized by increases in productivity. He notes that this increase in productivity has allowed us to escape the Malthusian trap.

-1 s2017 NOV 7
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The Future of Food

Economic Integration Reconsidered

Dr. Bruno Larue discusses his recent keynote presentation to the Canadian Agricultural Economics Society (CAES) titled, "Economic Integration Reconsidered". Dr. Larue describes what is meant by economic integration and assesses changes in the perceived benefits of integration since the late 1980s.

-1 s2017 JUN 26
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Economic Integration Reconsidered

The Softwood Lumber War

Dr. Daowei Zhang and Dr. Brady Deaton discuss his thoughts about the contemporary and historic trade dispute between Canada and the United States regarding softwood lumber: i.e., "The Softwood Lumber Wars."

-1 s2017 APR 9
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The Softwood Lumber War

Examining The Relationship Between Land-Use Regulation And Affordable Housing

students from the University of Guelph and I discuss issues regarding land-use regulation and affordable housing with Emily Hamilton. Emily is a policy research manager at the Mercatus Center at George Mason University. Our discussion draws from a recent paper that she, and her co-author wrote titled, "How Land-Use Regulation Undermines Affordable Housing."

-1 s2016 NOV 17
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Examining The Relationship Between Land-Use Regulation And Affordable Housing

The Meaning and Measure of Household Food Insecurity

Dr. Valerie Tarasuk and Dr. Brady Deaton discuss the meaning and measure of food insecurity in Canada and the United States.

-1 s2016 JUL 5
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The Meaning and Measure of Household Food Insecurity

What's The Buzz? A Discussion of Bees and Neonics

Dr. Cynthia Scott-Dupree and Dr. Brady Deaton discuss the science that informs understanding of the relationship between bees and neonics - a pesticide that has recently been made subject to new restrictive regulations in Ontario, Canada and elsewhere.

-1 s2016 JUN 27
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What's The Buzz? A Discussion of Bees and Neonics

Latest Episodes

The Canadian Government's "Duty to Consult" Indigenous People: Meaning, History, and Consequences

In this podcast Dwight Newman discusses one of the more important legal issues of our time: the Canadian Government's "Duty to Consult" Indigenous People. The meaning and history of duty to consult is discussed in detail.

50 MINAPR 4
Comments
The Canadian Government's "Duty to Consult" Indigenous People: Meaning, History, and Consequences

Property Values, Wind Turbines, and Attitudes Toward Wind Energy

In this podcast, Professor Richard Vyn discusses his recently published article: "Property Value Impacts of Wind Turbines and the Influence of Attitudes Toward Wind Energy". His research examines the impact or wind turbines on property values in municipalities that oppose wind energy development and those that have not expressed opposition.

49 MIN2018 NOV 20
Comments
Property Values, Wind Turbines, and Attitudes Toward Wind Energy

Thinking About Future Food Security By Examining The Last 35 Years In World Grain and Oil Seed Markets

In this podcast, Dr. Pat Westhoff discusses his recent article "Four indicators that explain world grain and oilseed market developments" written with his colleague Dr. Wyatt Thompson. Our discussion focuses on their empirical examination of four key indicators: crop yields, population, Chinese demand, and biofuel production.

28 MIN2018 SEP 7
Comments
Thinking About Future Food Security By Examining The Last 35 Years In World Grain and Oil Seed Markets

The Economic Consequences of Farmland Policy on Farmland Values in Saskatchewan

In this podcast Dr. Chad Lawley discusses his recent paper examining the consequences of the 2003 Farmland Security Act Amendment in Saskatchewan. He finds evidence that the amendment favourably increased farmland prices.

31 MIN2018 MAR 27
Comments
The Economic Consequences of Farmland Policy on Farmland Values in Saskatchewan

The Future of Food

In this podcast Dr. Jayson Lusk and Dr. Brady Deaton discuss Jayson's George Morris AgriFood Policy Lecture: "The Future of Food." Jayson points out that since the writings of Malthus, the food sector has been characterized by increases in productivity. He notes that this increase in productivity has allowed us to escape the Malthusian trap.

-1 s2017 NOV 7
Comments
The Future of Food

Economic Integration Reconsidered

Dr. Bruno Larue discusses his recent keynote presentation to the Canadian Agricultural Economics Society (CAES) titled, "Economic Integration Reconsidered". Dr. Larue describes what is meant by economic integration and assesses changes in the perceived benefits of integration since the late 1980s.

-1 s2017 JUN 26
Comments
Economic Integration Reconsidered

The Softwood Lumber War

Dr. Daowei Zhang and Dr. Brady Deaton discuss his thoughts about the contemporary and historic trade dispute between Canada and the United States regarding softwood lumber: i.e., "The Softwood Lumber Wars."

-1 s2017 APR 9
Comments
The Softwood Lumber War

Examining The Relationship Between Land-Use Regulation And Affordable Housing

students from the University of Guelph and I discuss issues regarding land-use regulation and affordable housing with Emily Hamilton. Emily is a policy research manager at the Mercatus Center at George Mason University. Our discussion draws from a recent paper that she, and her co-author wrote titled, "How Land-Use Regulation Undermines Affordable Housing."

-1 s2016 NOV 17
Comments
Examining The Relationship Between Land-Use Regulation And Affordable Housing

The Meaning and Measure of Household Food Insecurity

Dr. Valerie Tarasuk and Dr. Brady Deaton discuss the meaning and measure of food insecurity in Canada and the United States.

-1 s2016 JUL 5
Comments
The Meaning and Measure of Household Food Insecurity

What's The Buzz? A Discussion of Bees and Neonics

Dr. Cynthia Scott-Dupree and Dr. Brady Deaton discuss the science that informs understanding of the relationship between bees and neonics - a pesticide that has recently been made subject to new restrictive regulations in Ontario, Canada and elsewhere.

-1 s2016 JUN 27
Comments
What's The Buzz? A Discussion of Bees and Neonics