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Herbert G. ( Herb) Grubel

Date of Birth (yyyy-mm-dd):  1934-02-26

Place of Birth:  Frankfurt, Germany

Profession | Occupation:  economist, professor of economics

Federal Political Experience

Years of Service: 1,316 days (3 years, 7 months, 7 days)

House of Commons

Constituency Political Affiliation at Election Date of Election Result
Capilano--Howe Sound Reform Party of Canada 1993-10-25 Elected

Parliamentary Group

Party Term
Reform Party of Canada 1993-10-25 - 1997-06-01

Offices and Roles as a Parliamentarian

Critic
Department Portfolio Term
Finance Finance 1994-09 - 1995-06-29
Finance Finance 1996-10-25 - 1998-06
Assistant / Associate Critic
Department Portfolio Term
Finance Finance 1995-06-30 - 1996-10-24
Committees - House of Commons

Committee membership is shown below by session. All members who served on a committee at any time during a session are listed.

Committee Role Term
Subcommittee on Special Import Measures Act of the Standing Committee on Finance Member 35th Parliament, 2nd Session
(1996-02-27 - 1997-04-27)
Standing Committee on Finance Member 35th Parliament, 2nd Session
(1996-03-01 - 1997-04-27)
Standing Committee on Finance Member 35th Parliament, 1st Session
(1994-01-17 - 1996-02-02)
Subcommittee on the Review of the Special Import Measures Act of the Standing Committee on Finance Member 35th Parliament, 2nd Session
(1996-06-11 - 1996-12-11)
Subcommittee on International Financial Institutions of the Standing Committee on Finance Member 35th Parliament, 2nd Session
(1996-02-27 - 1997-04-27)

Selected Publications

The following is a select bibliography, representing key titles or contributions from the parliamentarian’s collection of published works. To learn more about this parliamentarian’s written works please consult a library near you.

Every effort has been made to ensure the accuracy of the following information. Should you find any errors please contact us via e-mail at: parlinfo@parl.gc.ca.

Don't just cut taxes: reform the tax system. Fraser Forum. p. 14 July 2003

Liberalization of trade in services: a taxonomy and discussion of issues. Singapore: ASEAN Economic Research Unit, Institute of Southeast Asian Studies; 18 p. 1989

Does the global economy need a global currency?. Fraser Forum. p. 20 Sept. 2003

Quebec separation and the theory of optimum regional associations. Burnaby, B.C.: Department of Economics and Commerce, Simon Fraser Univer; 26 leaves. c1977

Domestic origins of the monetary approach to the balance of payments. Princeton, N.J.: International Finance Section, Dept. of Economics, Princeton University; 22 p. 1976

World monetary reform, plans and issues. Stanford, Calif.: Stanford University Press; x, 446 p. 1963

The demand for international reserves: a critical review of the literature. Journal of Economic Literature. 9:1148-1166 Dec. 1971

Unemployment insurance: global evidence of its effects on unemployment / contributors include Ronald G. Bodkin, Daniel S. Hamermesh, Dennis R. Maki ; Herbert G. Grubel and Michael A. Walker, editors. [Vancouver]: Fraser Institute; ix, 388 p. 1978

Real and insurance induced unemployment in Canada. Burnaby, B.C.: Dept. of Economics and Commerce, Simon Fraser University; 21 leaves. 1973

Will Canadian airline deregulation fail?. In: Conference on Economics of Regulation and Deregulation (1989 : Lethbridge, Alta.). Breaking the shackles: deregulating Canadian industry / edited by Walter Block and George Lermer. [Vancouver]: Fraser Institute; p. [179]-213 c1991

Towards a more efficient and equitable Canadian health care system. Fraser Forum. p. 26-28 June 1992

Taxation and the Rates of Return from some US Asset Holdings Abroad. Journal of Political Economy. May/June 1974

The case against the new international economic order. Weltwirtschaftliches Archiv. 113:284-306 [1977]

Service industry growth: causes and effects. Vancouver: Fraser Institute; xvi, 279 p. c1989

Table ronde sur une union monétaire nord-américaine. Revue parlementaire canadienne. 22(2):5-13 été 1999

The international monetary system: efficiency and practical alternatives. Harmondsworth, England: Penguin; 208 p. c1969

When is immigration bad?. Fraser Forum. p. 28 Dec. 2002

The causes and effects of service industries growth. Burnaby, B.C.: Dept. of Economics, Simon Fraser University; 13 p. 1989

Watch out, Canada! Here comes Mexico. Fraser Forum. p. 25 May 2001

Bonus pay systems and wage flexibility in Singapore. ASEAN Economic Bulletin. 2:186-195 March 1986

The Cost and Benefits of Protection in a Growing World. Kyklos. 36:213, no. 2 1983

Capitalism needs Risk, not Profit-Sharing. Kyklos. 40:163-75 (13 pgs), no. 2 1987

The making of Canadian economists: results of a survey of graduate students. The Canadian Journal of Higher Education. 21(3):1- 1991

About the establishment of an Afro-currency market in Nairobi. Burnaby, B.C.: Dept. of Economics and Commerce, Simon Fraser University; 23 leaves. [c1979]

Gold and the dollar crisis: twenty years later. Burnaby, B.C.: School of Business Administration and Economics, Simon Fraser University; 30 leaves. [1981]

A flat tax for Canada. Vancouver: Fraser Institute; 16 l. [1995]

A proposal to provide development aid through equity investments and mutual funds [proposal for the establishment of mutual funds which purchase equities in developing countries and sell shares in all parts of the world to private wealth-holders and official aid-giving agencies]. Economic Record. 46:86-95 March 1970

The book that influenced me most. A Yale degree but a Chicago education. Policy Options = Options politiques. 23(1):43 Jan./Feb. 2002

Economic freedom and human welfare: some empirical findings. Cato journal. 18:287-304 Fall 1998

Canadian Economists' Citation and Publication Records. Canadian Journal of Higher Education. 9(1):27-43 1981

A proposal for the establishment of an International Deposit Insurance Corporation. Princeton, N.J.: International Finance Section, Dept. of Economics, Princeton University; 24 p. 1979

International economics. Rev. ed. Homewood, Ill.: R.D. Irwin; xix, 724 p. c1981

Real and insurance-induced unemployment in Canada. Canadian Journal of Economics. 8:174-191 May 1975

Going alone: the case for relaxed reciprocity in freeing trade. Journal of International Trade & Economic Development. 12(2):217-224 June 2003

The new international banking [trends and possible consequences; Canadian banks. Banca Nazionale del Lavoro Quarterly Review. p. 263-284 September 1983

Creating a common frontier for North America: opportunities and problems. Fraser Forum. p. 17 Mar. 2002

Regulatory issues and the theory of multinational banking. Burnaby, B.C.: Simon Fraser University, Dept. of Economics and Commerce; 1 v. [1977]

Limits to government: controlling deficits and debt in Canada. Toronto: C.D. Howe Institute; viii, 90 p. 1992

The effects of unemployment benefits on U.S. unemployment rates. Weltwirtschaftliches Archiv. 112(2):274-299 1976

The case against the new international economic order. In: The Contemporary international economy: a reader / edited by John Adams. New York: St. Martin's Press; p. 524-45. 1985

Multinational banking. Singapore: Institute of Southeast Asian studies; iii, 21 p. c1985

Introduction. In: The European Community after 1992: perspectives from the outside / edited by Silvio Borner and Herbert Grubel. Houndmills, Hampshire [England]: Macmillan; p. xii-xxiv 1992

The underground economy as rational adjustment to Government policies. [Burnaby, B.C.]: Simon Fraser University; 35 p. 1982

The European Community after 1992: perspectives from the outside / edited by Silvio Borner and Herbert Grubel. Houndmills, Hampshire [England]: Macmillan; xxiv, 450 p. 1992

Free market zones: deregulating Canadian enterprise. Vancouver: Fraser Institute; xv, 140 p. c1983

The international movement of human capital: Canadian economists. Canadian Journal of Economics. 2:375-88 Aug. 1969

Free economic zones: good or bad?. Aussenwirtschaft. 39:43-56 May 1984

Farm policies and the future of the Atlantic community: the only strong bargaining point for the U.S. is that the U.S. adheres to international commodity agreements and is willing to store excess production, whereas the [European economic] community program makes no such provision. Challenge. 13:38-41 October 1964

The case against an international commodity reserve currenc. Oxford Economic Papers (New Series). 17:130-135 March 1965

Introduction. In: Tax reform in Canada: our path to greater prosperity / edited by Herbert G. Grubel. Vancouver: Fraser Institute; p. 3-16 2003

Tax reform in Canada: our path to greater prosperity. Vancouver: Fraser Institute; xi, 262 p. 2003

Preface. In: Tax reform in Canada: our path to greater prosperity / edited by Herbert G. Grubel. Vancouver: Fraser Institute; p. xi-xii 1998

Unlocking Canadian capital: the case for capital gains tax reform. Vancouver: Fraser Institute; xi, 232 p. 2000

The international flow of human capital. American Economic Review. 56:268-274 May 1966

How to use the fiscal surplus: what is the optimal size of government?. Vancouver: Fraser Institute; xii, 172 p. 1998

Direct and embodied trade in services: or where is the service trade problem?. Vancouver: Fraser Institute; 23 p. c1986

Rationality in Public policy: Retrospect and Prospect, a Tribute to Douglas G. Hartle. Canadian Public Policy. 26(2):274 June 2000

The evolution of the service sector: major conceptual questions and answers. Vancouver: Fraser Institute; 66 p. c1986

Exchange rate policy in Southeast Asia: [papers] / Herbert G. Grubel and Theodore Morgan, editors. Lexington, Mass.: Lexington Books; xxi, 109 p. [c1973]

The cost of Canada's employment insurance system. Fraser Forum. p. 8-9 Feb. 2004

New Criteria for Optimum Currency Areas. In: Essays in honour of Peter Lloyd / edited by Sisira Jayasuriya. Cheltenham, U.K. and Northampton, Mass.: Edward Elgar Pub.; 2:180-202. 2005

The characteristics of foreigners in the U.S. economics profession. American Economic Review. 57:131-145 March 1967

Forward exchange, speculation, and the international flow of capital. Stanford, Calif.: Stanford University Press; xiii, 192 p. c1966

The Merit of a North American Monetary Union. In: The dollarization debate / edited by Dominick Salvatore, James W. Dean and Thomas Willett. Oxford and New York: Oxford University Press; p. 318-40 2003

Economists in the United States. Kyklos. 21(2):299-312 1968

Service industry growth: causes and effects: an executive summary. [Vancouver]: Fraser Institute; 18, 21 p. [1989]

Does North America need an Amero? (economists debate the pros and cons of a common currency). Policy Options = Options politiques. 21:55-63 Sept. 2000

The international monetary system: efficiency and practical alternatives. 4th ed. Harmondsworth, England: Penguin Books; 214 p. 1984

Limits to the power of the people. In: Fixing Canadian democracy / edited by Gordon Gibson. Vancouver: Fraser Institute; p. 181-199 c2003

International monetarism and the explanation of world inflation. Burnaby, B.C.: Simon Fraser University, Dept. of Economics and Commerce; 1 v. [1977]

The Peter principle and the efficient market hypothesis. Burnaby, B.C.: Simon Fraser University, Dept. of Economics and Commerce; 1 v. [1977]

Theory and measurement for economic policy. Aldershot, Hants, England; Brookfield, Vt.: E. Elgar Pub; 3 v. 1993

All Traded Services Are Embodied in Materials or People. World Economy. 10(3):319 Sept. 1987

The pitfalls of proportional representation. Fraser Forum. p. 16-17 Oct. 2004

Nonreturning foreign students and the cost of student exchange. International Educational and Cultural Exchange. p. 20-29 Spring 1966

Drifting apart: Canadian and U.S. labor markets. Contemporary Policy Issues. 6:39-55 January 1988

A professor in Parliament: experiencing a turbulent Parliament and Reform Party Caucus, 1993-97. Vancouver: [The Author]; 297 p. 2000

Wohlfahrtsstaat und Effizienz : gibt es akzeptable Kompromisse?. Kiel: Institut fur Weltwirtschaft an der Universität Kiel; 17 p. 1995

The new growth theory in the age of Coasean economics: institutions to capture externalities. Burnaby, B.C.: Dept. of Economics, Simon Fraser University; 22 p. 1992

Why there should be no capital gains tax. In: Tax reform in Canada: our path to greater prosperity / edited by Herbert G. Grubel. Vancouver: Fraser Institute; p. 139-161 2003

Intra-industry specialization and the pattern of trade. In: Intra-industry trade / edited by Peter J. Lloyd and Gerbert G. Grubel. Cheltenham, U.K. and Northampton, Mass: Elgar; p. 36-50 2003

Cross-border shopping: the role of economic forces and government. Vancouver: Fraser Institute; 38 p. 1992

The Empirical Measurement of Intra-industry Trade. In: Intra-industry trade / edited by Peter J. Lloyd and Herbert G. Grubel. Cheltenham, U.K. and Northampton, Mass: Elgar; p. 247-70 2003

Fences for improving governance. Fraser Forum. p. 9 May 2000

The National Accounts, Household Service Consumption and its Monetization. Kyklos. 42(3):3-15 1989

10 reasons why Canada is performing poorly on the world stage. Business in Vancouver. no 842:6 Dec 13-Dec 19, 2005

Intra-industry specialization and the pattern of trade. Canadian Journal of Economics and Political Science. 33:374-388 August 1967

Canadian economists' citation counts updated 1970-1979. Burnaby, B. C.: School of Business Administration and Economics, Simon Fraser University; 5 leaves. [c1980]

Introduction and summary. In: How to use the fiscal surplus: what is the optimal size of government? / edited by Herbert Grubel. Vancouver: Fraser Institute; p. 3-9 1998

Optimal levels of spending and taxation in Canada. In: How to use the fiscal surplus: what is the optimal size of government / edited by Herbert Grubel. Vancouver: The Fraser Institute; p. 53-68 1998

The high dollar, the Bank of Canada, & monetary union. Fraser Forum. p. 17 Dec. 2003

Household Service Consumption and its monetization. In: Traded and non-traded services: theory, measurement and policy: proceedings of a service sector roundtable June 2-4, 1987, Toronto, Ontario / edited by James J. McRae and Martine M. Desbois. Halifax, N.S.: Institute for Research on Public Policy = L'Institut de recherches politiques; p. 87-[98] c1988

A theory of multinational banking [economic benefits and drawbacks]. Banca Nazionale del Lavoro Quarterly Review,. p. 349-363 Dec. 1977

The effect of unemployment benefits on U.S. unemployment rates. In: Unemployment insurance : global evidence of its effects on unemployment / contributors include Ronald G. Bodkin, Daniel S. Hamermesh, Dennis R. Maki ; Herbert G. Grubel and Michael A. Walker, editors. [Vancouver]: Fraser Institute; p. 364-388 1978

Official forward exchange policy and devaluation. Weltwirtschaftliches Archiv. 101:297-303 1968

Principles of macroeconomics. Richmond, B.C.: Open Learning Institute; 4 v. c1980

Reflections on a Canadian bill of economic rights. Burnaby, B.C.: School of Business Administration and Economics, Simon Fraser University; 24 p. [1981]

Intra-industry Trade in Assets. In: Frontiers of research in intra-industry trade / edited by P.J. Lloyd and Hyun-Hoon Lee. Houndmills, U.K. and New York: Palgrave Macmillan; p. 273-90 2002

Towards a theory of free economic zones. Weltwirtschaftliches Archiv. 118:39-60 1982

The rise and fall of the U.S. dollar, 1945-1971. [Cambridge, Ont.]: Collier-Macmillan Canada; [9] p. [1973] c1972

International evidence on the effects of having no capital gains taxes / edited by Herbert G. Grubel. Vancouver: Fraser Institute; xiv, 168 p. 2001

Canada`s fiscal imbalances: history and options for the future. In: How to use the fiscal surplus: what is the optimal size of government? / edited by Herbert Grubel. Vancouver: Fraser Institute; p. 13-25. 1998

On the Efficient Use of Mathematics in Economics: Some Theory, Facts and Results of an Opinion Survey. Kyklos. 39:419, no. 3 1986

National monetary sovereignty under different exchange rate regimes. New York: New York University, Institute of Finance; 49 p. c1972

International trade in used cars and problems of economic development. Burnaby, B.C.: Dept. of Economics and Commerce, Simon Fraser University; 23 leaves. [c1979]

The international monetary system : efficiency and practical alternatives. 3rd ed. Harmondsworth ; New York [etc.]: Penguin; 237 p. 1977

Small Country Benefits from Monetary Union. Journal of Policy Modelling. 27(4): 509-23 June 2005

Effective tariff protection: proceedings of a conference sponsored by the General Agreement on Tariffs and Trade and the Graduate Institute of International Studies, Geneva, Switzerland, 17 to 20 December 1970/ Herbert G. Grubel and Harry G. Johnson, editors. Geneva: General Agreement on Tariffs and Trade: Graduate Institute of International Studies; vii, 305 p 1971

Free trade zones and their relation to GATT. In: Issues in world trade policy: GATT at the crossroads: papers presented at a conference of the Centre of Policy Studies, Monash University, Australia / edited by R.H. Snape. Basingstoke [England]: Macmillan; p.140-151 1986

Tax relief without risk [Proposal that fiscal surpluses be returned to taxpayers as cash rebates at the end of the year they are realized]. Fraser Forum. p. 22 Feb. 1999

Conceptual issues in service sector research: a symposium / contributors include Peter Hill, Ronald Kutscher, Richard McKenzie ; edited by Herbert G. Grubel. Vancouver: Fraser Institute; viii, 194 p. c1987

The gold and dollar crisis five years later. National Banking Review. 3:89-99 Sept. 1965

Who needs this roller coaster?. Fraser Forum. p. 17 June 2004

Foreign Scientists in the United States. Science and Public Affairs. 26(4):9-12 April 1970

Doubts about the new growth theory. Swiss Review of World Affairs. no. 2:14-16 Feb. 1993

A monetary model of Kenya's balance of payments. Burnaby, B.C.: Dept of Economics and Commerce, Simon Fraser University; 35 leaves. c1979

Household service consumption and its monetization: or how much of each other's laundry are we doing?. Vancouver: Fraser Institute; 19 p. c1986

The case for the elimination of capital gains taxes in Canada. In: International evidence on the effects of having no capital gains taxes / edited by Herbert G. Grubel. Vancouver: Fraser Institute; p. 3-35 2001

The real cost of the human resources spending scandal. Fraser Forum. p. 30 Mar. 2000

Moral hazard, unnemployment insurance and the rate of unemployment. In: Unemployment insurance: global evidence of its effects on unemployment / contributors include Ronald G. Bodkin, Daniel S. Hamermesh, Dennis R. Maki ; Herbert G. Grubel and Michael A. Walker, editors. [Vancouver]: Fraser Institute; p. 1-35 1977

International Trade in Used Cars and Problems of Economic Development. World Development. 8(10):781-788 Oct. 1980

Interest on required reserves to reduce Euro-currency banking. Burnaby, B.C.: School of Business Administration and Economics, Simon Fraser University; 28 p. [1981]

Canada's stake in the New International Economic Order. Canadian Public Policy/Analyse de Politiques. 3:324-43 Summer 1977

The theory of free economic activity zones. Burnaby, B.C.: Dept. of Economics and Commerce, Simon Fraser University; 29 leaves. c1979

Benefiting from capital gains tax cuts. Fraser Forum. p. 40 Feb. 1999

The regulators versus Adam Smith [Let free market regulate corporate greed, not government]. Fraser Forum. p. 34 Dec. 2002

The economic and social effects of immigration. In: The Immigration dilemma / edited by Steven Globerman. Vancouver: Fraser Institute; p. 99-127. 1992

Producer services: their important role in growing economies. Burnaby, B.C.: Simon Fraser University, Dept. of Economics; 23 p. 1993

Personal income taxation and choice of professions [extent to which tax considerations influence choice of occupation]. Quarterly Journal of Economics. 78:158-163 February 1964

Intra-industry trade / edited by Peter J. Lloyd and Herbert G. Grubel. Cheltenham, UK; Northampton, MA: Edward Elgar Publishing; xxviii, 531 p. 2003

Round table on a North American currency. Canadian Parliamentary Review. 22(2):5-13 Summer 1999

Canadian economists' citation and publication records, 1970-76. Burnaby, B.C.: Simon Fraser University, Dept. of Economics and Commerce; 34 p. c1978

Why is Canada's unemployment rate so high?: a labour market and technology explanation of the divergence of unemployment rates in Canada and the United States, 1960-85. Vancouver: Fraser Institute; viii, 68 p. 1986

Whither the natural rate of unemployment?. Burnaby, B.C.: Simon Fraser University; 17 leaves. c1978

Croissance de l'industrie des services : causes et effets : sommaire. [Vancouver]: Fraser Institute; 21, 18 p. [1989]

The reduction of the brain drain: problems and policies. Minerva. 6(4):541-558 Summer 1968

The theory of international capital movements. Burnaby, B.C.: School of Business Administration and Economics, Simon Fraser University; 30 leaves. [1980]

Reflections on a Canadian Bill of Economic Rights. Canadian Public Policy. 8(1):57 Winter 1982

Effective Tariff protection: a non-specialist guide to the theory, policy implications and controversies. In: Effective tariff protection: proceedings of a conference sponsored by the General Agreement on Tariffs and Trade and the Graduate Institute of International Studies, Geneva, Switzerland, 17 to 20 December 1970/ H. G. Grubel and H. G. Johnson, editors. Geneva: General Agreement on Tariffs and Trade: Graduate Institute of International Studies; p. 1-15 1977

What is full employment?. Burnaby, B.C.: Dept. of Economics and Commerce, Simon Fraser University; 35 leaves. [c1979]

Change the Immigrant Selection Process - Promptly. Fraser Forum. p.19-20 April 2006

Citation counts for economists specializing in international economics: a tribute to the memory of Harry G. Johnson. Burnaby, B.C.: Simon Fraser University; 32 leaves. 1978

Effects on the rest of the world: trade diversion, creatiuon and wealth. In: The European Community after 1992 : perspectives from the outside / edited by Silvio Borner and Herbert Grubel. Houndmills, Hampshire [England]: Macmillan; p. 29-44 1992

On the Insurance Corporation of British Columbia: public monopolies and the public interest. Vancouver: Fraser Institute; vi, 102 p. 1985

International economics. Homewood, Ill.: R. D. Irwin; xviii, 658 p. c1977

Reflections on the present state of the brain drain and a suggested remedy. Minerva. 14:209-224 Summer 1976

The case for optimum exhange rate stability. Burnaby, B.C.: Dept. of Economics and Commerce, Simon Fraser University; 40 leaves c1973

Intra-industry trade: the theory and measurement of international trade in differentiated products. New York: Wiley; xiv, 205 p. [1975]

Canada's Immigrant Selection Policies: Recent Record, Marginal Changes and Needed Reform. Vancouver, B.C.: Fraser Institute; 65 p. Aug 29, 2013

The merit of a Canada-US monetary union. North American Journal of Economics and Finance. 11(1):19-40. April 2000

The costs and benefits of protection in a growing world. Burnaby, B.C.: School of Business Administration and Economics, Simon Fraser University; 24 leaves. [1980]

Bonus pay systems for greater economic stability. Canadian Public Policy/Analyse de Politiques. 10(2):185-92 June 1984

Towards a Theory of Two-Way Trade in Capital Assets. In: Intra-industry trade / edited by Peter J. Lloyd and Gerbert G. Grubel. Cheltenham, U.K. and Northampton, Mass: Elgar; p. 517-28 2003

Uniform global prices mean higher prices for drugs. Fraser Forum. p. 4 Feb. 2002

The case for the Amero: the economics and politics of a North American monetary union; foreword by Gordon Gibson. Vancouver: Fraser Institute; 48 p. 1999

The taxation of windfall gains on stocks of natural resources. Canadian Public Policy. 1(13-29 Winter 1975

Estados Unidos como banquero mundial. [1. ed.] Meìxico: Centro de Estudios Monetarios Latino-americanos; 67 p. 1965

Views of a Euro-optimist. Fraser Forum. p. 11 Feb. 1999

The real cost of the B.C. Milk Board: a case study in Canadian agricultural policy. Vancouver: Fraser Institute; xvi, 69 p. c1977

The brain drain: determinants, measurement and welfare effects. Waterloo, Ont.: Wilfrid Laurier University Press; xiii, 165 p. c1977

Banche multinazionali e teoria economica. Moneta e Credito. 31:51-66 March 1978

The Merit of Hard Currency Fixes and Argentina's Experience with a Currency Board. In: Exchange rates, economic integration and the international economy / edited by Leo Michelis and Mark Lovewell. Toronto: APF Press; p. 49-62. 2004

The costs of agricultural marketing boards and a proposal for controlling them. Burnaby, B.C.: Dept. of Economics and Commerce, Simon Fraser University; 32 p. 1977

The M.B.A. education myth. Journal of Business. 42:42-49 January 1969

The costs of capital gains taxes: lowering the capital gains inclusion rate is a step in the right direction, but shouldn't this tax just be eliminated?. Fraser Forum. p. 15 Mar. 2000

Federal Political Experience

Years of Service: 1,316 days (3 years, 7 months, 7 days)

House of Commons

Constituency Political Affiliation at Election Date of Election Result
Capilano--Howe Sound Reform Party of Canada 1993-10-25 Elected

Parliamentary Group

Party Term
Reform Party of Canada 1993-10-25 - 1997-06-01

Offices and Roles as a Parliamentarian

Critic
Department Portfolio Term
Finance Finance 1994-09 - 1995-06-29
Finance Finance 1996-10-25 - 1998-06
Assistant / Associate Critic
Department Portfolio Term
Finance Finance 1995-06-30 - 1996-10-24
Committees - House of Commons

Committee membership is shown below by session. All members who served on a committee at any time during a session are listed.

Committee Role Term
Subcommittee on Special Import Measures Act of the Standing Committee on Finance Member 35th Parliament, 2nd Session
(1996-02-27 - 1997-04-27)
Standing Committee on Finance Member 35th Parliament, 2nd Session
(1996-03-01 - 1997-04-27)
Standing Committee on Finance Member 35th Parliament, 1st Session
(1994-01-17 - 1996-02-02)
Subcommittee on the Review of the Special Import Measures Act of the Standing Committee on Finance Member 35th Parliament, 2nd Session
(1996-06-11 - 1996-12-11)
Subcommittee on International Financial Institutions of the Standing Committee on Finance Member 35th Parliament, 2nd Session
(1996-02-27 - 1997-04-27)

Selected Publications

The following is a select bibliography, representing key titles or contributions from the parliamentarian’s collection of published works. To learn more about this parliamentarian’s written works please consult a library near you.

Every effort has been made to ensure the accuracy of the following information. Should you find any errors please contact us via e-mail at: parlinfo@parl.gc.ca.

Don't just cut taxes: reform the tax system. Fraser Forum. p. 14 July 2003

Liberalization of trade in services: a taxonomy and discussion of issues. Singapore: ASEAN Economic Research Unit, Institute of Southeast Asian Studies; 18 p. 1989

Does the global economy need a global currency?. Fraser Forum. p. 20 Sept. 2003

Quebec separation and the theory of optimum regional associations. Burnaby, B.C.: Department of Economics and Commerce, Simon Fraser Univer; 26 leaves. c1977

Domestic origins of the monetary approach to the balance of payments. Princeton, N.J.: International Finance Section, Dept. of Economics, Princeton University; 22 p. 1976

World monetary reform, plans and issues. Stanford, Calif.: Stanford University Press; x, 446 p. 1963

The demand for international reserves: a critical review of the literature. Journal of Economic Literature. 9:1148-1166 Dec. 1971

Unemployment insurance: global evidence of its effects on unemployment / contributors include Ronald G. Bodkin, Daniel S. Hamermesh, Dennis R. Maki ; Herbert G. Grubel and Michael A. Walker, editors. [Vancouver]: Fraser Institute; ix, 388 p. 1978

Real and insurance induced unemployment in Canada. Burnaby, B.C.: Dept. of Economics and Commerce, Simon Fraser University; 21 leaves. 1973

Will Canadian airline deregulation fail?. In: Conference on Economics of Regulation and Deregulation (1989 : Lethbridge, Alta.). Breaking the shackles: deregulating Canadian industry / edited by Walter Block and George Lermer. [Vancouver]: Fraser Institute; p. [179]-213 c1991

Towards a more efficient and equitable Canadian health care system. Fraser Forum. p. 26-28 June 1992

Taxation and the Rates of Return from some US Asset Holdings Abroad. Journal of Political Economy. May/June 1974

The case against the new international economic order. Weltwirtschaftliches Archiv. 113:284-306 [1977]

Service industry growth: causes and effects. Vancouver: Fraser Institute; xvi, 279 p. c1989

Table ronde sur une union monétaire nord-américaine. Revue parlementaire canadienne. 22(2):5-13 été 1999

The international monetary system: efficiency and practical alternatives. Harmondsworth, England: Penguin; 208 p. c1969

When is immigration bad?. Fraser Forum. p. 28 Dec. 2002

The causes and effects of service industries growth. Burnaby, B.C.: Dept. of Economics, Simon Fraser University; 13 p. 1989

Watch out, Canada! Here comes Mexico. Fraser Forum. p. 25 May 2001

Bonus pay systems and wage flexibility in Singapore. ASEAN Economic Bulletin. 2:186-195 March 1986

The Cost and Benefits of Protection in a Growing World. Kyklos. 36:213, no. 2 1983

Capitalism needs Risk, not Profit-Sharing. Kyklos. 40:163-75 (13 pgs), no. 2 1987

The making of Canadian economists: results of a survey of graduate students. The Canadian Journal of Higher Education. 21(3):1- 1991

About the establishment of an Afro-currency market in Nairobi. Burnaby, B.C.: Dept. of Economics and Commerce, Simon Fraser University; 23 leaves. [c1979]

Gold and the dollar crisis: twenty years later. Burnaby, B.C.: School of Business Administration and Economics, Simon Fraser University; 30 leaves. [1981]

A flat tax for Canada. Vancouver: Fraser Institute; 16 l. [1995]

A proposal to provide development aid through equity investments and mutual funds [proposal for the establishment of mutual funds which purchase equities in developing countries and sell shares in all parts of the world to private wealth-holders and official aid-giving agencies]. Economic Record. 46:86-95 March 1970

The book that influenced me most. A Yale degree but a Chicago education. Policy Options = Options politiques. 23(1):43 Jan./Feb. 2002

Economic freedom and human welfare: some empirical findings. Cato journal. 18:287-304 Fall 1998

Canadian Economists' Citation and Publication Records. Canadian Journal of Higher Education. 9(1):27-43 1981

A proposal for the establishment of an International Deposit Insurance Corporation. Princeton, N.J.: International Finance Section, Dept. of Economics, Princeton University; 24 p. 1979

International economics. Rev. ed. Homewood, Ill.: R.D. Irwin; xix, 724 p. c1981

Real and insurance-induced unemployment in Canada. Canadian Journal of Economics. 8:174-191 May 1975

Going alone: the case for relaxed reciprocity in freeing trade. Journal of International Trade & Economic Development. 12(2):217-224 June 2003

The new international banking [trends and possible consequences; Canadian banks. Banca Nazionale del Lavoro Quarterly Review. p. 263-284 September 1983

Creating a common frontier for North America: opportunities and problems. Fraser Forum. p. 17 Mar. 2002

Regulatory issues and the theory of multinational banking. Burnaby, B.C.: Simon Fraser University, Dept. of Economics and Commerce; 1 v. [1977]

Limits to government: controlling deficits and debt in Canada. Toronto: C.D. Howe Institute; viii, 90 p. 1992

The effects of unemployment benefits on U.S. unemployment rates. Weltwirtschaftliches Archiv. 112(2):274-299 1976

The case against the new international economic order. In: The Contemporary international economy: a reader / edited by John Adams. New York: St. Martin's Press; p. 524-45. 1985

Multinational banking. Singapore: Institute of Southeast Asian studies; iii, 21 p. c1985

Introduction. In: The European Community after 1992: perspectives from the outside / edited by Silvio Borner and Herbert Grubel. Houndmills, Hampshire [England]: Macmillan; p. xii-xxiv 1992

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