A Conversation with John Norquist (On Cities) – October 25, 2002
The first of a two part interview with policy innovator Milwaukee Mayor John Norquist
A Conversation with Brian Chamberlin – May 8, 2002
A conversation with Brian Chamberlin: farming without subsidies.
A Conversation with the Hon. Frank McKenna – April 25, 2002
New Brunswick is usually thought of as successful in economic terms since a more vibrant private sector emerged during your oversight of that province.
A Conversation with Patrick Moore – January 15, 2002
In the mid-1980s I became convinced that aquaculture offered some solutions to the depletion of world fish stocks. I tried to convince my Greenpeace colleagues to support sustainable aquaculture as a positive policy.
A Conversation with Paul Martin – January 14, 2002
Frontier interviews Canada's finance minister Paul Martin.
A Conversation with Les Campbell – November 23, 2001
An interview with former top NDP strategist Les Campbell, who was former NDP leader Audrey McGlaughlin's policy advisor...
A Conversation with James Buchanan – October 25, 2001
Frontier interviews 1986 Nobel Prize winner for economics James Buchanan.
A Conversation with Nick Newton – May 22, 2001
It's really recognizing what the public sector and private sector are best at. The public sector is best at specifying what it needs in terms of funding, controlling, coordinating and the private sector are best at driving efficiencies in operations and improving customer service.
A Conversation with Henry Zondervan – May 15, 2001
Charter schools are popular because they are providing a vastly needed improvement in choice and various alternatives of delivery within the public system. They are creating a stronger voice for parents, which is one of the main reasons why many are dissatisfied with the broader public system.
A Conversation with Stephen Goldsmith – April 4, 2001
Privatization assumes that the private sector is inherently more effective and we determined that public value comes from competition and that private monopolies are not better than public monopolies. The competitive aspect drives value to the citizens.
Andrei Illarionov, Putin's Economics Advisor – December 1, 2000
The Kremlin's top economics mind and President Putin's chief advisor interviewed by the Frontier Centre.
A Conversation with Johan Hjertqvist – October 4, 2000
We have redefined what is good healthcare and have been quite successful in some parts of Sweden - cutting waiting lists, speeding up productivity, improving quality, satisfying personnel working in healthcare.
A Conversation with Ronald Jensen – September 1, 2000
Its primary element is competition, or managed competition, in which the city workforce competes with the private sector to deliver municipal services.
A Conversation with David Henderson – August 1, 2000
In August the National Post published a provocative article in which you argue that Canada's rate of economic growth could out pace the impressive American rate and that Canada's standard of living could surpass that of our American cousins within twenty years should we adopt certain changes in public policy.
A Conversation with David Beito – July 21, 2000
They were tremendously important. If you wanted to find where the center of community was in an urban neighbourhood or a small town you would often go to the lodge.
A Conversation with David Gratzer – June 21, 2000
Increasingly people have angst about the system. Eight out of ten Canadians in a recent Angus Reid Poll thought the system was in crisis.
A Conversation with Tom Flanagan – June 7, 2000
Dr. Tom Flanagan has been a professor of political science at the University of Calgary since 1968. His research interests include political philosophy, Canadian Politics, and aboriginal rights.
A Conversation with John Bruton – May 8, 2000
During the 1980's there were one or two years in which we actually had zero growth. In recent years in the 1990's we have had 8 or 9% growth. So this is a massive turn-around.
A Conversation with Jim Gerrard – March 13, 2000
With the election of a Labour-led coalition government last November in New Zealand some people are predicting a U-turn in New Zealand public policy.
A Conversation with the Hon. Stockwell Day – January 31, 2000
An approach that says to people: we will allow you to enjoy the rewards of your education, your skills and your labour that translates into a broad-based policy of low taxation for everybody.