Economic Consultant

Arthur Donner is a Toronto-based economic consultant with a lively interest and involvement in economic policy issues. Arthur has the ability to make complicated economic issues understandable to widely different audiences. Consequently, his career has moved between universities, governments and ... more


E Despite Concerns About Brexit, Terrorism And Immigration, Euro Zone’s Economy Has Visibly Improved
Output in the euro zone expanded 0.6% in the second quarter of 2017, one of the fastest quarterly growth rates since 2009. Despite clear signs of improving economic growth, the ECB recently reduced its inflation projections for the euro zone.
E The Greek Economy Is Finally Growing Again, But Not Very Quickly
For a number of years Greece has been the poster child of everything that can go wrong for a small open country which is also a member of the European Union.
E The U.S Private Sector Quit Rate Has Soared, But It Hasn’t Ignited Wage Inflation
The latest data that tracks job turnover shows that the voluntary quit rate has been rising steadily as the job market continues to improve.
E Canada Will Likely Lead The G7 Countries Growth This Year, But Post Slower Growth In 2018
The Bank of Canada believes that Canada’s economy will be roughly at full capacity in 2018, which according to their analysis, suggests some inflation risk.
E America’s Job Market Keeps Improving, Though Not In Terms Of Earnings
The U.S. economy has been improving on many fronts since the Great Recession ended eight years ago.
E The Significant Increase In U.S. Income Inequality Since 1980 Helps Explain Trump’s Electoral Success
An obvious conclusion from the sharp worsening in income inequality in the U.S. is that there is a strong correlation between the two major problems currently plaguing the country - extreme political polarization and increasing income inequality.




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