I am a retired economist with a continuing interest in the world around me, how it works and sometimes doesn’t work. The phrase in the heading, Quaecumque Vera is Latin meaning “whatsoever things are true”. This is the motto of my Alma Mater, the University of Alberta from which I have a Ph. D. in Arts/Economics. Seeking Objectivity suggests impartial or neutral assessments that are not affected by preconceptions or outright bias. The Seeking component is important. I may not achieve full neutrality but I’ll keep trying. Nonetheless, gentle reader, Beware!
- Requiem for a Regulator: The Political Demise of a once World-Class Institution. J. P. (Phil) Prince January 2014
- Applying the Principles of Fair Process: A Review of “Enemies of the State?… ”, and Comment on Appropriate Procedure from a Practitioner’s Viewpoint, and Why Context Matters. J. P. (Phil) Prince January, 2014
- Thoughts on Canada’s 2019 Federal Election
- Challenging the Ethics Commissioner’s Report: Mr. Trudeau, Ms. Wilson-Raybould, and Remediation Agreements (in brief)
- Dissecting Ethics Commissioner Mario Dion’s Analysis and Conclusions