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Throughout a busy professional career that got underway in the early '60s, Rodrigue Tremblay has functioned as economist, professor, statesman, writer, columnist and, increasingly, as philosopher and humanist. His versatility in all of these areas has resulted in well over 300 articles written under his name and 27 books dealing with economics and finance, some also tackling moral and political issues.

Rodrigue Tremblay has obtained diplomas from three universities: B.A.(Arts), Laval University, 1961 B.Sc. (Economics), University of Montreal, 1963 M.A. (Economics), Stanford University, 1965 Ph.D. (Economics), Stanford University, 1968 Rodrigue Tremblay is a former Woodrow Wilson fellow, a Ford International Fellow and winner of the Condorcet Prize. He is now professor emeritus of economics and of international finance at the University of Montreal, after having occupied the positions of full professor of economics at the University of Montreal, president of the North Economics and Finance Association, president of the Canadian Economics Society, and advisor to numerous organizations and governments. He has travelled extensively in the Middle-East, in North Africa and in sub-Sahara Africa.

In 1968, Dr. Tremblay was adviser to the Bank of Canada. In 1969, he wrote the basic textbook "Economics", which has been reedited many times since. In 1969-70, he acted as chief economist of the Commission of Inquiry into the Quebec liquor trade, whose report proposed that wine be sold in private grocery stores in addition to the Quebec Liquor Board stores. In 1970, he proposed the creation of a North American Common Market in his book "Ind

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DateTitle
02/17/2011 09:13:51The Fed's Policy of Creating Inflation: A Massive Wealth Transfer
08/10/2010 03:28:34The Moral Legacy of Hiroshima and Nagasaki
07/07/2010 03:31:43Rodrigue Tremblay Ph.D. - A Long Economic Winter Ahead
06/19/2010 14:57:40The Bush-Cheney Gulf Coast Oil Spill of 2010
06/04/2010 04:54:11For a More Ethical Civilization
05/06/2010 05:40:10On Iran, the U.S. is Painting Itself into a Political and Moral Corner
03/20/2010 08:35:24Economic Bubbles and Financial Crises, Past and Present
03/07/2010 12:52:12The Moral Dimension of Things
01/27/2010 06:54:32The United States of Corporate America: From Democracy to Plutocracy
01/09/2010 09:18:09Economy 2010: From the Scandalous Known Past to the Uncertain Future
12/25/2009 13:07:55The New Crusade: Imperial U.S. vs Political Islam
11/23/2009 22:52:02A Real Revolution in the Making in the U.S. Health Care Industry
10/28/2009 19:54:28President Barack H. Obama, One Year Later: 'C' for Effort
09/26/2009 21:38:28The Great Fed-Financed Dollar Decline and Stock Market Rally of 2009
09/03/2009 06:53:28The Afghanistan-Pakistan War: Obama's Vietnam?
08/06/2009 05:32:51Nothing in Sight to Replace the US Dollar as an International Reserve Currency
06/15/2009 05:11:40The Obama Enigma: Imperial Interventionism and Militarism
06/01/2009 22:44:31Trade Protectionism and Worldwide Economic Contraction
03/26/2009 20:31:48The Dance of the Trillions to Shore up Banks, Bankers, and Gamblers
03/07/2009 09:32:21How Tinkering with Inflation Measurements May Have Led to the Current Financial Crisis
01/03/2009 11:14:51Another Massacre in the On-going Israeli-Palestinian Conflict
12/21/2008 14:25:38A Most Desperate Move by the Fed
12/07/2008 17:03:45The New Obama Administration: A Lot of “More of the Same”
11/17/2008 11:06:46The Foreign Policy of an Obama Administration
11/02/2008 14:00:09How U. S. Politicians and Bankers Built a Financial Debt House of Cards (whose Collapse Threatens to Destroy the World Economy)
11/02/2008 10:14:13The Failed Presidency of George W. Bush: A Dismal Legacy. PART II
10/27/2008 17:48:46The Failed Presidency of George W. Bush: A Dismal Legacy Part I
10/24/2008 07:54:22Tragedy in the Making in Washington and on Wall Street: The Canadian Solution
10/16/2008 03:28:22The Bush Administration's Banking Rescue Plan
09/23/2008 14:30:09The U.S. 2008 Presidential Election: An Evaluation
08/17/2008 12:17:45The U.S. Economy and Bad Government Policies
07/13/2008 13:47:03Candidate Obama: A Less Risky Alternative
06/18/2008 12:32:43 The Illegitimate and Disastrous U.S. Military Occupation of Iraq
06/05/2008 14:15:23Candidate McCain: A Risky Choice
05/17/2008 10:04:42In a Casino Mentality, The Economy Goes From Bubble to Bubble
01/25/2008 02:15:57Stagflation is Here
01/17/2008 05:11:37Mr. Ban Ki-moon and the Future of the United Nations
12/02/2007 17:23:50Questions About the Financial Crisis
11/17/2007 15:53:29A Financial System under Siege
11/04/2007 14:33:00The Neocons' Crazy Dream of World War III
10/09/2007 13:07:39The Iraq Occupation and the Coming War Against Iran: Political Wickedness and Moral Bankruptcy

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