Adam Allouba

Adam Allouba is a business lawyer based in Montreal and a graduate of the McGill University Faculty of Law. He also holds a B.A. and an M.A. in political science from McGill. Adam is also a director of The Institute for Liberal Studies.

Before blogging on Revealed Preferences, Adam was a regular contributor to the Québécois Libre. His work has also been published by the Atlas Network and the Foundation for Economic Education.


atlas-2014-croppedJanet Bufton

Janet Bufton is a program coordinator for the Institute for Liberal Studies, where she runs the Liberal Studies Guides project, and also works as a copy editing, communications, and research consultant in Ottawa, Ontario. She holds a Masters in International Affairs from the Norman Paterson School of International Affairs and a B.A. in economics and a B.Comm. in business administration from the University of Windsor.

In addition to her writing at Revealed Preferences, Janet has a personal blog at (Mostly) Free. She has been published under her unmarried name by the Atlas Network and the Foundation for Economic Education.

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larry_rpLarry Deck

Larry Deck is a librarian living in Montreal.

Prior to writing for Revealed Preferences, Larry was a contributor for the Québécois Libre.



Bradley Doucet

Bradley Doucet is a writer living in Montreal. He has studied philosophy and economics, and has been working on a novel on the pursuit of happiness for what seems like forever.

Prior to writing for Revealed Preferences, Bradley was the English editor and regular contributor for the Québécois Libre. He has also written on his own blog Spark This and for The New Individualist, an Objectivist magazine published by The Atlas Society.

Sabine El-Chidiac

Sabine El-Chidiac is the educational programs manager at the Institute for Liberal Studies. She holds a BA in Political Science from the University of Toronto and a MA in Political Science from the University of Western Ontario. She is particularly interested in issues surrounding immigration and civil society.


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