How Ottawa Spends 2008-2009: A More Orderly Federalism?

How Ottawa Spends 2008-2009: A More Orderly Federalism?

By: Allan M. Maslove (author)Paperback

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Analyzing the Harper government's agenda in the context of changing federal-provincial relations.

About Author

Allan M. Maslove is a professor in the School of Public Policy and Administration, Carleton University, and the former dean of Carleton's Faculty of Public Affairs.

Contents

Preface 1 Introduction: A More Orderly Federalism? / Allan M. Maslove; 2 Vertical Imbalance in the Canadian Federation / Stanley L. Winer and Walter Hettich; 3 International Capital and Domestic Politics: Balancing Political and Economic Management / Geoffrey Hale; 4 Potential for a Regulatory Breakthrough? Regulatory Governance and Human Resource Initiatives / Barry Stemshorn and Robert W. Slater; 5 A Little Imagination Required: How Ottawa Funds Territorial and Northern Aboriginal Governments / Frances Abele and Michael J. Prince; 6 One Step Forward, Two Steps Back: Child Care Policy from Martin to Harper / Cheryl Collier and Rianne Mahon; 7 Telecommunication Policy: What a Difference a Minister Can Make / Richard Schultz; 8 How Ottawa Doesnt Spend: The Rapid Appearance and Disappearance and Possible Reappearance of the Federal Social Economy Initiative / Edward T. Jackson; 9 Federal Higher Education Policies and the Vanishing Public University / Clara Morgan Appendix A: Canadian Political Facts and Trends; Appendix B: Fiscal Facts and Trends; Contributors

Product Details

  • ISBN13: 9780773534339
  • Format: Paperback
  • Number Of Pages: 248
  • ID: 9780773534339
  • ISBN10: 0773534334

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