How Ottawa Spends. 2000-2001: Past Imperfect, Future Tense.

By: Pal, Leslie A. (editor).

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8vo - 23 x 15 cm; vi - 306 pp. Contents: 1 - "Past Imperfect, Future Tense" by Leslie A. Pal, 2 - "De L'État providence à l'État d'investissemen t social: Un nouveau paradigme pour enfant-er l'economie du savoir?" by Denis Saint-Martin, 3 - "Managing the Fiscal Dividend: The Politics of Selective Activism" by Geoffrey E. Hale, 4 - "Treasury Board as a Management Board: The Re-Invention of a Central Agency" by Evan H. Potter, 5 - "Battling for Remembrance: The Politics of Veterans Affairs Canada" by Michael J. Prince, 6 - "Re-Learning Our ABC's? The New Governance of Aboriginal Economic Development in Canada" by Mark R. Macdonald, 7 - "Cents and Sensibility: The Emergence of e-government in Canada" by Cynthia J. Alexander. 8 - "Will That Be Small, Medium, or Large? Why Good Politics Doesn't Make Good Policy: The Case of the Canadian Financial Services Industry" by Stephen L. Harris, 9 - "The H2 Woes of the DFO" by Peter Clancy. Two appendices plus abstracts and resumes for the articles at the back. The book appears to have been used very little if at all.

Title: How Ottawa Spends. 2000-2001: Past Imperfect, Future Tense.

Author Name: Pal, Leslie A. (editor).

Categories: Canadiana - Political Life,

Publisher: Toronto, Ontario., Oxford University press.: 2000

ISBN Number: 0195415396

ISBN Number 13: 9780195415391

Binding: Softcover

Book Condition: Fine

Seller ID: 26150

Keywords: Canadiana; Economics; Treasury Board; Veterans; Aboriginal; Federalism;