How Ottawa Spends, 1986-87; Tracking the Tories.

By: Prince, Michael J.

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8vo - 23 x 15 cm.; viii - 303 pp. The seventh annual review of national priorities and federal spending from the School of Public Administration at Carleton university in Ottawa. Contents: 1 - "The Mulroney Agenda: A Right Turn to Ottawa" by Michael J. Prince, 2 - "The Tories, Free Trade amd Industrial Adjustment Policy: Expanding the State Now to Reduce the State Later?" by G. Bruce Doern, 3 - "Cooperation and Confrontation: The Challenges of Fiscal Federalism" by Allan M. Naslove and Bohodar Rubashewsky, 4 - "Stardust: The Tory Energy Program" by Glen Toner, 5 - "Conservative Northern Development Policy: A New Broom in an Old Bottleneck?" by Frances Abele, 6 - "Does the Bank of Canada Matter?" by Thomas K. Rymes, 7 - "Affirmative Action for Women in the Federal Public Service" by Gene Swimmer and Darlene Gollesch, 8 - "Walking the Tightrope: The Mulroney Government and the Public Service" by David Zussman, 9 - "Fiscal Facts and Trends", 10 - "List of Tables".

Title: How Ottawa Spends, 1986-87; Tracking the Tories.

Author Name: Prince, Michael J.

Categories: Canadiana - Economics,

Publisher: Toronto, Ontario., Methuen.: 1986

ISBN Number: 0458801402

ISBN Number 13: 9780458801404

Binding: Softcover

Book Condition: Near Fine

Seller ID: 27012

Keywords: Canadiana; Politics; Finances; Economy; Mulroney; Free Trade; Federalism; Bank of Canada; Women; Affirmative Action; Public Service; Civil Service;