How Ottawa Spends, 1989-90: The Buck Stops Where?

By: Graham, Katherine A.

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8vo - 22.5 x 15 cm.; vii - 315 pp. The tenth annual review of national priorities and federal spending from the School of Public Administration at Carleton University in Ottawa. Contents: 1 - "Discretion and the Governance of Canada: The Buck Stops Where?" by Katherine A. Graham, 2 - "The Sum of the Parts: Free Trade and Meech Lake" by Harvey Lithwick and Allan Maslove, 3 - "Discretion in Trade Policy: Not Necessarily the Better Part of Valour" by Calum M. Carmichael, 4 - "Tax Expenditures and Tory Times: More or Less Policy Discretion?" by G. Bruce Doern, 5 - "ACOA: Something Old, Something New, Something Borrowed, Something Blue" by Donald J. Savoie, 6 - "Near Hit: The Parturition of a Broadcasting Policy" by John Meisel, 7 - "Rock-a-Bye, Brian: The National Strategy on Child Care" by Susan D. Phillips, 8 - "Canada's Immigration Policy: Compassion, Economic Necessity or Lifeboat Ethics?" by Nasir Islam, 9 - "The Canadian Jobs Strategy: Supply Side Social Policy" by Michael J. Prince and Jim J. Rice, 10 - four appendices. The cover edges show some mild edge wear, else fine.

Title: How Ottawa Spends, 1989-90: The Buck Stops Where?

Author Name: Graham, Katherine A.

Categories: Canadiana - Economics,

Publisher: Ottawa, Ontario., Carleton University Press.: 1989

ISBN Number: 0458801402

ISBN Number 13: 9780458801404

Binding: Softcover

Book Condition: Near Fine

Seller ID: 27122

Keywords: Canadiana; Politics; Finances; Economy; Mulroney; Free Trade; Federalism; Bank of Canada; Women; Public Service; Conservative; Tory; Civil Service; Meech Lake; Child Care; ACOA; Broadcasting; Immigration; Employment; Jobs;