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by Johnson,Stritch

Category: Politics and Government
Subcategory: Political books
Author: Johnson,Stritch
ISBN: 0773055665
ISBN13: 978-0773055667
Language: English
Publisher: Pearson Education Canada; 1 edition (December 2, 1996)
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Andrew F. Johnson, Andrew Stritch, eds. Canadian Public Policy: Globalization and Political Parties. There is a longstanding debate within Canadian political science as to whether party labels really do indicate, and indeed ever have indicated, significant policy differences.

Andrew F. Toronto: Copp Clark, 1997. vi + 300 pp. 2. 5 CD (paper), ISBN 978-0-7730-5566-7. The classic interpretation is the brokerage model, frequently associated with the work of MacGregor Dawson, who authored a widely-used survey textbook in the 1940s entitled The Government of Canada, and also wrote the first volume of an official biography of Prime Minister Mackenzie King.

Canadian public policy: Globalization and Pofificaf Parties. Copp Clark Ltd. Toronto. Chapter 1 Introduction: Political Parties, Globalization, and Public Policy I. Chapter 2 The Economic Framework. Chapter 2 The Economic Framework: Fiscal and Monetary Policy Peter Leslie. 23. Chapter 3 Investing in People: Labour Market Policy Stephen McBride. 53. Chapter 4 An Innovative Economy: Science and Technology Policy Andrew Stritch. Chapter 5 Sustainable Development: Environmental Policy Michael Howlett

This book will be of interest to scholars alike of po-litical parties, public policy-making, and the impact of globalization

This book will be of interest to scholars alike of po-litical parties, public policy-making, and the impact of globalization. Down the road, it will be of great use to Canadian political historians as a contemporary report card on the record of the Chretien government during its first term in office.

Canadian Public Policy: Globalization and Political Parties. Andrew F. Johnson & Andrew Stritch, eds. Toronto: Copp Clark Lt. 1997. While the impact on domestic policy from MNEs, global institutions as well as other international players is clear, as Andrew F. Johnson points out: International money markets, by contrast to transnationals, have a slightly more insidious but equally damaging effect on the authority of the elected governments of nation-states and on the ability of incumbent governments to keep promises - especially expensive promises.

This article situates the study of Canadian public policy and globalization within the wider scholarly debate on the topic. It extracts five themes from the literature and appraises the extent to which these themes figure in the Canadian literature

This article situates the study of Canadian public policy and globalization within the wider scholarly debate on the topic. It extracts five themes from the literature and appraises the extent to which these themes figure in the Canadian literature.

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In recent years the political identity of Russians has become uncertain, and political parties only insignificantly . June 1997 · Canadian Journal of Political Science.

In recent years the political identity of Russians has become uncertain, and political parties only insignificantly represent the current interests of the population. While most Russians want a special "Russian" path of development, they are not in favor of isolation from the rest of the world June 1997 · Canadian Journal of Political Science. Canadian Public Policy: Globalization and Political F. and StritchAndrew, eds.

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