New Directions for Intelligent Government in Canada: Papers in Honour of Ian Stewart
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- New Directions for Intelligent Government in Canada: An Introduction , pp 1-18
- Andrew Sharpe
- Ian Stewart in his Own Words , pp 19-48
- Ian Stewart
- The Evolution of Canadian Monetary Policy: Successful Ideas through Natural Selection , pp 49-80
- Christopher Ragan
- Public Policy for the Canadian Financial System: From Porter to the Present and Beyond , pp 81-100
- David Dodge
- What is 'Credible' Fiscal Policy? The Canadian Experience, 1983-2010: The View of a Former Practitioner , pp 101-126
- C. Scott Clark
- Why Did Unemployment Disappear from Official Macro-Economic Policy Discourse in Canada? , pp 127-162
- Lars Osberg
- Rethinking Tax-Transfer Policy for 21st Century Canada , pp 163-204
- Robin Boadway
- Reflections on the Role of Optimal Design in the Tax Policy Process , pp 205-210
- Stanley Winer
- Income Support in the Canadian Federation: International and Interprovincial Comparisons and Future Directions , pp 211-226
- Pierre Fortin
- Idle Speculation: Prefunding the Boomers' 'Frail Elderly' Care and Legitimizing a Carbon Tax , pp 227-248
- John Richards
- Health Care is a Knowledge Industry, and Should Be More So , pp 249-282
- Michael Wolfson
- How Can Subjective Well-being Be Improved? , pp 283-304
- John Helliwell
- Good Data and Intelligent Government , pp 305-336
- Munir A. Sheikh
- Personal Reflections on the State of Public Policy Analysis in Canada , pp 337-352
- Don Drummond
- The Way Ahead: A Framework for Discussion , pp 353-394
- Government of Canada