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|Additional Physical Format:||Online version:
Review of economic performance and social progress.
Montréal : IRPP ; Ottawa, Ontario : Centre for the Study of Living Standards, c2001
|All Authors / Contributors:||
Keith G Banting; Andrew Sharpe; France St-Hilaire
|Description:||xiii, 313 p. : ill. ; 26 cm.|
|Contents:||Economic performance and social progress : concepts, measurement and linkages. Needs and wants : what is social progress and how should it be measured? / Lars Osberg --
Social capital, the economy and well-being / John F. Helliwell --
Public views of economic performance and social progress. The economy through a public lens : shifting Canadian views of the economy / Frank L. Graves --
Public policy, economic performance and social progress. Monetary policy and the economic well-being of Canadians / Paul Jenkins and Brian O'Reilly ; Interest rates, unemployment and inflation : the Canadian experience in the 1990s / Pierre Fortin ; Deficit elimination, economic performance and social progress in Canada in the 1990s / Don Drummond ; The economic and social consequences of fiscal retrenchment in Canada in the 1990s / Jim Stanford ; Trade liberalization and inequality in Canada in the 1990s / Daniel Schwanen ; Relentless incrementalism : deconstructing and reconstructing Canadian income security policy / Ken Battle --
The outcomes : Canada's economic, social and environmental record. Trends in economic well-being in Canada in the 1990s / Lars Osberg and Andrew Sharpe ; Distributional outcomes in Canada in the 1990s / Andrew Heisz, Andrew Jackson and Garnett Picot ; Are the kids all right? : intergenerational mobility and child well-being in Canada / Miles Corak ; Economic growth and environmental degradation in Canada / Kathleen Day and R. Quentin Grafton.
|Responsibility:||edited by Keith Banting, Andrew Sharpe, France St-Hilaire.|
This new series will provide in-depth examinations of specific aspects of our economic performance and social progress, often using new data sets, and analyze the two-way linkages and interaction