4 edition of Economic Adjustment and Public Policy in Canada found in the catalog.
Economic Adjustment and Public Policy in Canada
Douglas D. Purvis
by Study of Economic Policy
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|Number of Pages||261|
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Get this from a library. Economic adjustment and public policy in Canada: the Second John Deutsch Roundtable on Economic Policy: proceedings of a conference held at Queen's University, Kingston, November, [Douglas D Purvis; John Deutsch Memorial for the Study of Economic Policy.;].
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All the important lessons for dealing with excessive debts are right here in this book, if only people would listen: be prepared for adverse economic shocks (which derail more fiscal adjustment programs than fickle public or cowardly politicians); fiscal adjustment without growth is really, really difficult so don't wait until you run out of Cited by:.
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