Examines the changing international context of Canadian public policy and its implications for the scope of public policy in Canada. Reviews the course of public policy over the postwar period and the changing capacity of the national government to respond to the pressures and challenges of the international economy. Focuses on the implications of these developments for specific areas of public policy, such as macroeconomic policy, social policy, industrial policy, trade policy and cultural policy.
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