Saturday, Oct. 22, 2016
There is nearly universal agreement among economists that Canada needs much more of it to ensure the long-term prosperity of its citizens, the sustainability of its public finances and the competitiveness of its exporters.
The essence of good policy-making is the ability to strike a balance between the relative importance of various policy goals, the effectiveness of the instruments on offer and the political feasibility of implementing them.
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