Archived — Canada In the 21st Century Series, Paper Number 11, Institutions and Growth—Framework Policy as a Tool of Competitive Advantage for Canada, December 1998
Strategic Policy Sector
Economic Research and Policy Analysis Branch
The paper examines the design of Canadian institutions in light of the modern challenges confronting the Canadian economy and it evaluates the broad, institutional lessons of modern growth theory for framework policy in Canada. It canvases new institutional economics, reviews Canada's track record in framework policy, outlines the institutional pressures currently being experienced and sets out a series of institutional recommendations designed to facilitate the adoption of a responsive framework policy for Canada. It also notes the role of political forces in the adoption of institutional changes.
Catalogue number: C21-27/3-1998-1
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