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    Serge Coulombe
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It also indicates a spatial distribution of public expenditures at all three levels of government and notes some implications for national and regional development policy currently in the forefront of public debate in Canada.

Serge Coulombe of University of Ottawa, Ottawa with expertise in Macroeconomics, Economic .

Serge Coulombe of University of Ottawa, Ottawa with expertise in Macroeconomics, Economic Geography, Development Economics.

Equally, First Nations participation is integral to regional economic .

Equally, First Nations participation is integral to regional economic development and Canada is now one of the most urbanised countries in the world, with cities seeking greater policy autonomy. Canada’s regional development policy architecture is structured around the federation’s foundational principle to provide equal opportunities for well-being to all Canadians regardless of where they happen to live. This paper discusses the second developmental track of Canada’s evolving regional policy architecture, with a focus on flexibility and adaptability.

Coulombe, Serge Regional Disparities in Canada: Characterization, Trends and Lessons for Economic Policy. Working Paper) Text in English and French on inverted pages. Les disparités régionales au Canada : diagnostic, tendances et leçons pour la politique économique. Includes bibliographical references.

Regional disparities in Canada : characterization, trends and lessons for economic policy, Ottawa : Industry Canada, 1997. D'Aquino, Thomas, 1941- Northern edge : how Canadians can triumph in the global economy, Toronto : Stoddart, 2001

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Working Papers, 1993. Regional economic disparities in Canada. Frank Lee. Serge Coulombe. Download with Google. Download pdf. Close.

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