The Future of Public Services in an Age of Fiscal Restraint
December 12, 2011
What are we trying to achieve at this moment of reinventing government? Tony Dean, Alex Himelfarb, and Matthew Mendelsohn discuss how 2011 is different than the 1990s.
This panel opened the Shifting Gears Symposium: The Future of Public Services in an Age of Fiscal Restraint, presented in partnership by the Mowat Centre and the Centre for Global Challenges at York University.
Read Fiscal Sustainability and the Future of Public Spending: A Shifting Gears Progress Report to learn how well governments in Canada and across the OECD are doing in returning to fiscally sustainable positions.
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