A State of Minds: Toward a Human Capital Future for Canadians
|What happens when the world changes in ways that
make Canada's physical capital, natural resources and geography - once the
ultimate competitive advantages - less important than knowledge, information,
technological know-how and human capital? What happens to Canadians?
|In A State of Minds, Tom Courchene examines the political
structures that link local, provincial and federal governments and challenges
many longstanding beliefs about how society should be organized and financed.
While focusing on Canadian competitiveness in a global economy, Courchene shows
us how an open federal state like Canada can achieve both economic prosperity
and social justice.
Always provocative, Courchene blends compelling analysis and reasoned insight with this prescription for change: To stay ahead of the competitive curve and protect the Canadian way of life, Canada must become a "state of minds."
Written by Thomas J. Courchene. Published by the Institute for Research in Public Policy, 2001.
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