Alternative Federal Budget Papers 1998

by Canadian Centre for Policy Alternatives

Summing up the thinking of twenty social action groups and various independent economists, this new volume shows how federal programs in many areas can be improved without increasing the public debt.

Summing up the thinking of twenty social action groups and various independent economists, this new volume shows how federal programs in many areas--including unemployment, poverty, education, health care, the environment and public housing--can be improved without increasing the public debt. The background papers include a detailed description of a wealth tax. The contributors to this volume include many leading academic economists. Co-published with the Canadian Centre for Policy Alternatives.

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