New Brunswick in the Year 2000 (bilingual)

Donald J. Savoie, Maurice Beaudin

220 pages
Publisher: Canadian Institute for Research on Public Policy and Public Administration
ISBN 0-88659-018-3

This volume contains the papers presentend at a provincial symposium held in October 1988 at the Université de Moncton under the sponsorship of the Canadian Institute for Research on Regional Development. The growing complexity of New Brunswick compels us to look to new challenges. New Brunswick faces particular problems. It is a bicultural province with complex economic development issues. As we look to the 21st century, however, it is important to not only focus on our difficulties but also point the way to solutions.

Table of Contents
Notice biographique / Biographical Notes
Introduction, Donald J. Savoie
New Brunswick in the Year 2000: A Fixed-Link Project for Our Universities, James Downey
1. Économie, emploi et éducation au Nouveau-Brunswick pour l'an 2000, Ronald C. LeBlanc et Michel Deslierres
2. Société du savoir, développement régional et répartition de la main-d’oeuvre : le Nouveau-Brunswick en l'an 2000, Rodolphe H. Lamarche
3. The Service Sector of New Brunswick: Prospects for the Year 2000, Sadequl Islam
4. Les Commissions de développement économique régional du Nouveau-Brunswick : évaluation et recommandations en vue d'une stratégie de développement régional, Denis Collart
5. New Brunswick in the Year 2000: A Quantitative Analysis of Canada-United States Free Trade Agreement, Satyadev Gupta
6. L'impact de l'intégration de la femme au monde économique et politique du Nouveau-Brunswick en l'an 2000, Rosella Melanson et Sheila Brown
7. Voluntary Associations in New Brunswick: Past and Future, Robert A. Young
8. Les universités du Nouveau-Brunswick et leurs choix, Georges François
9. The Local Public Sector at 2000: Avoiding Fiscal Crisis?, Frank Stain
10. Aquaculture in New Brunswick in the Year 2000, M. Kabir and Neil Ridler
Conclusion, Maurice Beaudin

About the Author:
Donald Savoie holds the Canada Research Chair in Public Administration and Governance (Tier 1) at the Université de Moncton. He has won numerous awards, including the 2016 Donner Prize for What Is Government Good At? He has been made an Officer of the Order of Canada (1993), elected Fellow of the Royal Society of Canada (1992), and received seven honorary doctorates from Canadian universities.

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