Comparing and Contrasting Keynesian and Neo-Liberal Types


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Comparing and Contrasting Keynesian and Neo-Liberal Types
This essay explores and contrasts how a neo-liberal and a Keynesian would each evaluate the movement in Canada from the post-war Keynesian welfare state to the current era of globalization and international competitiveness. In particular, how would they view the changed role of the state in terms of managing the level of unemployment? How would they view the changed role of the sate in terms of its participation in free trade agreements, such as the Canada-US free trade agreement? And why would they take such differing view? The contention of this paper is that the differing views of the two sides are because each side wants power and because each side has a different view of the...
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