Corporate Influence in Canada


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Corporate Influence in Canada
Macroeconomics is concerned with employment, price level and rate of economic growth, the goal being to have full employment, stable prices and a satisfactory growth rate (Lipsey, Purvis, & Steiner, 1988, p. 846). When it comes to economic policy the two main questions that are hotly debated are how well the markets work and whether government intervention can improve market performance (Lipsey, et al., 1988, p. 846). The two approaches to economic policy are the non-interventionist, or neoliberal, and the interventionist, or Keynesian. Neo-liberals support unaided market economy; whereas, the Keynesians maintain that the government can help improve economic performance (Lipsey, et al., 1988, p. 846)....
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