The Keynesian Welfare State and the Era of Neoliberal Globalization

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The Keynesian Welfare State and the Era of Neoliberal Globalization
The following paper compares and contrasts Canadian federal state policy concerning unemployment in the Keynesian welfare state era and the era of neoliberal globalization. How are the sources of unemployment understood differently in each of these two eras or epochs? How has the federal state responded differently to unemployment in the two eras? How do the different responses of the federal state reflect the different contexts of policy creation in the two eras? In the end, the simplest way of describing the matter is that the state has decided that it really does not wish to be in the business of caring for the employment of its citizens and has left this for the...
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