SPECIAL FEATURE Making growth more environmentally sustainable
This 2000 edition of OECD's periodic survey of Canada's economy includes a special chapter on making growth more environmentally sustainable.
Table of contents:
Assessment and Recommendations I. Macroeconomic Performance -Forces Shaping Economic Activity -Strong Economic Expansion -Improving Labour Market Conditions -Moderate Wage and Price Inflation -Broad External Balance -A Favourable Short-Term Outlook -A Medium-Term Scenario II. Macroeconomic Policies -Monetary Management -The Fiscal Stance -Assessment and Challenges III. Structural Issues and Policies -Improved Supply-Side Performance? -The Labour Market -Product Markets -Financial Markets -Public Sector -Concluding Remarks IV. Making Growth More Environmentally Sustainable -Introduction -The Institutional and Historical Context -Incentives for Resource-Based Activities: The Conflict with Sustainability -Concluding Remarks -Bibliography Annex I. Agreement on Internal Trade: Major Outstanding Obligations Annex II. Further Information on the Financial Services Sector in Canada Annex III. Institutions and Policies in the Area of Resources and the Environment in Historical Perspective Annex IV. Background Material on the Management of the Atlantic Fishery Annex V. Chronology of Economic Events Statistical Annex