Connecting with Canadians

Presentation:

Components of a Social Architecture for the New Century

by Jane Jenson

In Components of a Social Architecture for the New Century, a presentation she made to a McGill University/Social Development Canada conference in Montreal, Jane Jenson, CPRN Research Associate and Canada Research Chair in Citizenship and Governance at the Université de Montréal, argues that Canada is now entering a "post-neoliberal" [PNL] era. And that calls for rebalancing the roles of market, state, family and community. A PNL approach recognizes that social policy is a productive factor, that economic development depends on social development.

Release Date: 17 Dec 2004
Number of pages: 17
Document number: 33858

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