States and Provinces in the International Economyby Douglas M. Brown (Editor), Earl H. Fry (Editor)
As global competition increases, so does pressure on governments to promote trade and investment, protect jobs, and create a more competitive climate. This important study finds state and provincial governments taking the lead in responding to global economic growth. The authors examine the impact of the international economy on local economic conditions, the fierce state and provincial competition for trade and investment dollars, and how it shapes national economic policy in Washington and Ottawa.
- University of California, Institute of Governmental Studies
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- North American Federalism Project , #2
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