Stretching the Federation deals with such topics as world trends in federations, whether decentralization is inherently conservative, decentralization in health care, possible reallocations of programs and tax revenues, overlap and duplication in service delivery, and fiscal decentralization. Stretching the Federation is a timely and topical collection of cutting-edge thinking about the future of the Canadian federation. Contributors include Paul Boothe (Alberta), David Cameron (Toronto), Thomas Courchene (Queen's), Derek Hermanutz (Alberta), Michael Keating (University of Western Ontario), Harvey Lazar (Queen's), Evert Lindquist (Toronto), Antonia Maloni (McGill), Peter Meekison (Victoria), Alain Noël (Université de Montréal and Berkeley), Bill Robson (C.D. Howe Institute), and France St. Hilaire (IRPP).
About the Author
Robert Young (1950-2017) was professor of political science and Canada Research Chair in Multilevel Governance recipient at University of Western Ontario.