High unemployment dominates the Canadian social reality of the 1990s. Lay-offs, cutbacks, and corporate downsizings during the 1990-93 recession created a pervasive economic insecurity that remains a problem. The Unemployment Crisis, a collection of essays based on the first annual economic policy conference held at Laurentian University in Sudbury, Ontario, explores the severity of the 1990-93 recession, the reasons for the crisis, and what governments can do today to make low unemployment a reality.

The Unemployment Crisis 1996, McGill-Queen's University Press

ISBN-13: 9780773514171

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The Unemployment Crisis 1996, McGill-Queen's University Press

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