From the editor

Fryer, Kristin
October 2009
Fraser Forum;Oct2009, p1
The article discusses various reports published within the issue, including one by Fred McMahon on the problems associated with government spending, one by Niels Veldhuis, Charles Lammam and Milagros Palacios on the effect of government stimulus spending on the economy and Canada's economic growth.


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