What Kind of a Financial System do Canadians Want? Implications of Globalization and Current Canadian Policies for the Future of the Canadian Financial System (Working Paper 2)
Neufeld, Edward P.
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This paper examines the longer term outlook for the Canadian financial services industry and its governance. Attention is paid to what would happen to the Canadian financial system and its governance, federal and provincial, if current trends in the international and Canadian financial services environment and in Canadian regulatory policies continued into the future.
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