A State of Minds : Canada in the Information Era (Working Paper 10)

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Courchene, Thomas J.
Globalization , Knowledge Information Revolution , Global Order , Canadian Society , Economy
Globalization and the knowledge/information revolution are signalling the advent of a new societal order, one with profound and pervasive implications for citizens, for markets, for governments and, therefore, for public policy. This new global order is a truly remarkable watershed in the annals of human history and, as is the case with all such great transformations, it carries with it both enormous opportunities and daunting challenges. Building on my 1999 Mabel Timlin Lecture at the University of Saskatchewan, I want to share with you my perspectives on the nature of some of these opportunities and challenges, with an eye toward drawing out the implications for the evolution of the Canadian society and economy.
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