The Consistency of Inconsistency: Tracing Ontario's Opposition to the North American Free Trade Agreement

Author(s): Abelson, Donald E; Lusztig, Michael

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Abstract Argues that the 1993 policy change to active opposition to NAFTA was a tactic to promote domestic deficit reduction policies involving cuts in public sector employees' benefits. Summary in French.
Publication Title Canadian Journal of Political Science/Revue canadienne de science politique
Publisher Cambridge University Press
Publication Date 12/1996
URIs http://journals.cambridge.org/abstract_S0008423900014438
http://www.jstor.org/stable/3232046
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Keywords 2-LEVEL GAMES
CANADA
Canada (Ontario)
Free trade and protection
INTERNATIONAL TRADE
International trade
LOGIC
NORTH AMERICAN FREE TRADE AGREEMENT
North American Free Trade Agreement
North American Free Trade Agreement (NAFTA)
North American free trade agreement
ONTARIO, CANADA
Ontario -- Economic policy -- Decision-making
Ontario -- Government and politics
Ontario/Commerce
Opposition
POLITICAL SCIENCE
PUBLIC POLICY
Political aspects
Political economy -- Canada -- Ontario
Public policy -- Decision-making
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