Fiscal Challenges

Provincial Government Outcomes

On September 29th On Spetember 29th, the CBC News reported Premier Dwight Ball as saying "We spend more on basic services than any other jurisdiction and based on the research we've seen, I'm certain we don't have the learning outcomes, the health outcomes or the economic outcomes to justify those expenses." See Video #5 below and visit CARE's Motion Charts for the OECD Better Life Index at http://www.screencast.com/t/Ly1Yj31KviMB or http://nl.communityaccounts.ca/bli/

Commentaries

1. "The Search for Good Governance" Doug May, March 2016
2. "What We Say Is Important In Our Lives!" Doug May, April 2016
3. "What Factors Determine Our Well-Being?" Doug May, April 2016
4. "Steps Towards Good Governance" Doug May, April 2016
5. "Examining Our Social Outcomes" Doug May, April 2016
6. The Budget: First Impressions Doug May, May 2016
7. Structural Issues Doug May, May 2016
8. Some Macroeconomic Impacts of Budget Doug May, May 2016
9. Budget 2016 and Societal Well-Being Doug May, May 2016
10.Another Way Forward in Dealing with a Fiscal Crisis that has been Exposed by the Health Crisis? Dr. Wade Locke (with helpful suggestion from Dr. Doug May) May, 11, 2020
11. Does economic history repeat itself or just economists - yes to both, but repetition and reinforcement and that may be good in a fiscal crisis. March 24 2013. Dr. Wade Locke

 

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