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Title Regulations, crown corporations, and administrative tribunals / Ivan Bernier and Andrée Lajoie, research coordinators
Published Toronto ; Buffalo : University of Toronto Press, [1985]
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Description 1 online resource (xvii, 202 pages)
Series Collected research studies ; vol. 48
Collected research studies ; vol. 48
Contents Crown corporations / Patrice Garant -- Understanding regulation by regulations / Roderick A. Macdonald -- Administrative tribunals / David J. Mullan
Summary "When the state decides to intervene in the private sector, it usually uses one of five methods: taxation, economic regulation or control, financial or technical assistance, and the granting of contracts and the creation or takeover of companies. The state uses three types of instruments to achieve its ends. It can intervene in the economy through its ministries and regulatory agencies; it can make use of private enterprise by granting contracts or financial assistance; and finally, it can establish companies, which are known as public corporations or, more precisely, Crown corporations. Such corporations fall somewhere between government institutions in the strict sense and private sector companies."--Page 1
Analysis Canada Administrative law
Bibliography Includes bibliographical references
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Subject Administrative law -- Canada.
Government corporations -- Canada.
Form Electronic book
Author Bernier, Ivan.
Lajoie, Andrée, 1933-
Royal Commission on the Economic Union and Development Prospects for Canada.
ISBN 1442633573 (electronic bk.)
1442656883 (electronic bk.)
9781442633575 (electronic bk.)
9781442656888 (electronic bk.)