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Title The sterling public servant : a global tribute to Sylvia Ostry / edited by Jacob Ryten.
Imprint Montreal, Que. : Published for the Canadian Institute of International Affairs by McGill-Queen's University Press, 2004.

Subject Ostry, Sylvia.
Economists -- Canada -- Biography.
Civil service -- Canada -- Biography.
Canada -- Commercial policy.
Alt Name Ostry, Sylvia.
Ryten, Jacob.
Canadian Institute of International Affairs.
Description 1 online resource (xvi, 256 pages)
polychrome rdacc
Bibliography Note Includes bibliographical references.
Contents Introduction / Jacob Ryten -- PART ONE -- Canadian diplomacy: past and present / Allan Gotlieb -- Sylvia Ostry: the public servant / Marc Lalonde -- Some problems of summitry and advising prime ministers / Gordon Robertson -- The 1982 GATT ministerial / Allan J. MacEachen -- Emerging countries: opportunities and challenges / Jacques de Larosière -- From trade liberatlization to economic integration: the clash between private and public goods / Marina von Neumann Whitman -- Room for differences? Social policy in a global economy / Lars Osberg -- Multinationals and governance / A. Edward Safarian -- Measuring global skills shortages / Mahmood A. Zaidi, Malcolm S. Cohen -- Individualism, federalism, and social responsibility: the evolving social paradigm in the United States / Alice M. Rivlin -- South of the border / Paul Krugman -- Globalization and statistical systems / M.C. McCracken -- Statistics, social relevance, policy, and analysis: why they are bound together / Jacob Ryten -- PART TWO -- Economic summitry in the 1980s: a view from a Sherpa's tent / Robert Armstrong -- My Japan-Canada relations and Sylvia / Hiroshi Kitamura -- Thoughts on governance from Europe: making sure we don't forget the cosmopolitics / Pascal Lamys -- What comes after globalization? / Renato Ruggiero -- The New World Order: statking out Canada's interests / Gordon S. Smith -- PART THREE -- Letters of thanks from the prime ministers of Canada.
Note Print version record.
ISBN 9780773572232 (electronic bk.)
0773572236 (electronic bk.)
OCLC # 80221025
Additional Format Print version: Sterling public servant. Montreal : Published for the Canadian Institute of International Affairs by McGill-Queen's University Press, 2004 (DLC) 2005362754

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