What are the possibilities for real innovation under the new Liberal regime? Where do ideas for new policy come from? How will the government find the money to implement new policy in an era of strict fiscal limits? Making Change addresses these questions in this, the fifteenth annual review of government spending and public policy from the Carleton University School of Public Administration. It explores the source of ideas and considers the factors which help or hinder innovation in policy and the process of governing.
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