How can we organize and govern ourselves successfully in a world of rapid change and increasing interconnection? This book reports the findings of a round table of senior Canadian government officials and private sector executives, exploring fundamental changes in the economy, in culture and values and in the social contract that characterize the emergence of a global information society.
Subjects: Political Science
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