|Document type||Book chapter|
|Series Editor||Peters, John|
|Book||Boom, Bust and Crisis: Labour, Corporate Power and Politics in Canada|
Analyzes the Quebec economy from the mid 1990s to the financial crisis of 2008-09, including stagnant wages and the trend toward precarious work. Emphasis is placed on the ambivalent state of the labour movement. The conclusion calls for the movement to become more inclusive, and to defend the distinctive Quebec model of programs, such as daycare.
Abstract by Desmond Maley.