Restructuring and resistance : Canadian public policy in an age of global capitalism

@article{Burke2003RestructuringAR,
  title={Restructuring and resistance : Canadian public policy in an age of global capitalism},
  author={M. Burke and Colin Mooers and J. Shields},
  journal={Canadian Public Policy-analyse De Politiques},
  year={2003},
  volume={29},
  pages={272}
}
nuclear generation. This may be true, but as the last two years have demonstrated in North America, electricity markets can be quite volatile. Changing conditions in fuel markets, changing environmental policies, to name but two issues, have important impacts on the relative economics of different generation technologies. Similarly, decisions on Bruce and Darlington in Ontario will affect investments in other resources. The chapter provides much useful information, but not enough to convince… Expand
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