2 edition of Accountability and control of crown corporations : a selected bibliography found in the catalog.
Accountability and control of crown corporations : a selected bibliography
by Ontario Legislative Library, Research and Information Services in [Toronto]
Written in English
|Statement||Susanne Hynes and Donald R. Krueger.. --|
|Series||Bibliographies and lists / Legislative Library, Research and Information Services -- no. 84-04, Bibliographies and lists (Ontario. Legislative Library Research and Information Services) -- no. 84-04|
|Contributions||Ontario. Legislative Library, Research and Information Services|
|LC Classifications||Z7164.P9555 H96 1984|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||29 leaves ;|
|Number of Pages||29|
The recent failures of Enron, WorldCom, and other large publiclytraded corporations have catapulted the issue of corporate governanceonto the international stage. In this timely book, Janis Sarra drawstogether the work of legal scholars and practitioners from across NorthAmerica to provide a comprehensive analysis of corporate governanceissues. Show and Tell: Rating the Fiscal Accountability of Canada’s Senior Governments, C.D. Howe Institute Commentary , , ISBN .
B‐3. 4 Canada, Privy Council Office, Crown Corporations: Direction, Control, Accountability (Ottawa: Minister of Supply and Services Canada, ). 5 Brady's major writings on the Canadian state include The State and Economic Life in Canada’ in G.W. Brown, ed., Canada (United Nations Series: University of California Press, Los Angeles, Departments and Parent Crown Corporations from the Requirements of Subsections (1) and (1) of the Financial Administration Act, Regulations Exempting, SOR/ Designating the Minister for International Trade as Minister for Purposes of the Export Development Act and as Appropriate Minister with Respect to Export Development Canada.
The documents he issued were replete with references to "rigorous oversight," "compliance," "effective controls," and "disciplinary measures." In all, Mr. Alcock announced some measures directed at departments and Crown corporations, and then followed up with a further 80 on the eve of Justice Gomery's first report on November 1. A Crown corporation is not a department and thus is not headed by a minister but by a board of directors appointed by the government. deficit The budgetary dynamic in which expenditures and other financial liabilities exceed revenues, resulting in the need to borrow money to meet financial obligations.
The hero and the dream
Workshop on Promotion of Self-employment in Rural Areas, Allahabad, 26-30 November 1982
Economic Performance and the Vocational Qualifications of the Swiss Labour Force compared with Britain and Germany
Sanitary landfill facts [by] Thomas J. Sorg [and]H. Lanier Hickman.
Last bus to Woodstock
Diagnostic picture tests in ophthalmology
Flora of the Florida keys
Rishikesh Shahas dismal enterprise
The Hearts Eye
Advances in Financial Planning and Forecasting
Crisis in space
As Canadian governments take a more active part in the management of the economy, they face the question of how to organize as efficient and socially responsible entrepreneurs. Increasingly, both federal and provincial governments have chosen the crown corporation form of public enterprise; this type of organization offers the advantages of a private corporation as well as the mechanisms to Author: Lyndagale Mary Thorn.
The current control and accountability framework for Crown corporations set out in the FAA, including the provisions relating to annual reports, was adopted by Parliament in This represented the first update of the legislative framework for Crown corporations in more than 30 years.
COVID Resources. Reliable information about the coronavirus (COVID) is available from the World Health Organization (current situation, international travel).Numerous and frequently-updated resource results are available from this ’s WebJunction has pulled together information and resources to assist library staff as they consider how to handle coronavirus.
Part X of the FAA sets out the control and accountability regime for Crown corporations. Return to footnote 19 referrer. Footnote FAA, Part X, section states that the President of the Treasury Board shall lay before Parliament an annual consolidated report on the business and activities of all parent Crown corporations.
Selected Bibliography. These works cover a broad range of general topics and most are published. If they are not available at your local library, ask your librarian to direct you to the Interlibrary Loan Department. Through this department your library will borrow the book for you from another library, at no charge to you.
This is a great service. To balance the degree of managerial autonomy accorded Crown corporations by the FAA -- in order that they may pursue commercial and public policy goals with a minimum of government interference -- it is necessary that both Parliament and the government be kept fully informed of the results of Crown corporation operations and financial condition through provision of comprehensive and effective.
Accountability of crown corporations for climate change mitigation is critically examined by the federal and provincial governments since many crown corporations produce large amounts of GHGs such. The question of balance is a critical issue when studying Crown corporations in Canada. How can Crown corporations achieve some sort of balance between the amount of autonomy they require to achieve their objectives as instruments of public policy, and the amount of institutional control required by governments both as providers of direction and evaluators of the performance of Crown corporations.
One result of this debate has been the recently tabled Crown Corporations Bill, C, establishing new regimes for the control and accountability of Crown corporations. The Liquor Control Board of Ontario (LCBO; French: Régie des alcools de l’Ontario) is a Crown corporation that retails and distributes alcoholic beverages throughout the Canadian province of Ontario.
It is accountable to the Ministry of Finance. It was established in on the advice of Ontario Premier Howard Ferguson, to sell liquor, wine, and beer.
This paper argues that the "modern" concepts of control and accountability have actually been, for many years, key factors in deciding when statutory powers may be exercised by persons not named in the statute. This insight may lead to a new way of determining when and to whom the doctrine should apply.
Comparative study of public enterprise management in different countries around the world, pointing to historical trends and current issues and problems. Experts survey an interesting collection of countries in the Americas, Asia, the Middle/Near East, Europe, and Australia.
They also discuss public enterprise management education. References with each chapter contribute to the usefulness of. Corporate autonomy and institutional control: the crown corporation as a problem in organization design / Douglas F. Stevens. HD S73 Uneasy lies the head: the truth about Canada's Crown corporations / Walter Stewart.
The modern public prosecutor is a figure both powerful and enigmatic. Legal scholars and criminologists often identify “three essential components” of criminal justice systems: police, courts and corrections.
Yet increasingly, the public prosecutor occupies a distinct role independent from any of these branches. Acting outside of the court, and therefore largely out of the public eye, the. Edited by A. Premchand, this collection of seminar papers and country studies examines recent developments in government accounting and financial management in selected industrial and developing countries.
The country studies include Australia, Canada, China, India, Poland, Sweden, Turkey, the United Kingdom, the United States, and Latin American countries. Canada has a long tradition of arms-length government oversight companies in the form of Crown corporations at both the provincial and federal levels.
The Canadian Broadcasting Corporation, Canada Post, Petro Canada, Manitoba Telecom Services and the Bank of Canada were established as Crown corporations, with some ultimately being spun off into.
The Crown Corporation Policy and Information Division provides expertise and guidance on the governance, control and accountability of Crown corporations Selected.
PRIVATE MEMBERS' BUSINESS [English] FINANCIAL ADMINISTRATION ACT Mr. Jim Hart (Okanagan-Similkameen-Merritt, Ref.) moved that Bill C, an act to amend the Financial Administration Act and other acts in consequence thereof (exempted crown corporations), be read the second time and referred to a committee.
He said: Mr. Speaker, the message was loud and clear to. Professor Wanna has produced around 17 books including two national text books on policy and public management.
He has Selected Bibliography on Performance Measurement and Accountability 69 vii. crown corporations, regulation, constitutional reform, organisational change in. Get this from a library. Public enterprise in an era of change. [John R Allan; University of Regina.
Canadian Plains Research Center.;] -- On 6 Decemberthe public consultation committee Talking About Saskatchewan Crowns (TASC) and the University of Regina held a one-day conference to examine the historic role of Saskatchewan.
Crown Corporations Committee and the Public Accounts Committee, designed to hold accountability, control and behavior at the top of organizations.” The 50 Crown organizations selected for this study are all governed by a Board of.Book Description: Profiting the Crown traces the rise and evolution of Polymer Corporation until its sale in to the German chemical giant A.G.
Bayer. Crown corporations are widely regarded as a Canadian invention, but the failures of many state-run enterprises in the twentieth century have led to the widely held position that government.Books. An illustration of two cells of a film strip. Video. An illustration of an audio speaker.
Audio. An illustration of a " floppy disk. Software. An illustration of two photographs. Images. An illustration of a heart shape Donate. An illustration of text ellipses. More. An icon used to represent a menu that can be toggled by interacting.