Control over Social Policies under Globalization Student’s Name University Affiliation Control over Social Policies under Globalization Canada has to create social policies that strengthen its position on regional and multilateral markets making it easier for its citizens to work and benefit from the globalization. The first driver of globalization is regional and multilateral action efficiently lowering the barriers to trade and investment in the international other members of the TPP will enjoy. References Goldenberg M. Kamoji W. Orton L. & Williamson M. (2009). Social innovation in Canada: An update. Ottawa Canadian Policy Research Networks. Ralph D. (1994). Fighting for Canada's Social Programs. Canadian Review of Social Policy/Revue canadienne de politique sociale (34). Rice J. J. & Prince M. J. (2013). Changing politics of Canadian social policy. University of Toronto Press. [...]
The general discussion question will be: In an age when globalization strongly influences the marketplace and has a profound impact, does a country like Canada actually have control over its social policy?