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My dissertation was on the evolution of government communications within the government of Alberta and some of it paid attention to the lag between reforms to an osified structure and practice of government communications made by Premier Klein and the drop in the resource revenues in the early 80s. A paper from the dissertation is newly available here

I apologize for the self-promotion, however, on the topic of your worthwhile post, do wish to add that a very senior civil servant within the bureaucracy confirmed to me as part of my research that he had a chart on his desk regularly plotting oil prices against the popularity of the government. According to him, the correlation was what you would expect.

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