Description - A History of Canadian Economic Thought by Robin Neill
A History of Canadian Economic Thought investigates the relationship between the evolution of economic theory and the particular geographical and political context of that theory. Theories and policies are critiqued by testing them against both the conditions to which they were applied and against competing theories. Not surprisingly Canadian economics reflects a number of significant issues in Canadian history. Neill argues that there were distinctive economic movements in nineteenth-century Ontario and in early twentieth-century Quebec, but that these have been displaced by an emerging North American discourse. The book includes full accounts of the work of all the major figures in Canadian economics, including John Rae, H.A. Innis and Harry Johnson.
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