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A History of Canadian Economic Thought

By Robin Neill

Routledge – 1991 – 320 pages

Series: The Routledge History of Economic Thought

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In A History of Canadian Economic Thought, Robin Neill relates the evolution of economic theory in Canada to the particular geographical and political features of the country. Whilst there were distinctively Canadian economic discourses in nineteenth-century Ontario and early twentieth-century Quebec, Neill argues that these have now been absorbed into the broader North American mainstream. He also examines the nature and importance of the staple theory controversy and its appositeness for the Canadian case. With full accounts of the work of major Canadian economists including John Rae, H.A. Innis and Harry Johnson, A History of Canadian Economic Thought is the first definitive treatment of the subject for 30 years.

Reviews

`For economic historians of Canada, this book provides a very useful introduction to debates associated with the development of the Canadian economy, and its references and bibliography are a comprehensive guide to the literature on Canadian economic thought.' - Journal of Economic History

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Description: By Robin Neill. In A History of Canadian Economic Thought, Robin Neill relates the evolution of economic theory in Canada to the particular geographical and political features of the country. Whilst there were distinctively Canadian economic discourses in...
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