History Of The Canadian Economy by Kenneth NorrieHistory Of The Canadian Economy by Kenneth Norrie

History Of The Canadian Economy

byKenneth Norrie, Douglas Owram, Jc Herbert Emery

Paperback | January 29, 2007

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A History of the Canadian Economy provides a chronological account of Canada's economic development from the times of pre-European settlement to the present.Unlike other past competitive offerings, the book draws from both economics and history based literatures. It uses and stresses economic concepts and terminology and does so without focusing on mathematical techniques or employing any particular dogmatic themes. Reviewers consistently praise the book for the writing style, comprehensiveness and currency of research.
Prairie-born and Alberta raised, Ken Norrie began his post as McMaster's provost and vice-president academic Jan. 1, 2002. Born in Saskatoon, Norrie, was educated at the University of Saskatchewan where he obtained an honours degree in economics in 1967. He completed his master's and PhD at Yale University, graduating in 1971. His diss...
Title:History Of The Canadian EconomyFormat:PaperbackDimensions:496 pages, 9.25 × 7.31 × 1 inPublished:January 29, 2007Publisher:Nelson College IndigenousLanguage:English

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Table of Contents

IntroductionPart 1: The era of European Expansion and Colonial Rivalry: Beginnings to 17631: The Background to colonization2: the Atlantic Region to 17633: New FrancePart 2: The British Mercantile Era, 1763-18464: The Atlantic Colonies5: Quebec and Lower Canada, 1763-18406: Upper Canada7: The Western economy, 1713-1870Part 3: The Economic Background to Confederation, 1846-18678: Adjusting to the End of Mercantilism9: Railways and early Industrialization10: Confederation and the British North America ActPart 4: A National Economy Established 1867-191411: Agriculture and the Expanding Frontier12: The Economy of the National Policy Era: Resources and Manufacturing13: The Growing Tertiary Sector: Utilities, Services and GovernmentPart 5: The Turbulent Years 1914-194514:World War One, 1914-191815:Uneven growth 1919-192916: Regional growth and Welfare in the Inter-war Years17: The Great Depression, 1929-193918: World War 2, 1939-1945Part 6: The Modern era: Since 194519: Growth and Prosperity 1945-197320: Policy innovation 1946-197321: New Economic Realities22: Managing the FederationEpilogueGlossary of Economic TermsIndex