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Financing the Future

Financing the Future is an immediate and detailed analysis of the state of Canadian capital markets in the early 1980s.

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Beyond the Monetarists

This book is a collection of papers from the Canadian Institute for Economic Policy sponsored Conference on Post-Keynesian Alternatives.

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Beyond the Monetarists

This book is a collection of papers from the Canadian Institute for Economic Policy sponsored Conference on Post-Keynesian Alternatives.

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Canada's Crippled Dollar

Canada's Crippled Dollar
Paperback   Out of print
9780888622754 | Published: January 1980

The Energy Squeeze

When this book was published in 1980, the Energy Crisis of the 1970s continued to cast a long shadow across Canadian society. It's bleak analysis of the energy future shows just how deep that shadow was--and is.

Hardback   Out of print
9780888623034 | Published: January 1980

The Energy Squeeze

When this book was published in 1980, the Energy Crisis of the 1970s continued to cast a long shadow across Canadian society. It's bleak analysis of the energy future shows just how deep that shadow was--and is.

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The Transition to Reality

The Transition to Reality is a bracing and often contrary entry into the vibrant political economy debates of the early 1980s.

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Business and Social Reform in the Thirties

This book challenges the commonly accepted view that governments enacted social reforms in the 1930s in response to demands for more equitable redistribution of wealth in a time of trouble, robbing from the rich to give to the poor.

Hardback   Out of stock indefinitely
9780888622365 | Published: January 1979

Business and Social Reform in the Thirties

This book challenges the commonly accepted view that governments enacted social reforms in the 1930s in response to demands for more equitable redistribution of wealth in a time of trouble, robbing from the rich to give to the poor.

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