While in France, he was seriously wounded. What Innis experienced during the war contradicted popular beliefs at home that the Canadian identity was a pale reflection of British imperialism and deepened his nationalist outlook.
In this completely revised, updated, and enlarged second edition of The Political Economy of Canada Professors Howlett, Netherton, and Ramesh outline the principal structural elements of the Canadian political economy and describe the importance of such factors as resources, social class, and international trade.
The authors stress the significance of political institutions at the national, international, and subnational levels that substantially affect the production and distribution of wealth.
The book outlines the history of the domestic political economy and examines how Canada is linked to the international political economy through the World Trade Organization and NAFTA. Particular attention is devoted to the constraints imposed on the Canadian state by a market-oriented, resource-exporting economy and by growing reliance on US trade.
The final chapters examine monetary and fiscal management and industrial policy, demonstrating how these policy arenas are shaped by ideology, new globalizing and regionalizing constraints, and the dis organization of the major policy actors.Michael Howlett specializes in public policy analysis, Canadian political economy, and Canadian resource and environmental policy.
He is the author of numerous books and his articles have been published in professional journals in Canada, the US, Europe, New Zealand, and Australia. Introduction to Post-Confederation Canada Chapter 1. Confederation and the Peoples of Canada Canadian History: Post-Confederation.
The New Economy Doug Owram, Department of History, University of British Columbia - Okanagan. The years after World War I marked the emergence of the modern Canadian economy.
As a means of comprehending. Canada: Introduction Canada is a country in North America that extends from the Atlantic Ocean in the east, to the Pacific Ocean in the west, and the Arctic Ocean to .
Canada: Introduction Canada is a country in North America that extends from the Atlantic Ocean in the east, to the Pacific Ocean in the west, and the Arctic Ocean to . Political Economy of Canada. An Introduction, Second Edition. Michael Howlett, Alex Netherton and M.
Ramesh. Debates on the role of the state and the viability of Canadian economic development are especially intense during periods of change, such as the contemporary era of globalization. Request PDF on ResearchGate | Political Economy of Canada: An Introduction | Students of Canadian political economy are faced with assimilating and assessing critically a wealth of detailed.