The Political Economy of Canada: An Introduction

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Oxford University Press Canada, 1999 - Business & Economics - 384 pages
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This revised second edition provides a comprehensive introduction to the study of states and markets in Canada for students of Canadian political economy. The book uses studies of political and economic structures and actors, and case studies of policy-making processes in order to explore the major concepts, approaches and issues in the field and apply them to the study of the challenges currently facing Canada.

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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. Prof. Ramesh completed his MA in Political Science at the University of Saskatchewan and his PhD at the University of British Columbia. He has taught public policy and political economy for several years in Singapore, New Zealand, Canada, and Australia. He is currently working on the political economy of social policies in Eastern Asia.

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