History of Canadian Business

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McGill-Queen's Press - MQUP, Jun 14, 2006 - Business & Economics
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An unprecedented work in Canadian historiography, The History of Canadian Business, 1867-1914 has been chosen by the Social Sciences Federation of Canada as one of the twenty most outstanding works in the field in the last half of the twentieth century.
 

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Contents

The Banks and Finance Capital
Canadian Mercantilism 18671914
Revenue Protection and the Politics of International Finance
The Evolution of the Chartered Banking System
Chartered Bank Failures
The Rise and Fall of the Private Banking System
Financial Institutions and the Accumulation of Capital
Canada and the International Flow of Finance Capital
Staple Production and the Canadian Railway
Patents Foreign Technology and Industrial Development
Commercial Policy and Direct Investment
Federalism and the Rise of the Corporate Welfare State
The Bonusing System and Secondary Industry 14 The Rise of Big Business
Reciprocity
Canadian Commercial and Financial Expansion Abroad
The Lessons of Development

High Finance and the Canadian Railways
Errata
Industrial Development
Aftermath of the National Policy
Preface to the 1975 Edition
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About the author (2006)

R.T. Naylor is professor, economics, McGill University, and the author of many books, including Economic Warfare: Sanctions, Embargo Busting, and Their Human Cost, and Bankers, Bagmen, and Bandits: Business and Politics in the Age of Greed.

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