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Business & Economics Theory

Canada in a Wider Economic Community

by (author) H. Edward English, Bruce Wilkinson & H.C. Eastman

University of Toronto Press
Initial publish date
Dec 1972
Theory, Canadian, General
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The Private Planning Association of Canada initiated the Atlantic Economic Studies Program to study the implications for Canada of trade liberalization and closer economic integration among the nations bordering the North Atlantic. Over twenty studies by leading economists, which point out the significance of international trade for the structure and growth of the Canadian economy, have been published in a series of thirteen volumes. This is the last in the series, and it summarizes the conclusions expressed in the previous studies in chapters dealing with such topics as the growth of world markets and changing trade patterns, free trade alternatives for Canada, and the structure of the Canadian economy.

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H.E. English (1924-2004) was a professor emeritus of Economics at Carleton University.

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Bruce W. Wilkinson, J.D. is a Partner of Ancora Partners, LLC. He has has a B.A and J.D. from the University of Oklahoma and an LLM from the University of London.

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H.C. Eastman (1923-1999) was a professor emeritus of Economics at the University of Toronto.

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