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Harvard Economic Studies 108

Canada in the World Economy

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HARDCOVER

$48.00 • £38.95 • €43.00

ISBN 9780674092501

Publication Date: 01/01/1959

Short

364 pages

7 charts, 27 tables

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A contribution to the theory of international trade, this book is also a notable contribution to a better understanding of Canada’s besetting problem, the growing current account deficit and countervailing heavy capital inflows, mostly from the United States.The Economist

Mr. Stovel’s subject is fascinating, he makes a large number of stimulating points, and he stresses that ‘there is a tremendous amount of theoretical and empirical work yet to be done in this field.’ Future students of the balance-of-payments problems of Canada will, I think, find that Mr. Stovel has cleared a good deal of ground for them.—John Knapp, The Economic Journal

An important book… Of its significance in the literature of international trade theory there can be no doubt.—Hugh G. J. Aitken, Journal of Economic History

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