Enterprise and National Development: Essays in Canadian Business and Economic History.

By: Porter, Glenn and Robert Cuff. (editors).

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8vo - 23 x 15.5 cm.; (8) - 138 pp. First published by the Business History Review, a journal from the Harvard University Graduate School of Business Administration. Contents: 1 - "Recent Trends in Canadian Business and Economic History" by Glenn Porter, 2 - "Private Property in Peril: Ontario Businessmen and the Federal System; 1898-1911" by Christopher Armstrong and H. V. Nelles, 3 - "Another Anti-trust Tradition: Canadian Anti-combines Policy, 1889-1910" by Michael Bliss, 4 - "Changing Social origins of the Canadian Industrial Elite; 1880-1910" by T. W. Acheson, 5 - "Invitation to Empire: Tariffs and American Economic Expansion in Canada" by Stephen Scheinberg, 6 - "Direct Management from Abroad: The Formative years of the British Columbia Electric Railway' by Patricia E. Roy, 7 - "Maritime Business History: A Reconnaissance of Records, Sources, and Prospects" by Alan Wilson. Minor shelf wear to the covers, else fine.

Title: Enterprise and National Development: Essays in Canadian Business and Economic History.

Author Name: Porter, Glenn and Robert Cuff. (editors).

Categories: Canadiana - Economics,

Publisher: Toronto, Ontario., A. M. Hakkert.: 1973

ISBN Number: 888665326

Binding: Softcover

Book Condition: Near Fine

Seller ID: 27236

Keywords: Canada; Canadiana; History; Economics; Tariff; Private Property; Anti Trust; Combines; Industry; Railway; British Columbia; Maritime;