Capital formation in Canada, 1896-1930.

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Urquhart. HG B8 Capital formation in Canada, Chapter pages in book: (p. 91 - ) CAPITAL FORMATION IN CANADA Kenneth Buckley University of Saskatchewan Official estimates of capital formation in Canada have been made for the period from to the present. Since descriptions of Capital Formation in Canada, —, University of Cited by: The major themes of Upper Canada's history, from war and rebellion to immigration and settlement, are well-documented.

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EXPLORATIONS IN ECONOMIC HIST () Capital Formation in Canada "` RICHARD POMFRET The Johns Hopkins University, Bologna, Italy The period between Confederation and the end of the 19th century, previously considered a hiatus in Canada's economic development, is being increasingly recognized as a time of above-average economic growth and significant structural Cited by: 1.

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CANADA'S ECONOMY, The —96 period saw a complete reversal of Canada's tariff policy. To make confederation possible, the tariffs of central Canada had been reduced in ; and in the new dominion had removed all duties on grain, flour, meal, and breadstuffs of all kinds and left the reductions of unchanged.

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15 S. Kuznets, “Long Swings,” p. “One could also probably find long swings in price structures, that is, in the relations of prices of various factors of Cited by: Buckley, Kenneth, Capital Formation in Canada,University of Toronto Press: Constructed residually using data on GDP, exports, imports, government expenditures and estimates of gross investment.

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export values were given in introductory pages of Canada Year Book, In Canada Year Book,p. values for years ; in Canada Year Book,p.years ; and in Canada Year Book,p. years Cited by: This book was first published in It is a statistical survey of the balance of payments data of different types of country in the period –38, to show the pattern of cyclical behaviour.

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Platt. This study is an attempt at assembling, analyzing and appraising the main techniques that have been or are used in Canada to collect, estimate and classify data on capital formation. Data on capital formation are of importance to both government and business. They assist government in policy formulation directed towards national objectives, and business in planning towards the goals of the.

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