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John Rae and the contemporary proponents of the economics of competitiveness assert that traditional treatments of economic growth, development, and trade have not taken into account the ability of technological progress to overcome diminishing returns to investment. Unlike the contemporary advocate...
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Review.; Rev. of Canadian Economic History, ed. M. H. Watkins and M. H. Grant, and Perspectives on Canadian Economic History (2nd edition), ed. D. McCalla and M. Huberman, and Farm, Factory and Fortune, ed. K. Inwood
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Rev. of Price in a mixed economy, by W. Krehm
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Redistributive effects of Canadian higher education are examined from an economic viewpoint. Children of high income families tend to reap the most financial rewards, but low income families often pay a disproportionately large share of educational expenses. (Author/MSE)
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