The Integration Question: Political Economy and Public Policy in Canada and North America

Description

262 pages
Contains Illustrations, Bibliography, Index
$15.95
ISBN 0-201-12840-3

Publisher

Year

1984

Contributor

Edited by Jon H. Pammett and Brian W. Tomlin
Reviewed by Toby Rupert

Toby Rupert was a librarian living in Toronto.

Review

This collection of fifteen revised papers was first presented to a conference, held in March 1982 at Carleton University, called “Integration and Fragmentation in Canada and North America.” It was sponsored by the University’s Department of Political Science and the Norman Paterson School of International Affairs. Most of the academics were drawn from Carleton, and the balance came mainly from the rest of Ontario. The overall topics include the economic policies of both the United States and Canada, the relations between Canada and the United States (mainly in a political mode), and the concept of international economic integration — combining the interests of economic policy development with political relations development. Balanced viewpoints are presented, and, with its many graphs, charts, tables, footnotes, and bibliographic references, this anthology could be useful as a text or a basic book for the library shelves.

Citation

“The Integration Question: Political Economy and Public Policy in Canada and North America,” Canadian Book Review Annual Online, accessed April 24, 2024, https://cbra.library.utoronto.ca/items/show/37671.