2 edition of economic background of Dominion-Provincial relations found in the catalog.
economic background of Dominion-Provincial relations
W. A. Mackintosh
|Other titles||The economic background of Dominion Provincial relations|
|Statement||W. A. Macintosh ; edited and introduced by J.H. Dales.|
|Series||Carleton library -- no. 13|
|Contributions||Dales, J. H. 1920-|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||191 p. :|
|Number of Pages||191|
These volumes provide the most complete account yet available CANADIAN SOCIAL AND POLITICAL STRUCTURE 47 of the growth of Canada's role in international affairs. Of particular value is a long bibliographical essay which cites all of the basic published statements and sources of information dealing with Canadian foreign relations. A detailed study of federal-provincial relations around the era of the later part of the Great Depression. It contains what is probably the only highly researched examination of the financial relationship between the provinces and the central government. Submissions, background documents, etc. Book I - Canada .
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Mackintosh] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers. Summary. Introduction: the problem, the Commission, provincial attitudes, — Historical and constitutional background, — Depression and provincial gri.
Dominion-Provincial fiscal relations, often involving only a few provinces. Most of them were designed to placate public opinion and to dodge political responsibility, and these ad hoc Commis-sions inadvertently did a disservice to Canada, because they failed 2.
Report of the Royal Commission on Dominion-Provincial Relations, Book I (Ottawa. "(v. 1 of appendix: 36 x 39 cm.) At head of title of v. 1 of Report: Public accounts inquiry. Chairman: Joseph Sirois. Report in 3 v. (printed in ) Appendix 1- in 18 v.
(printed in ) Appendix 1 includes appendix A-H, J-K. Volume 2 includes a short history of the persistent claims of British Columbia for special subsidies and considerations from the federal government.
13 Royal Commission on Dominion-Provincial Relations, Appendix 3: The Economic Background of Dominion-Provincial Regions, by Mackintosh, W. (Ottawa, ), The minerals of the Laurentian Plateau and the minerals and timber of the Cordilleran region provided additional attractions, but they were much less important than that provided by Cited by: 7Report of the Royal Commission on Dominion-Provincial Relations, Book I, p.
7a Ibid., Book II, p. The Commission, as a supplement to the recommendation that the Dominion assume responsibility for employables, concluded that the Dominion should. 8 See Report of the Royal Commission on Dominion Provincial Relations, Book I, "Canada, iI" (Ottawa, I); W.
Mackintosh, "The Economic Background of Dominion-Provincial Relations" (published as Appendix III to the Report). 9 See W. Easterbrook, "Political Economy in a Staples-Producing Area," paper prepared.
2 W. Mackintosh, The Economic Background of Dominion-Provincial Relations. A study prepared for the Royal Commission on Dominion-Provincial Relations, Appendix 3, Ottawa,by: 8.
8 See Report of the Royal Commission on Dominion Provincial Relations, Book I, “ Canada, ” (Ottawa, ); W. Mackintosh, “The Economic Background of Dominion-Provincial Relations” (published as Appendix III to the Report).Cited by: 9. The Rowell–Sirois Commission officially known as the Royal Commission on Dominion–Provincial Relations was a Canadian Royal Commission looking into the Canadian economy and federal–provincial relations.
It was called in and reported in The Commission was chaired first by Newton Wesley Rowell and then by Joseph Sirois. James McGregor Stewart acted as chief counsel. (/) The Economic Background of Dominion-Provincial Relations, which was origin-ally an Appendix of the Rowell Sirois Report.
A more detailed study of Canadian fiscal history from the perspective of public finance and intergovernmental transfer is foundFile Size: 1MB. The Third National Policy was, in effect, a combination of the Keynesian counter cyclical policies favoured by the authors of the Royal Commission on Dominion Provincial Relations, and the Marsh proposals.
The Third National Policy The Third National Policy, like the First, was carried off by the forces of history. Population Growth and the Dynamics of Canadian Development: A Multivariate Time Series Approach W.A. MackintoshThe Economic Background of Dominion-Provincial Relations.
Carleton Library Series, 13, McClelland and Stewart, Toronto () We are indebted to the members of the Economic History Seminar at the London School of Economics and Cited by: The Economic Background of Dominion-Provincial Relations, Mclelland and Stewart, Toronto.
Watkins, M., (). “The Political Economy of Growth”, in W. Clement and G. Williams (eds) The New Canadian Political Economy, McGill Queen’s, Kingston and Montreal, p. The Economic Background of Dominion-Provincial Relations.
W.A. MacKintosh: A History of Transportation in Canada, Vol. G.P. deT. Glazebrook: A History of Transportation in Canada, Vol. G.P. deT. Glazebrook: Political Unrest in Upper Canada Aileen Dunham: The Reciprocity Treaty of Donald C. Masters: Lord Durham’s.
Report of the Royal Commission on Dominion-Provincial Relations (), Appendix 4: National Income, Ottawa. Google Scholar Safarian, A.E. (), The Canadian Economy in the Great Depression, Toronto: University of Toronto by: 3. Donald Creighton, for example, was funded to produce British North America at Confederation (King’s Printer, ), and economist W.A.
Mackintosh’s research for the Commission yielded Economic Background of Dominion-Provincial Relations (King’s Printer, ). Similarly, half a century later the Royal Commission on Aboriginal Peoples. Economic Background on Dominion-Provincial Relations, written for the Rowell-Sirois Royal Commission inremains the best single statement of the staples interpretation of Canadian economic history.
Mackintosh was also the principal figurein creating the distinctive school. Dominion-Provincial Relations, Royal Commission on. Dominion-Provincial Relations, Royal Commission on (Rowell-Sirois Report) A landmark in the development of Canadian FEDERALISM, the commission was established () unilaterally by the federal government to re-examine "the economic and financial basis of Confederation and the distribution of legislative powers in the light of the.Dominion-Provincial Relations, pursuant to the Order in Council of August 14th,P.C.
X As noted in the final Chapter, the decisions underlying the recommendati~na of the Report were reached before the outbreak of war. The Commission has einm reviewed. Mackintosh, W.A., (), The Economic Background of Dominion-Provincial Relations -Appendix III of the Royal Commission Report on Dominion-Provincial Relations, Toronto: McClelland and Stewart Limited.
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