Category Archives: Free trade and Canadian history

rough copy 1 of The economics of Fuller Employment in the Twenty-first Century

Click link below for PDF of full paper with all charts included: economics-of-fuller-employment-wp The economics of fuller employment in the twenty first century. By Harold Chorney Concordia University, Montreal, Quebec, CEA annual meetings Banff, Alberta May 30 2019 (this version … Continue reading

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Long term consequences of a lopsided trade deal need to be carefully evaluated

It s now more than thirty years ago on October 4th 1987 that Canada ,under the direction of the then Conservative prime minister Brian Mulroney , agreed to a free trade agreement with the United States. In doing so it … Continue reading

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