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Unit 1

Aitken, H. G. J.,

“Defensive Expansionism: The State and Economic Growth in Canada,” in Hugh G. J. Aitken, ed., The State and Economic Growth, New York: Social Science Research Council, 1959.

Armstrong, Christopher, and H. V. Nelles,

“Contrasting Development of the Hydro-Electric Industry in the Montreal and Toronto Regions 1900-1930,” Journal of Canadian Studies, Vol. 18, No. 1 (Spring 1983): 5-27.

Armstrong, C., and H. V. Nelles,

“A Curious Capital Flow: Canadian Investment in Mexico, 1902-1910,” Business History Review, Vol. 58 (1984): 178-203.

Baskerville, Peter A., ed.,

Canadian Papers in Business History, volume two, Victoria: Public History Group, University of Victoria, 1992.

Beach, Christopher S.,

“Electrification and Underdevelopment in New Brunswick: The Grand Falls Project, 1896-1930,” Acadiensis, Vol. 23, No. 1 (Autumn 1993): 60-85.

Brooks, G. W. S.,

“Edgar Crow Baker: an entrepreneur in early British Columbia,” BC Studies, 31 (Autumn, 1976): 23-43.

Brown, Craig,

“The Nationalism of the National Policy,” in Peter Russell, ed., Nationalism in Canada, with a foreword by Frank Underhill, Toronto; New York: McGraw-Hill, 1966, pp. 155-63.

Brown, Robert Craig,

Canada’s National Policy, 1883-1900: A Study in Canadian-American Relations, Princeton, NJ: Princeton University Press, 1964.

Careless, J. M. S.,

“The Business Community in the Early Development of Victoria, British Columbia,” reprinted in J. Friesen and H. K. Ralston, eds., Historical Essays on British Columbia, Toronto: McClelland and Stewart in association with the Institute of Canadian Studies, Carleton University, 1976, pp. 177-200.

Carlos, Ann M., and Frank D. Lewis,

“Marketing in the Land of Hudson Bay: Indian Consumers and the Hudson’s Bay Company, 1670-1770,” Enterprise & Society, Vol. 3, No. 2 (June 2002): 285-317.

Carlos, Ann M., and Frank D. Lewis,

“Property Rights and Competition in the Depletion of the Beaver: Native Americans and the Hudson’s Bay Company,” in Linda Barrington, ed., The Other Side of the Frontier: Economic Explorations in Native American History, Boulder, Colorado: Westview Press, 1999, pp. 131-49.

Carlos, Ann M., and Frank D. Lewis,

“Trade, Consumption and the Native Economy: Lessons from York Factory, Hudson Bay,” Journal of Economic History, Vol. 61 (2001): 1037-64.

Chandler, Alfred Dupont,

The Visible Hand: The Managerial Revolution in American Business, Cambridge, Mass.: Belknap Press, 1977.

Cottrell, Philip L.

“The Role of the International Finance Company in the Buying-Out of the Hudson’s Bay Company, 1863,” Revue Internationale d’Histoire de la Banque, Vol. 10 (1975): 192-200.

Cowen, M. P. and R. W. Shenton,

Doctrines of Development, London: Routledge, 1996.

Dales, John H.,

Hydro-electricity and Industrial Development: Quebec, 1898-1940, Cambridge, Mass.: Harvard University Press, 1957.

Dales, John,

“Protection, Immigration and Canadian Nationalism,” in Peter Russell, ed., Nationalism in Canada, with a foreword by Frank Underhill, Toronto; New York: McGraw-Hill, 1966, pp. 164-77.

Darroch, Gordon, and Lee Soltow,

Property and Inequality in Victorian Ontario: Structural Patterns and Cultural Communities in the 1871 Census, Toronto: University of Toronto Press, 1994.

“Transportation, Trade and Regional Identity in the Southwestern Prairies,” Prairie Forum, Vol. 15, No. 1 (Spring 1990): 1-23.
Ferguson, Barry Glen,

Remaking Liberalism: The Intellectual Legacy of Adam Shortt, O. D. Skelton, W. C. Clark and W. A. Mackintosh, 1890-1925, Montreal: McGill-Queen’s University Press, 1993.

Frank, David,

“The Cape Breton Coal Industry and the Rise and Fall of the British Empire Steel Corporation,” Acadiensis, Vol. 7 (1977): 3-34.

Gerriets, Marilyn,

“Economics and History: Old Texts and New Approaches,” Acadiensis, Vol. 29, No. 1 (Autumn 1999): 146-56.

Goodwin, Craufurd D. W.,

Canadian Economic Thought: The Political Economy of a Developing Nation 1814-1914, Durham, N.C.: Duke University Press, 1961.

Grant, Hugh, and Henry Thille,

“Tariffs, Strategy and Structure: Competition and Collusion in the Ontario Petroleum Industry, 1870-1880,” Journal of Economic History, Vol. 61, No. 2 (June 2001): 390-413.

Hannigan, Robert E.,

“Reciprocity 1911: Continentalism and American Weltpolitik,” Diplomatic History, Vol. 4 (Winter 1980): 1-18.

Innis, Harold A.,

Staples, Markets, and Cultural Change: Selected Essays of Harold Innis, edited by Daniel Drache, Montreal: McGill-Queen's University Press, 1995.

Inwood, Kris,

“Local Control, Resources and the Nova Scotia Steel and Coal Company,” Canadian Historical Association Historical Papers/Communications historiques, 1986, pp. 254-82.

Inwood, Kris E.,

“Maritime Industrialization from 1870 to 1910: A Review of the Evidence and Its Interpretation,” Acadiensis, Vol. 21, No. 1 (Autumn 1991): 132-55.

Inwood, Kris, and John Chamard,

“Regional Industrial Growth during the 1890s: The Case of the Missing Artisans,” Acadiensis, Vol. 16, No. 1 (Autumn 1986): 101-17.

Inwood, Kris, and Stengos Thanasis,

“Discontinuities in Canadian Economic Growth 1870-1910,” Explorations in Economic History, Vol. 28, No. 3 (July 1991): 274-86

Klassen, Henry C.,

A Business History of Alberta, Calgary: University of Calgary Press, 1999.

Lamb, W. Kaye,

History of the Canadian Pacific Railway, New York: Macmillan, 1977.

Lewis, Frank D.,

“A Life-Cycle Model of Farm Settlement with Imperfect Capital Markets: An Application to Upper Canada,” Canadian Journal of Economics, Vol. 34 (2001): 174-95.

Lutz, John,

“Losing Steam: The Boiler and Engine Industry as an Index of British Columbia's Deindustrialization, 1880-1915,” Canadian Historical Association Historical Papers/Communications historiques, 1988, pp. 168-208.

Marchildon, Gregory P.

Profits and Politics: Beaverbrook and the Gilded Age of Canadian Finance, Toronto: University of Toronto Press, 1996.

McCalla, Douglas,

Planting the Province: The Economic History of Upper Canada, 1784-1870, Toronto: University of Toronto Press, 1993.

McCann, L. D.,

“Metropolitanism and Branch Businesses in the Maritimes, 1881-1931,” Acadiensis, Vol. 13, No. 1 (Autumn 1983): 112-25.

McCann, L. D.,

“The Mercantile-Industrial Transition in The Metals Towns of Pictou County, 1857-1931,” Acadiensis, Vol. 10, No. 2 (Spring 1981): 29-64.

McCann, L. D.,

“Staples and the New Industrialism in the Growth of Post-Confederation Halifax,” Acadiensis, Vol. 8 (1979): 47-79.

Mouat, Jeremy,

“Creating a New Staple: Capital, Technology and Monopoly in B.C.'s Resource Sector, 1901-1925,” Journal of the Canadian Historical Association, New Series, 1 (1990): 215-37.

Owram, Doug,

“Economic Thought in the 1930s: The Prelude to Keynesianism,” Canadian Historical Review, Vol. 65 (September 1985): 364.

Radosh, Ronald,

“American Manufacturers, Canadian Reciprocity, and the Origins of the Branch Factory System,” CAAS Bulletin, 3, 1 (Spring/Summer 1967): 19-54.

Roy, Patricia E.,

“The British Columbia Electric Railway and Its Street Railway Employees: Paternalism in Labour Relations,” BC Studies, 16 (Winter 1972-73): 3-24.

Roy, Patricia,

“The Fine Arts of Lobbying and Persuading: The Case of the British Columbia Electric Railway, 1897-1917,” in David S. Macmillan, ed., Canadian Business History: Selected Studies 1497-1971, Toronto: McClelland and Stewart, 1972, pp. 239-54.

Roy, Patricia,

“The Illumination of Victoria: Late Nineteenth-Century Technology and Municipal Enterprise,” BC Studies, 32 (Winter 1976-77): 79-92.

Roy, Patricia E.,

“Progress, Prosperity and Politics: The Railway Policies of Richard McBride,” BC Studies, 47 (Autumn, 1980): 3-28.

Roy, Patricia E.,

“Regulating the British Columbia Electric Railway: The First Public Utilities Commission in British Columbia,” BC Studies, 11 (Fall 1971): 3-20.

Sager, Eric,

“Dependency, Underdevelopment, and the Economic History of the Atlantic Provinces,” Acadiensis, Vol. 17, No. 1 (Autumn 1987): 117-37.

Sager, Eric W., and Lewis R. Fischer,

“Atlantic Canada and the Age of Sail Revisited,” Canadian Historical Review, Vol. 63, No. 2 (June 1982): 125-50.

Samson, Daniel,

“Industrial Colonization: The Colonial Context of the General Mining Association of Nova Scotia, 1825-1842,” Acadiensis, Vol. 29, No. 1 (Autumn 1999): 3-28.

Scheinberg, Stephen,

“Invitation to Empire: Tariffs and American Economic Expansion in Canada,” Business History Review, Vol. 47, No. 2 (Summer 1973), reprinted in Glenn Porter and Robert D. Cuff, eds., Enterprise and National Development, Toronto: Hakkert, 1973.

Shields, R. A.,

“Imperial Policy and Canadian-American Commercial Relations, 1880-1911,” Bulletin of the Institute of Historical Research, 59 (1986): 108-21.

“Political Patronage under Macdonald and Laurier 1878-1911,” American Review of Canadian Studies, X (1980): 3-26.
Taylor, Graham D., and Peter A. Baskerville,

A Concise History of Business in Canada, Don Mills, Ontario: Oxford University Press, 1994.

Tulchinsky, Gerald,

The River Barons: Montreal Businessmen and the Growth of Industry and Transportation, 1837-53, Toronto: University of Toronto Press, 1977.

Watkins, Melville H.,

“The "American System" and Canada’s National Policy,” CAAS Bulletin, 2, 2 (Winter 1967): 26-45.

Watkins, M. H., and H. M. K. Grant, eds.,

Canadian Economic History: Classic and Contemporary Approaches, Ottawa: Carleton Library Series, 1993/

Webber, Jeremy,

“Compelling Compromise: Canada Chooses Conciliation Over Arbitration 1900-1907,” Labour/Le Travail, 28 (Fall, 1991): 15-57.