Targeting High Growth Industry

Author by : Roy Edwin George
Languange : en
Publisher by : IRPP
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Description : From the back cover: The question of an industrial strategy for Canada has had a prominent place in Canadian debate for many years. Most recently, there have been several advocates for adoption in Canada of a strategy of "picking winners". This means identifying and providing government support to industries with a high growth potential. As a corollary, it means not providing support to industries deemed to be "non-winners"....Professor George has approached the question by undertaking an examination of Canadian experience to date along with an examination of the experiences several other countries have had with a strategy of targetting high-growth industries. He brings to light information Canadian policy makers should take into account if they contemplate adopting such a strategy for Canada.


After The Gray Report

Author by : Donald James Daly
Languange : en
Publisher by : Unknown
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The Transition To Reality

Author by : John Shepherd
Languange : en
Publisher by : James Lorimer & Company
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Description : From the back cover: Canada has come but recently to the acceptance and conceptualization of "industrial strategy" as a major facet of economic policy. The urgent need for policies to revitalize our industrial base was masked by the ephemeral manufacturing growth of the 1960s. The linking of industrial health to national purpose suffered because we concentrated on distributing wealth rather than producing it. The concept of "an industrial strategy" for a Canada diverse in its regions and resources was difficult to encompass. The terms itself achieved a debasement in language before acquiring a consensus as to substance. The notion of a strategy which might take one or more decades to implement does not mesh readily with the political imperatives dictated by shorter electoral time frames. Yet the economic difficulties which Canada is encountering, and which in part we ourselves engender by lack of orchestration of policy, dictate the need for a strategic approach. A long-range and substantive attempt to revitalize our industrial base needs to be made.


The Transition To Reality

Author by : John J. Shepherd
Languange : en
Publisher by : Unknown
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Description : Annotation First published in 1980, The Transition to Reality is a look into Canada's industrial health, or lack thereof. Author John Shepherd criticizes the contemporary lack of a conscious industrial strategy in Canada, asserting that the need for a coherent policy was masked by essentially ephemeral manufacturing growth in the 1960s. He suggests policymakers focus on the mechanics of producing wealth, rather than merely distributing it. The Transition to Reality is a bracing and often contrary entry into the vibrant political economy debates of the early 1980s.


Canada Can Compete

Author by : Joseph R. D'Cruz
Languange : en
Publisher by : IRPP
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Description : From the back cover: Canada can compete in international markets, but not, the authors contend, under the present national economic strategy. Policies that redistribute income and allocate resources through government fiat have weakended Canada's ability to transform its manufacturing sector to meet the new competititve challenges. D'Cruz and Fleck compare the performance of seventy-one Canadian industries from 1967 to 1981 with industries in Japan, the United States, Britain and France. To enhance the competitiveness of Canadian manufacturing, the authors propose a differential industrial strategy, one that emphasizes growth and development. Government, they say, must play a "hands-off" role in Canada's market economy, limiting itself to establishing the rules of the game. The authors recommend, in addition, macro-economic policies that would reduce the federal deficit, restrain wages for public servants, preserve low differentials between Canadian and American interest rates, and maintain the Canadian dollar at 70 cents U.S.


Industrial Strategy For Canada

Author by : David Logan
Languange : en
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What Industrial Strategy For Canada

Author by : Canadian Institute of Strategic Studies. Spring Seminar
Languange : en
Publisher by : Unknown
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A New Industrial Strategy

Author by : E. F. J. Rettig
Languange : en
Publisher by : Unknown
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Canadian Publishing

Author by : Patricia Aldana
Languange : en
Publisher by : Unknown
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Canadian Industrial Strategy

Author by : Canada. Library of Parliament. Information and Reference Branch
Languange : en
Publisher by : Unknown
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New North Star Ii

Author by : Anonim
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Publisher by : Unknown
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An Approach To Industrial Strategy

Author by : Canadian Manufacturers' Association
Languange : en
Publisher by : Unknown
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Industrial Strategy

Author by : Ronald Johnson Wonnacott
Languange : en
Publisher by : Unknown
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Canadian Industrial Strategy And The Co Operative Sector The Oilseed Case

Author by : Co-operative College of Canada
Languange : en
Publisher by : Saskatoon : Co-operative College of Canada
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Description : Abstract: This case study of the growth of the oilseed industry in Canada illustrates a situation where key decisions at the right time led to co-operative domination in this specific sector. The implication is that co-operatives should take the opportunity to develop sectors likely to expand rapidly in the next few years. This could lead to co-operative and Canadian ownership in areas such as alternative sources of energy, and competitive advantages for co-operatives in areas such as doing business from the home through computer networks.


Canadian Industrial Strategy

Author by : Anonim
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Publisher by : Unknown
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Economics Of Industrial Policy And Strategy

Author by : D. G. McFetridge
Languange : en
Publisher by : Unknown
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Description : "The papers in this volume are concerned with industrial strategy - what it is and which strategy, if any, Canada should adopt. Each paper approaches the issues in a different way, and yet there is a common thread to their conclusions."--


Jobs An Industrial Strategy

Author by : New Democratic Party
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Publisher by : Unknown
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Canadian Industrial Strategy And The Co Operative Sector

Author by : Larry Hicock
Languange : en
Publisher by : Unknown
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Description : Abstract: This case study of the growth of the oilseed industry in Canada illustrates a situation where key decisions at the right time led to co-operative domination in this specific sector. The implication is that co-operatives should take the opportunity to develop sectors likely to expand rapidly in the next few years. This could lead to co-operative and Canadian ownership in areas such as alternative sources of energy, and competitive advantages for co-operatives in areas such as doing business from the home through computer networks.