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Tax, Borrow and Spend: Financing Federal Spending in Canada, 1867-1990 (Carleton Library) download ebook

by W. Irwin Gillespie

Tax, Borrow and Spend: Financing Federal Spending in Canada, 1867-1990 (Carleton Library) download ebook
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0886291518
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W. Irwin Gillespie
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Carleton Univ Pr (December 1, 1991)
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This book tells the story of taxes, borrowing, and government spending. It illuminates and explains the fascinating tax and borrowing choices that Canadian federal governments have made in financing government spending from Confederation in 1867 through 1990

This book tells the story of taxes, borrowing, and government spending. It illuminates and explains the fascinating tax and borrowing choices that Canadian federal governments have made in financing government spending from Confederation in 1867 through 1990.

Tax, Borrow and Spend: Financing Federal Spending in Canada, 1867–1990W. Irwin Gillespie Ottawa: Carleton University Press, 1991, pp. x, 347. Evert A. Lindquist (a1). Recommend this journal.

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Tax, borrow and spend: Financing federal spending in Canada 1867–1990. as Carleton Library no. 107, 1977, with biographical note by A. E. Safarian and foreword by Lorie Tarshis. Toronto: McClelland and Stewart. Ottawa: Carleton University Press, Carleton Library no. 17. oogle Scholar. Goodwin, Craufurd D. W. 1961. Canadian economic thought: The political economy of a developing nation 1814–1914. Timlin, Mabel F. 1944.

Gillespie, W. Irwin, 1991, Tax, Borrow and Spend: Financing Federal Spending in Canada . Irwin, 1991, Tax, Borrow and Spend: Financing Federal Spending in Canada, 7867-1990 Ottawa: Carleton University Press. Canada: An Economic History. Without pressure from a small but influential group of London financiers, Confederation would not have occurred in 1867, if at all. These financiers supported the unification of the British North American colonies because they believed it would rescue their under-performing investments and keep British North America within the British Empire.

Gillespie, Irwin (1995). Tax, Borrow and Spend: Financing Federal Spending in Canada, 1867-1990. Carleton University Press. p. 263. ISBN 0-88629-153-4.

Boston: Houghton Mifflin. Tax, borrow and spend: Financing federal spending in Canada 1867–1990. 170. 1961

Boston: Houghton Mifflin. Canadian economic thought: The political econ- omy of a developing nation 1814–1914. Durham, NC: Duke University Press, for the Duke University Commonwealth Studies Center. The economists versus the Bank of Canada. Toronto: Ryerson Press. A twenty-year perspective: Some reflections on the Keynesian revolution in Canada

Personal Name: Gillespie, W. Irwin (William Irwin), 1937-. Publication, Distribution, et. Ottawa. Carleton University Press, (c)1991.

Personal Name: Gillespie, W. Physical Description: 347 p. : ill. ;, 24 cm. Title: Carleton library series, 0845-9614 ; 170. Bibliography, etc. Note: Includes bibliographical references (p. -347).

Carleton Library Series has published over 230 works relating to Canadian history . Tax, Borrow and Spend. Demon Rum or Easy Money. The Redistribution of Income in Canada. Contexts of Canada’s Past.

Carleton Library Series has published over 230 works relating to Canadian history, politics, society, economics, geography, and other related fields.