Monetary and Fiscal Thought and Policy in Canada, 1919-1939
In this careful and thorough study of a Canadian field which has been relatively untouched in recent years, Dr. Brecher records and comments on the development of monetary and fiscal thinking in Canada in the inter-war period, and its impact on public policy in the federal sphere.
Subjects: Business, Political Science, Economics
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