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POLI 366 Canadian Political Economy

THIS GUIDE IS A STARTING POINT to help you with your library research in the area of Canadian political economy. Always refer to your professor's course requirements and remarks on questions of research.

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What is political economy?

"The object of political economy research is typically macro-level description and/or explanation of material practices. The subject of this research knows no boundaries, as long as the analysis develops the subject's reciprocal linkages to related subjects and fields of inquiry. Social relations are located within the context of the economic, political, and ideological/cultural dimensions on the one hand and within the dimensions of time and space on the other."

The New Canadian Political Economy, edited by Wallace Clement and Glen Williams, (Montreal, QC, CAN: McGill-Queen's University Press, 1989), p.21-22.

Canadian Political Economy

Political Economy of Different Jurisdictions in Canada, past and Present

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