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Dimensions of Canadian regionalism

Canada. Dept. of Energy, Mines and Resources. Policy Research and Coordination Branch.

Dimensions of Canadian regionalism

by Canada. Dept. of Energy, Mines and Resources. Policy Research and Coordination Branch.

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Published by Dept. of Energy, Mines and Resources., Policy Research and Coordination Branch in Ottawa .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Regionalism -- Canada.,
  • Canada -- Maps.,
  • Canada -- Economic conditions -- Maps.,
  • Canada -- Population -- Maps.,
  • Canada -- Economic conditions -- 1945-1971.,
  • Canada -- Social conditions -- 1945-1971.

  • Edition Notes

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    StatementD. Michael Ray.
    SeriesGeographical paper -- no. 49
    ContributionsRay, D. Michael
    The Physical Object
    Pagination59 p. :
    Number of Pages59
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL21592441M

    promotion of regionalism in Southeast Asia, alongside concerns regarding intra-regional - predators and internal communist insurgencies. Given the great uncertainty surrounding the behavior of the USSR and China in the aftermath of the Second World War, the US took a File Size: KB. If you laugh at Royal Canadian Air Farce and enjoy tongue-in-cheek self-deprecating Canadian humour, this book is definitely for you. It takes you on a tour of Canadian regionalism (Albertans are the angriest Canadians), cuisine (Timmy's), sports (curling) and government (hopeless).Cited by: 3.

      Dimensions: N/A. Page Count: ISBN: About the Book. Regionalism and Globalization represents research on three thematics: Appalachia, Global Computerization and Globalization. First, the spatial expression of corporate national and transnational capitalism essentially created the peripheralization of Appalachia and today Pages: Canada's geography and historical development have played an intricate role in our political system today. As settlers began to migrate to Canada, each brought their unique set of values, whether it be religious, cultural or political. Regional and cultural differences were important and thus coloni.

      This is the second of five volumes reporting on the UNU/WIDER project on new regionalism. Whereas the first volume dealt with the two processes of globalization and regionalization in more general terms, this volume presents various national perspectives on the process of regionalization in order to get a more concrete understanding of its : Economic regionalism, institutional arrangements designed to facilitate the free flow of goods and services and to coordinate foreign economic policies between countries in the same geographic region. Economic regionalism can be viewed as a conscious attempt to manage the opportunities and constraints created by the dramatic increase in international economic ties since the end of World War II.


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Dimensions of Canadian regionalism by Canada. Dept. of Energy, Mines and Resources. Policy Research and Coordination Branch. Download PDF EPUB FB2

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