Canada and the New World Economic Order: Strategic Briefings for Canadian Enterprise

Canada and the New World Economic Order: Strategic Briefings for Canadian Enterprise

ISBN10: 1553220633
ISBN13: 978-1553220633
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Title: Canada and the New World Economic Order: Strategic Briefings for Canadian Enterprise
Publisher: Captus Press
Language: English
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Canada and the New World Economic Order: Strategic Briefings for Canadian Enterprise



As Canada approaches the third millennium, the economic crisis of the early 1990s has passed. However, today, more than ever before, it is necessary for Canadian managers, and those with a significant economic interest in Canada, to understand the Canadian economy in the context of both the global political economy as well as Canadian society as a whole. Canada's entry into a period of economic growth has given us room to breathe, not a licence to fall into complacency. Where does Canada stand? What are the major strengths and weaknesses of Canada as a place in which to do business? What types of businesses are most and least affected by the new world economic order? Where are prospects the brightest; and where the dimmest? What decisions have to be made and by whom? What will happen if they are not made? The proliferation of these types of questions begs the need for a systematic approach to today's issues. Canada and the New World Economic Order provides the tools to understand the wider context in which Canadian firms operate. The articles by acknowledged experts do not oversimplify or gloss over complex issues, and they remain accessible to readers without specialized backgrounds in economics or political science. They present a wide range of viewpoints, sometimes conflicting, on the issues discussed. The book is intended to provoke as many questions as it answers and to stimulate critical thinking. It will leave the reader better equipped to make sense of the world in which Canadian business operates and to address the challenges faced by both individual Canadian firms, and by Canada as a nation taking part in a global economy. --This text refers to an out of print or unavailable edition of this title.

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