Overview:Canada and the Global Economy: Volume 3: The Geography of Structural and Technological Change - Canadian Association of Geographers Series in Canadian Geography - The contributors explore four central themes: the locational impacts of the openness of the Canadian economy, Canada's relatively simple economic geography in terms of regional variations in resources and urban development, the problems of keeping pace with rapid advances in technology, and the role of government in maintaining a national market and assisting economic development. They outline the essential elements of Canada's contemporary economic geography, highlight the origins and spatial imprint of change in the Canadian economy, and provide an assessment of Canada's participation in significant international patterns of economic change.Canada and the Global Economy is concerned not only with the economic size and location of consumption and production but also with institutional changes and shifts in employment, the sectoral composition of economic activity, and the organizational structure and locational behaviour of particular industries and firms. Special attention is given to the technological development of both established industries and new service and manufacturing activities. A timely addition to the field, it provides a geographic perspective on significant changes in jobs and types of work that result from the transformation of economic activities.Contributors: Trevor J. Barnes (UBC), John N.H. Britton (Toronto), James B. Cannon (Queen's), William J. Coffey (Montreal), J. Tait Davis (York), Geoffrey Dobilas (Toronto), William C. Found (York), Meric S. Gertler (Toronto), James M. Gilmour (consultant, Ottawa), Roger Hayter (Simon Fraser), John Holmes (Queen's), Anthony C. Lea (Compusearch, Toronto), Ian MacLachlan (Lethbridge), Alan D. MacPherson (SUNY at Buffalo), Glen B. Norcliffe (York), D. Michael Ray (formerly Carleton), Tod Rutherford (Waterloo), R. Keith Semple (Saskatchewan), James W. Simmons (Toronto), William Smith (Auckland), Guy P.F. Steed (formerly Science Council of Canada), Iain Wallace (Carleton), and Nigel Waters (Calgary).
This book is on page /88f0ff300130a9332bf7ee8997e69000/book/1603725663-9780773509276. It was written by the following authors: John N.H. Britton. Book Canada and the Global Economy: Volume 3: The Geography of Structural and Technological Change - Canadian Association of Geographers Series in Canadian Geography, which can be read online, published by the company: McGill-Queen's University Press. Other books on similar topics can be found in sections: Law, Science, Business, Finance, Technology, Medicine. The book was published on 1996-05-01 00:00:00. It has 472 pages and is published in Hardback format and weight g. File for download Canada and the Global Economy: Volume 3: The Geography of Structural and Technological Change - Canadian Association of Geographers Series in Canadian Geography has PDF format and is called canada-and-the-global-economy-volume-3-the-geography-of-structural-and-technological-change-canadian-association-of-geographers-series-in-canadian-geography.pdf. Other books you can download below. Our nottedeiricercatoriaq.it site is not responsible for the content of PDF files.
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