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Social and labour market aspects of North American linkages [electronic resource] /
general editors, Richard G. Harris & Thomas Lemieux.
imprint
Calgary : University of Calgary Press, c2005.
description
xvi, 643 p. ; 23 cm.
ISBN
1552381455
format(s)
Book
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imprint
Calgary : University of Calgary Press, c2005.
isbn
1552381455
restrictions
Licensed for access by U. of T. users.
general note
Distributed by the Government of Canada Depository Services Program.
Issued also in French under title: Les liens en Amérique du Nord, aspects sociaux et marchés du travail.
Proceedings of a conference held in Montréal, Québec, on Nov. 20-22, 2002.
catalogue key
10526912
 
Co-published by Industry Canada and Human Resources and Skills Development Canada
Includes bibliographical references.
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To address this topic, Industry Canada and the former Human Resources Development Canada jointly commissioned original research for a Workshop on 'Social and Labour Market Aspects of North American Linkage'. This volume contains the research papers, comments, and panel proceedings from it.
Main Description
While there is a broad consensus that North American economic integration has benefits for Canadians' standard of living, there are also concerns that deeper economic integration may restrict Canada's ability to pursue domestic goals in a number of important areas. To address these issues, Industry Canada and the former Human Resources Development Canada jointly commissioned original research for a Workshop on Social and Labour Market Aspects of North American Linkages. This volume contains the research papers, comments and panel proceedings from the Workshop.
Main Description
While there is a broad consensus that North American economic integration has benefits for Canadians' standard of living, there are also concerns that deeper economic integration may restrict Canada's ability to pursue domestic goals in a number of important areas. To address these issues, Industry Canada and the former Human Resources Development Canada jointly commissioned original research for a Workshop on 'Social and labour Market Aspects of North American Linkage'. This volume contains the research papers, comments and panel proceedings from the Workshop.

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