Canada s Competition Policy Revisited

329-44 . Toronto : Butterworths . Rosenbluth , G. and Thorburn , H.G. ( 1961 ) “ Canadian Anti - Combines Administration , 1952-1960 . ” Canadian Journal of Economics and Political Science 27 ( November ) : 498-508 .

Canada s Competition Policy Revisited


Historical Perspectives on Canadian Competition Policy

Quinlan , J.J. ( 1966a ) " Notes on Jurisprudence Relating to Canadian Anti - Combines Legislation " in L.A. Skeoch , Restrictive Trade Practices in ... Combines Administration , 1952-1960 ( Toronto : University of Toronto Press ) .

Historical Perspectives on Canadian Competition Policy

This publication includes eight papers which address the following issues: the beginning of Canadian competitions policy, 1888-1900; the administration and enforcement of competitions policy in Canada, 1889 to 1952; Canadian competition law reform, 1919 and 1935; the history of price maintenance legislation in Canada; the evolution of legislation, adjudication and administration; the case of the Competition Act; a comparison of Canada's competitive environment in 1889 and 1989; and 1889-1989 and into the twenty-first century.

Vertical Mosaic

An Analysis of Social Class and Power in Canada, 50th Anniversary Edition John Porter ... Rosenbluth and H. G. Thorburn, “Canadian Anti-Combines Administration, 1952-1960,” C.J.E.P.S., XXVII, no. 4 (Nov. 1961), 498.

Vertical Mosaic

Fifty years later, the book retains vast significance both for its powerful critique of social exclusivity in a country that prides itself on equality and diversity and for its influence on generations of sociological researchers.

The Objectives of Canadian Competition Policy 1888 1983

Reschenthaler , G.B. and Stanbury , W.T. ( 1977 ) “ Benign Monopoly : Canadian Merger Policy and the K.C. Irving Case ” . Canadian Business Law Journal 2 : 135–68 . ... H.G. ( 1963 ) Canadian Anti - Combines Administration , 19521960 .

The Objectives of Canadian Competition Policy  1888 1983

From the Foreword: Despite the longevity and importance of competition policy, there has been no comprehensive study of its objectives. Hence this work by Gorecki and Stanbury fills a gap in our understanding of how the objectives of a public policy are adapted to changes in the economy, shifts in political priorities, new developments in theory, and refinements in judicial decision making.

How Much Price Competition

NOTES TO THE INTRODUCTION 1 Economic Council of Canada , Interim Report on Competition Policy ( Ottawa : Queen's Printer , 1969 ) . 2 G. Rosenbluth and H. G. Thorburn , " Canadian Anti - Combines Administration , 19521960 , ” Canadian ...

How Much Price Competition

Milton Moore, who calls this inquiry into an effective Canadian competition policy “a polite polemic,” challenges the assumptions upon which combines legislation is based and questions the manner in which free enterprise operates in Canada. He addresses himself, not to the academic economist, but to the general public. Because realism and relevance inform his thinking, businessmen will recognize the world of business he describes as the one they inhabit. The author’s basic premise is that the consumer is entitled to commodities and services at a price equal to the lowest attainable cost. But as industry is now organized, there is a gross waste of resources, and if the usual solution advocated for this problem (free trade in manufactured products with the United States) were to be effected, most of what remains of our economic independence would be lost. Professor Moore makes some radical proposals on the subject, notably the subordination of tariff policy to competition policy and the removal of the firm’s right of refusal to sell, both to a degree not previously suggested. The work is infused with his view that the public good takes precedence over the right of the individual to pursue his economic self-interest. “Unless politically courageous decisions are made,” he warns, “… our competition policy will continue to be the charade that it now is.”

W A Mackintosh

Canadian Anti-Combines Administration, 19521960,” Canadian Journal of Economics and Political Science (1961) 27: 498–508. Samuels, Warren J., ed. “Materials from Economics 5 and 6, Money and Banking and Public Finance, ...

W A  Mackintosh

W.A. Mackintosh (1895-1970) was an exemplary public intellectual and a modest person of rare abilities. In the first biography of this influential economist, Hugh Grant addresses how Mackintosh's commitment to public service and to the principles of reason and tolerance shaped his contribution to economic scholarship, government policy, and university governance. In the 1920s and '30s, Mackintosh emerged as the country's leading economist. His most notable contribution was through his "co-discovery" with Harold Innis of the staple thesis of Canadian economic development, which informed research in the field for a generation. During the Second World War Mackintosh joined the Department of Finance, where he played a central role in the successful management of the wartime economy and in Canada's adoption of Keynesian economic policy. As the author of the federal government's 1945 White Paper, Mackintosh laid out the broad strokes of Canada's adherence to Keynesianism in the post-war period. After his return to Queen's, Mackintosh would become the university's fifteenth principal and guide the institution as it prepared for the transformation of Canadian universities. A remarkable man who had a profound influence on the development of modern Canada, this definitive biography restores the record on his important contributions to Canadian economic thought and national and international finance.

J W McConnell

Canadian Anti-Combines Administration 19521960. Toronto: University of Toronto Press 1963. Ross, Murray G. The Y.M.C.A. in Canada. Toronto: Ryerson Press 1951 Roy, Patricia. “The Fine Art of Lobbying and Persuading: The Case of the ...

J W  McConnell

J.W. McConnell (1877-1963), born to a poor farming family in Ontario, became one of the wealthiest and most powerful businessmen of his generation - in Canada and internationally. Early in his career McConnell established the Montreal office of the Standard Chemical Company and began selling bonds and shares in both North America and Europe, establishing relationships that would lead to his enormous financial success. He was involved in numerous businesses, from tramways to ladies' fashion to mining, and served on the boards of several corporations. For nearly fifty years he was president of St Laurence Sugar and late in life he became the owner and publisher of the Montreal Star. McConnell was an indefatigable and formidable fundraiser for the YMCA, the war effort of 1914/18, hospitals, and McGill University, where he served as governor for almost three decades. In 1937 he established what would become The J.W. McConnell Family Foundation, the first major foundation in Canada and still one of the best endowed. J.W. McConnell was a principled and brilliant visionary with a strong work ethic and a deep commitment to the public good, a Rockefellerian figure in both big business and high society who quietly became one of the greatest philanthropists of his time. His life story - told in uncompromising detail by William Fong - is a study of raising, spending, and giving away money on the grandest scale.

How Ottawa Spends Your Tax Dollars

See the discussion of G. Rosenbluth and H.G. Thorburn , Canadian Anti - Combines Administration , 1952-60 ( Toronto : University of Toronto Press , 1963 ) , Ch . 8 . 43. See R. v . Canadian Breweries Ltd. ( 1960 ) , 126 C.C.C. 133 ...

How Ottawa Spends Your Tax Dollars

No matter what the politicians say, it's the way a government decides to spend its money that reveals its true priorities. This book focuses on the federal government's spending plans for economic development programs.

Guide to Legislation on Restrictive Business Practices Europe and North America

Recent Canadian anti-combines policy; mergers and monopoly. (University of Toronto Law Journal, Vol. 15., No. 1, 1963, pp. 155-184). Rosenbluth, O. and Thorburn, H.G. Canadian anti-combines administration 1952-1960.

Guide to Legislation on Restrictive Business Practices  Europe and North America


Foreign Trade and the Antitrust Laws

APPENDIX - BIBLIOGRAPHY LEGISLATIVE MATERIAL Combines Investigation Act , Rev. Stats . 1952 , c . 314. Amended by : ( 2-3 Eliz . 2. c . ... Rosenbluth , Gideon and Thorburn , H. G. Canadian anti - combines administration , 19521960 .

Foreign Trade and the Antitrust Laws


Foreign Trade and the Antitrust Laws

APPENDIX - BIBLIOGRAPHY LEGIBLATIVE MATERIAL Combines Investigation Act , Rev. Stats . 1952 , c . 314. Amended by : ( 2-3 Eliz . 2. c . ... Rosenbluth , Gideon and Thorburn , H. G. Canadian anti - combines administration , 19521960 .

Foreign Trade and the Antitrust Laws


Economic Essays on Australian and New Zealand Competition Law

11 G. Rosenbluth and H. G. Thornburn, Canadian Anti-Combines Administration 1952- 1960 (University of Toronto Press, 1963), pp. 29-30, 101-106. 12 Edward S. Mason, Economic Concentration and the Monopoly Problem (Cambridge, Mass.

Economic Essays on Australian and New Zealand Competition Law

intersecting patterns of law and economics that transcends all borders and attains a universal significance."--BOOK JACKET.

Guide to Legislation on Restrictive Business Practices

4.1 Lyon , Robert " Recent Canadian Anti - combines Policy ; Mergers and Monopoly " , University of Toronto Law ... Canadian Anti - Combine Administration , 1952-1960 " , Canadian Journal of Economics and Political Science , Vol .

Guide to Legislation on Restrictive Business Practices


Canadian Competition Law and Policy

The New Role of the Restrictive Trade Practices Commission : A Constitutional and Administrative Viewpoint . " In Papers on the 1975 Amendments to ... Canadian Anti - Combines Administration , 1952-1960 . " Canadian Journal of Economics ...

Canadian Competition Law and Policy

The nature and the role of competition policy in Canada's history is a subject of growing interest. This bibliography provides a comprehensive picture of the development of Canada's competition law and policy over the past 100 years.

Labour Costs in Canada

An Examination of Wages, Prices, Profits and Productivity Canadian Labour Congress. combines legislation ... Rosenbluth , G. and Thorburn , H. G. Canadian Anti - Combines Administration 1952-1960 , University of Toronto Press , Toronto ...

Labour Costs in Canada


Cartel

Book Review Canadian Anti - Combines Administration , 1952-1960 By G. Rosenbluth and H. G. Thornburn . Toronto University Press and Oxford University Press , 1963. 106 pp . Price 32s . IN October 1949 Canada's Combines Investigation ...

Cartel


Revue Canadienne Du Droit de Commerce

Anti - Combines Enforcement in Canada , 1945-58 " , MA Thesis , McGill University , 1959 . Rosenbluth , G. and Thorburn , H.G. “ Canadian Anti - Combines Administration , 1952-1960 " ' , CIEPS , Vol . 27 , No. 4 , November 1961 , pp .

Revue Canadienne Du Droit de Commerce


Economics Canada Recent Readings

CANADIAN ANTI - COMBINES ADMINISTRATION , 1952-1960 * GIDEON ROSENBLUTH and H. G. THORBURN Important changes were made in the Combines Investigation Act in 1952 , and again in 1960 ; the intervening period provides a suitable unit for ...

Economics  Canada  Recent Readings


Canadian Political Parties 1867 1968

NORMANDIN , A. B. La législation et l'administration des eaux . ... ( In The Canadian journal of economics and political science . [ Toronto ] v . 1 , no . ... ROSENBLUTH , G. Canadian anti - combines administration , 1952-1960 .

Canadian Political Parties  1867 1968