Building The New Canadian Political Economy

  title={Building The New Canadian Political Economy},
  author={Chris Hurl and Benjamin Christensen},
  journal={Studies in Political Economy},
  pages={167 - 193}
Abstract Since the late 1960s, the New Canadian Political Economy (NCPE) has played an important role in shaping the trajectory of the social sciences in Canada and informing the political goals and strategies of a range of progressive social movements. However, few studies have attempted to trace the history of the NCPE as a distinctive intellectual tradition or account for its place in consolidating a Left political milieu in Canada outside of Quebec. Exploring the NCPE as part of a wider… 
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