The Dog That Hasn't Barked: The Political Economy of Contemporary Debates on Canadian Foreign Investment Policies

@article{Hale2008TheDT,
  title={The Dog That Hasn't Barked: The Political Economy of Contemporary Debates on Canadian Foreign Investment Policies},
  author={Geoffrey Hale},
  journal={Canadian Journal of Political Science},
  year={2008},
  volume={41},
  pages={719 - 747}
}
  • Geoffrey Hale
  • Published 2008
  • Political Science
  • Canadian Journal of Political Science
Abstract. This article examines the responses of Canadian business leaders, national newspapers, and governments to record numbers of foreign takeovers of Canadian-based firms in 2004–2007. It assesses the political, economic, financial market, and regulatory contexts for takeover activity in historical, macro-economic, and micro-economic contexts in light of Canada's historically firm-centred business culture. It summarizes five dimensions of policy and media discourse on the interrelated… Expand
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