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Is Protection Good or Bad for Growth? Lessons from Canada's Cotton Textile Mills

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  • Michael Hinton

    () (Rimini Centre for Economic Analysis, and Minerva's Owl, Consultants)

  • Thomas Barbiero

    () (Department of Economics, Ryerson University)

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  • Michael Hinton & Thomas Barbiero, 2012. "Is Protection Good or Bad for Growth? Lessons from Canada's Cotton Textile Mills," Working Papers 036, Ryerson University, Department of Economics, revised Oct 2012.
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    Cotton Textiles; 19th Century Canada; Economic Growth; Tariffs; National Policy;

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