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Women in the Canadian economy

Mary Patricia Connelly

Women in the Canadian economy

an annotated selected bibliography

by Mary Patricia Connelly

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Published by s.n.] in [Toronto .
Written in English

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  • Women -- Employment -- Canada -- Bibliography.

  • Edition Notes

    Cover title.

    Statementcompiled by M. Patricia Connelly under the direction of L.R. Marsden, with support from the Humanities and Social Science Committee, University of Toronto.
    ContributionsUniversity of Toronto. Humanities and Social Science Committee.
    The Physical Object
    Pagination24 leaves.
    Number of Pages24
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL20259578M


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Margaret "Maggie" Lowe Benston (–) was a professor of chemistry, computing science, and women's studies at Simon Fraser University in Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada.

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Among Canada's six big banks, whose economics departments play a prominent role in the economic discussion, just one of the chief economists is a woman – Toronto-Dominion Bank's Beata Caranci.

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ongoing gender disparities, including the wage gap and the lack of women in executive positions. Further strides towards economic equality could produce sizeable economic benefits for Canada. But first, it’s important to understand the state of play.

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Women entrepreneurs: building a stronger Canadian economy, by Dina Lavoie., Toronto Public Library. Neoliberalism, the ideology that seeks to reduce state intervention in the economy and society and advocates maximum scope for the free play of market forces, has profoundly changed Canada's political and public policy discourses over the past twenty-five years.

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These businesses, characterized as employing fewer than Canada's entry into the war in created a labour shortage that had serious implications on its female citizens. For the first time, women were encouraged to leave the home and become active.

Aboriginal women in Canada face many challenges. Compared to non-Aboriginal women and to their male counterparts, Aboriginal women have lower incomes. They also work in lower level occupational categories.

Research demonstrates a clear link between education and income: the greater the educational attainment, the higher the resulting income. Global Economy and Development Program, Brookings Institution, Washington, District of Columbia (USA) Petra Moser. Economics Department, Stern School of Business, New York University (NYU), New York City, New York (USA) Karen Pence.

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Analysis of economic data over the past decade suggests that Canada’s labour market significantly outperformed that of the US in both wage gains and in maintaining equality.

However, behind this great success story there are warning signs for the future of the Canadian economy. This essay paper is aimed at exploring the economy of Canada and more specifically the aspects of the Canadian economy that suggests a potential failure of a capitalist economy.

A capitalist economy also known as a free market economy refers to the economic activity where there is a private ownership of the means of production.