Explaining the Quiet Decline
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Vincent Geloso: London School of Economics
Chapter 10 in Rethinking Canadian Economic Growth and Development since 1900, 2017, pp 179-201 from Palgrave Macmillan
Abstract The role that institutions played in Québec’s economic growth is rarely recognized as much it ought. Yet, the outcome of the Quiet Revolution for the institutions can help explain why this period would have such disappointing outcomes. These institutions (or voluntary associations) produce what economists and sociologists call “social capital.”
Keywords: Social Capital; Suicide Rate; Public Spending; Voluntary Association; Interpersonal Trust (search for similar items in EconPapers)
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