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Vincent Geloso: London School of Economics
Chapter 11 in Rethinking Canadian Economic Growth and Development since 1900, 2017, pp 203-207 from Palgrave Macmillan
Abstract What we have outlined here, supported by statistics and under the lens of economic science, is a counterfactual portrait of the Quiet Revolution: we have shown that a large part of the progress made during those years would have occurred anyway, even if the State had not intervened on as large a scale as it has done since 1960.
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