By D. C. M. Platt, Guido Di Tella
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Easterbrook's observation that in Canada 'bureaucratic influences and outlook have shaped and dominated the nation's economic life; centrally directed, "induced" entrepreneurship established a pattern which remains largely intact .. ' seems particularly relevant. 48 To a large degree the success of the Canadian wheat industry depended on the determination of the central government to settle the prairies. Wheat growing in the Canadian prairie provinces would not have been feasible without the provision of railways, the encouragement and support of settlers, and the very active role played by the government in setting up a network of research stations and extension services and the provision of an extensive grain elevator system.
Caves,' "Vent for Surplus" Models of Trade and Growth', in R. E. ), Trade, Growth and the Balance of Payments: Essays in Honour of Gottfried Haberler (Chicago, 1966) p. 111. Melville Watkins, op. , p. 144. 9. Explorations in Economic History, vol. 17, nos 1 and 3 ( 1980) particularly C. Knick Harley, 'Transportation, the World Wheat Trade, and the Kuznets Cycle, 1850-1913', 218-58. Robert E. Ankli, 'The Growth of the Canadian Economy 1896-1920. Export led and/or Neoclassical Growth', 251-74. Trevor J.
1887, p. 75. 21. Francisco Seeber, 'Argentina, Canada, Australasia: Lecciones de progresso comparado, inferioridad relativa de Ia Argentina', Anales de Ia Sociedad Rural Argentina, 1908, 98. 22. J. F. Guthrie, A World History of Sheep and Wool (Melbourne, 1957) p. 174. 23. J. Colin Crossley in Harold Blakemore, Clifford T. Smith (eds), Latin America: Geographical Perspectives (London, 1971) p. 425. 24. Alan Barnard, op. , ch. 3. 25. Morton D. Winsberg, Modern Cattle Breeds in Argentina: Origins, Diffusion and Change (Lawrence, 1968) pp.
Argentina, Australia and Canada: Studies in Comparative Development 1870–1965 by D. C. M. Platt, Guido Di Tella