Canada industry associations, technology centres and economic development agencies. canadian Management Network includes small business problem answers http://www.peoplegoingglobal.com/Americas/Canada.htm
Extractions: Canadians are very sensitive to being confused with the United States, the converse is not such a problem. Be very careful of this one, especially if coming from a country other that the US as the Canadian accent (if English) is not that easy to distinguish, although totally obvious to US residents and Canadians. Do not refer to the US as America, this is the name of the continent of which Canada is by far the largest country. Canada for the British is noticeably more British than the USA. The English language differences are less, measurements are metric, and the Queen is on the money. Quebec is French speaking, out of the tourist spots and large cities you will encounter people who do not speak English. All of Canadian government information is bilingual.
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Extractions: Home Research Guides Canadian Economics This web page highlights a selection of print and electronic resources available through the Ryerson Library that can be used to undertake research on topics related to Economics. Many of these resources can be accessed via computers in the Ryerson Library and in computer labs on the Ryerson campus. If you are a Ryerson student, staff or faculty member, access is also available through home or office computer systems that are connected to the Internet. For further information on connecting to Library resources from a home system, consult the Remote Access instructions on the Library's home page. Most economics books are located in the H - HJ call-number range on the 6th - 7th floor. The Library catalogue includes the titles of books, periodicals, audiovisual materials and company annual reports held by the Library. Search the library catalogue by author, title, subject and keyword. If you do not have a specific author or title of a book and you do not know the Library of Congress subject heading, search the
Ryerson Library - BIZLIB - Web Guides - Statistics listed by subject and Statistics Canada catalogue number. Includes national and small business statistics for the economic Indicators, 1995 Forward (US Congress http://www.ryerson.ca/library/courses/business/bizlib/stats.html
Extractions: Home Research Guides BIZLIB Web Guides ... Business News Statistics The following web sites will provide you with links to statistical information related to business and economics. Finding Canadian, U.S. and International Statistics This document deals with the location of statistics (as opposed to raw primary data), primarily in computer-readable form, with an emphasis on national statistics. In some cases, references are to collections of statistics themselves; in other cases, references are to tools that assist you to locate statistics in print or in electronic publications. Global Edge - Statistical Data Sources Links to global and regional Web sites. Guide to Canadian Census Data provides an overview of the contents of the 1996 Census, inlcuding the Nation, Profile and Dimension series. Statistical Resources on the Web Covers several broad categories including economics , and finance Statistical Sources This Ryerson Library research guide provides an introduction to the evaluation and use of statistics along with links to Canadian, U.S. and international sources of statistical information.
Economics HotLinks of economics and International business, University of Southern is a collection of economic studies from gap between the US and canadian economies (National http://www.fin.gc.ca/links/econe.html
Extractions: Français Contact Us Help Search ... Legislation Economics Many of the following hyperlinks are to sites of organizations or other entities that are not subject to the Official Languages Act . The material found there is therefore in the language(s) used by the sites in question. AgEcon : full text of scholarly research in the broadly defined fields of agricultural and environmental economics (Department of Applied Economics, University of Minnesota). Association des économistes québécois : publications, including the Bulletin ÉCO , conferences and other announcements, links to related WWW sites. Bank of America's Featured Research : offers "Economic Briefs" and "Economic & Financial Perspectives", reports provided by the Banks Chief Economist on the key issues influencing the economy and financial markets. Canada. Bank of Canada Library : economics and management related information, including full text of the Bank of Canada's working papers, and links to the full text versions of a selection of economics journals. Canada. Department of Finance
BC STATS Home 2001 economic Dependencies and Impact Ratios for 63 Local Areas. See more . Source Statistics Canada. Prime business Rate, 3.75, 5.00. http://www.bcstats.gov.bc.ca/
Extractions: BC Government Home B.C. Home Management Services BC Stats Services ... A-Z Subject List Affiliated Sites BC College and Institute Student Outcomes Survey Major Projects Inventory Manufacturers' Directory Regional Index SUBJECTS Quick access to BC Stats' subject areas Census Data Economic Statistics Regional Statistics Social Statistics RESOURCES Subscription Releases Web Store Statistical Glossary Other Links New at BC Stats Survey Project document.write(''); // End Recent Publications 2004 BC Manufacturers' Directory 2001 Economic Dependencies and Impact Ratios BC's High Tech Sector Provincial Electoral District Profiles ... Aboriginal Peoples Profiles New Releases May 6, 2004 2003 BC ECONOMIC ACCOUNTS Economic Accounts data for 2003 has been added, including gross domestic product, final domestic demand, personal income and international and interprovincial trade flows. April 14, 2004
Douglas College Library - Resources In Business Douglas College users only) Includes business Indicators, CPI access) canadian statistics containing CANSIM (canadian Socioeconomic Information Management http://library.douglas.bc.ca/resource_bus.html
Extractions: COMMENTARY: Economic Platforms: Measuring the Fiscal Room to Maneuver - June 3 As the three national political parties unveil their economic platforms, the question arises as to whether the promises for new spending or tax initiatives can be achieved within the context of keeping the federal budget in the black.
Canada Economic Development This information is intended to assist canadian companies interested in types of information are provided general, economic and business information on http://www.dec-ced.gc.ca/asp/Publications/publications_ext_detail.asp?LANG=EN&DO
Wedoo.Com - Business & Economy - Economics A wealth of information on the canadian economy. Includes links to key canadian economic indicators for the last ten years. canadianeconomy.gc.ca. http://en.wedoo.com/ranking/network/business-economy/economics.shtml
MEI'S THEMES: CANADIAN ECONOMY 1999 edition of Montreal business Magazine THE BALKANIZATION OF THE canadian ECONOMY A LEGACY OF productivity, competitiveness, and economic progress compared http://www.iedm.org/themes3_en.html
Extractions: FIGHTING POVERTY: HAVE SOCIAL EXPENDITURES HELPED THE POOR? Poverty remains a pressing concern. This is particularly true since the various levels of government now enjoy huge budget surpluses with which they could fund new anti-poverty programs if they so desired. Column by Michel Kelly-Gagnon, MEI's Executive Director, published in the December 2000 edition of Montreal Business Magazine. WHY WE NEED FREE TRADE IN CANADA There seems to be a view among Canadian governments that the domestic market and interprovincial trade are not important. Canada as a country doesn't have enforceable trade rules. Provincial governments can and do use their legislative and regulatory powers to protect local interests and limit trade in their markets. We also don't have an effective mechanism to ensure that our domestic market is functioning the very best it can to support and sustain export growth in the future. Economic Note on interprovincial trade barriers (August 2001).
EDRS: Other Links North America International business Resources, North quarterly pictures of economic conditions), provincial canadiana, the canadian Resources Page References http://www.library.mcgill.ca/edrs/links/country/country.html
Extractions: Asia China Population Information and Research Center (CPIRC) China - Republic of China (Taiwan) The Republic of China Yearbook Israel - Central Bureau of Statistics (CBS) India: Ministry of Finance Government of india India - Reserve Bank of India ... Japan Global Window: The Guide to Business Success Japan at a Glance, the economy, financial structure, etc. Jordon - Central Bank of Jordan Pakistan - Government of Pakistan Homepage Singapore - Department of Statistics, Singapore
Resource Sites business and economics The BC stats site is organized by topic and includes a wide range of socioeconomic information about British Columbia. Bank of Canada http://www.kwantlen.bc.ca/student_services/library/homepage/Internet/economics.h
Extractions: Economics is the science of how people produce goods and services, and how those goods and services are distributed and used. The Internet has quickly become an important research tool for business and economics information. Commercial, government, and educational web sites can provide a wealth of ideas and information about many topics in the field of Economics. Online periodical indexes, including Canadian Business and Current Affairs and the Humanities and Social Sciences Index, are excellent sources for current journal literature in the field of economics. British Columbia Industry Profiles
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Business Statistics On The Web Industry Canada economic Analysis, Statistics. http//strategis.ic.gc.ca/sc_ecnmy/engdoc Nations and business. http//www.un.org/partners/business/stats.htm. US http://www.libraries.psu.edu/business/sla.htm
Canada And E-Business for 60 per cent of Canada s economic output, 80 CeBi studies found that smaller canadian SMEs, with and Europe in adopting Internet business solutions while http://www.witiger.com/ecommerce/canada.htm
Extractions: In May 2003 the Globe and Mail did a special e-Business Report (which they have done every once in a while over the past few years). This report referred to the CeBi - Canadian E-Business Initiative http://cebi.ca/ and a study done by the CeBi which was, in effect "Canada's On-line Report card". This section will look at what the Globe said + we will look at the CeBi site itself and material from the original report. WTGR Learning Objectives After studying this unit students will be able to: The advantage in discussing a topic through the use of a national newspaper article is that newspaper journalists approach a story in a way which makes it easy for students to learn. Journalists are trained to describe the most important points all in the first paragraph - which makes it easy for a student to quickly know what the subject is about.
Guide To Research: Canadian Business Government Statistics on business Economy UCFV Library s selected resources web page regarding business data from BC stats and Statistics Canada. http://www.ucfv.bc.ca/library/bus.htm
Extractions: See also International Business Government Information Sites BC Online - Fee-based access to information on land titles, property assessments, BC companies, registrations under the Personal Property Security Act (i.e. Liens and Security Agreements) and more. This is a fee-for-service siteyou need a Deposit Account that you maintain with BC Online. Business Development Bank of Canada - Small business information. Business Gateway: Services for Canadian Business - Provides a single access point to all the government services and information needed to start, run and grow a business. Topics include tax, regulations, business statistics and analysis, E-business, financing, human resources and management, research and development. Canada Business Service Centres - Government site, includes "Info-guides" on popular business topics, such as business start-up by province and type of business. Canadian Economy Online - One-stop guide to the national economy. Includes statistics, federal government information, economic concepts and events.
Guide To Research: Economic Indicators Migration Immigration Highlights, Small business Quarterly, Quarterly Canada economic and Financial Data table Statistics Canada canadian economic Observer http://www.ucfv.bc.ca/library/econ.htm
Extractions: Bank of Canada. Quarterly statistical tables covering major financial and economic indicators, the Bank of Canada, chartered banks and other financial institutions, financial aggregates and markets, the federal government, general economic statistics, foreign exchange and balance of payments. BC Stats
CREES - Business And Economics Links business organization promoting development of canadian business with the resources on economics, politics, business and markets. Good current economic data. http://www.utoronto.ca/crees/creesweb/links-econ.html
Extractions: return to main links page graphics version return to main links page text version General , CEEIA is a Calgary-based, non-profit, membership-funded international business organization promoting development of Canadian business with the Commonwealth of Independent States (CIS), Central Asia, and Eastern Europe. Economic History Services , EH.Net operates the Economic History Services fileserver and several electronic discussion lists to provide resources and promote communication among scholars in economic history and related fields. Emerging Europe Research Group offering resources on economics, politics, business and markets. Good current economic data. European Bank for Reconstruction and Development (EBRD) European Union site with information on the EU's move eastward plus info on stats and policy. Slavophilia, offers a comprehensive guide to Internet resources on Russia and Central/Eastern Europe WorldSkip.com , links page for the whole area Country Specific Governments on the Web: Country Profiles . Extensive links to economic ministries and agencies. BA: Foreign Investment Promotion Agency BG: Bulgarian Financial and Business Daily BG: Bulgarian National Securities Commission BG: Bulgarian Stock Exchange-Sofia CZ: Online information on Czech markets , excellent up-to-date stats.