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7 edition of Profiting The Crown found in the catalog.

Profiting The Crown

Canada"s Polymer Corporation, 1942-1990

by Matthew J. Bellamy

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Published by McGill-Queen"s University Press .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Central government policies,
  • Industry & Industrial Studies,
  • Industries - Manufacturing Industries,
  • Corporate & Business History - General,
  • Business & Economics,
  • Business / Economics / Finance,
  • Business/Economics,
  • Canada,
  • Infrastructure,
  • Histoire,
  • History,
  • Polymer Corporation,
  • Sociâetâe Polymer

  • The Physical Object
    FormatHardcover
    Number of Pages303
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL8079394M
    ISBN 100773528156
    ISBN 109780773528154


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Profiting the Crown traces the rise and evolution of Polymer Corporation until its sale in to the German chemical giant A.G. Bayer. Crown corporations are widely regarded as a Canadian invention, but the failures of many state-run enterprises in the twentieth century have led to the widely held position that government has no place in the boardrooms of the by: 7.

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Bellamy. Profiting the Crown traces the rise and evolution of Polymer Corporation until its sale in to the German chemical giant A.G. Bayer. Crown corporations are widely regarded as.

Profiting the Crown Book Description: Crown corporations are widely regarded as a Canadian invention, but the failures of many state-run enterprises in the twentieth century have led to the widely held position that government has no place in the boardrooms of the nation.

Profiting the Crown shows how Polymer dexterously achieved a duality of function as a successful public and economic enterprise." "Matthew Bellamy tells the compelling story of Polymer's wartime creation, including C. Howe's crucial role in its founding, the company's post-war development, and its ultimate denationalization."--BOOK JACKET.

Profiting the Crown traces the rise and evolution of Polymer Corporation until its sale in to the German chemical giant A.G. Bayer. Crown corporations are widely regarded as a Canadian invention, but the failures of many state-run enterprises in the twentieth century have led to the widely held position that government has no place in the boardrooms of the nation.

Published by (February ) Matthew J. Bellamy, Profiting the Crown: Canada’s Polymer Corporation, Kingston and Montreal: McGill-Queen’s University Press, xxiv + pp.

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Polymer Corporation Ltd., Canada’s sole producer of synthetic rubber, played a critical and profitable role in the Canadian economy for over fifty years. From toPolymer produced the rubber necessary to keep Canada. Profiting the Crown traces the rise and evolution of Polymer Corporation until its sale in to the German chemical giant A.G.

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