Business in the Canadian Context
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The paper discusses how Canada has a banking ideology characterized by a mix of socialism and capitalism; the United States is more about laissez-faire capitalism than about anything else. This brief paper compares the two nations - with most of the focus falling upon Canada. The paper points out that liberalism and democratic socialism are both placed vertically above conservatism, a brief expose of what ideologies define Canadian politics.
From the Paper:"Amidst a global credit crunch and fears about the viability of the financial sector in a number of countries, the World Economic Forum ranked Canada's banking system as the healthiest in the world. What are the ideological influences that have shaped the regulation of the Canadian banking system? In your answer, contrast the Canadian approach with that of the United States.
"When all is said and done, Canada has a banking ideology characterized by a mix of socialism and capitalism; the United States is more about laissez-faire capitalism than about anything else. This brief essay will..."
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