It is instructive to use gross domestic product (GDP) as a means of evaluating whether Newfoundland and Labrador (NL) has become a rentier state. Let us… 937 more words
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When a profitable new resource is discovered in a developing country, it can seem like the solution to the nation’s economic woes. In the initial rush of activity, the new revenue stream is expected to be a savior for the country’s economy and rapidly reduce poverty. 605 more words
Falling oil prices have directed attention towards Canada’s oil-producing provinces, including Newfoundland and Labrador (NL). While lower gas prices should be a boon to most Canadians, Newfoundlanders look warily to oil’s plunging market price as a sign of harder economic times. 635 more words
Falling world oil prices make strange bedfellows. Those who, more than two years ago, loudly condemned then newly selected NDP leader Tom Mulcair’s analysis that Canada suffered from “Dutch disease” now happily embrace the idea. 591 more words
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AUTHOR’S NAME: Nwokoye, Ebele S.
AFFILIATE INSTITUTION: Department of Economics, Nnamdi Azikiwe University, Awka, Anambra State, Nigeria.
JOURNAL: Journal of Economic Studies
VOLUME: Six (6) 2,088 more words