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The importance of steel manufacturing to Canada : a research study

Author: Peter Warrian; Munk School of Global Affairs.
Publisher: Toronto, Ont. : Munk School of Global Affairs, 2010
Series: MCIS briefings, 14.
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The fundamental purpose of this study is to analyze the value, importance and benefits of the steel industry to the Canadian economy and its contribution to our society.
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Genre/Form: Electronic books
Additional Physical Format: Print version:
Material Type: Document, Internet resource
Document Type: Internet Resource, Computer File
All Authors / Contributors: Peter Warrian; Munk School of Global Affairs.
OCLC Number: 707713360
Notes: "July 2010."
Description: 1 online resource (xiv, 113 pages) : illustrations, digital file.
Contents: Appendix 1. A short history of Canadian steel --
A short history of Canadian steel --
The national policy steel industry --
C.D. Howe's steel industry --
The tipping point between Stelco and Dofasco --
Historical bibliography --
Appendix 2. Methodology --
References. 9. Steel, the environment and recycling --
Steel recycling story --
Steel scrap --
Energy: counter-intuitive and Ontario Power Authority (OPA). 10. A sustainable steel industry for the future --
Conventional policy issues --
New policy issues --
A horizon of supportive public policy --
Policies for steel. 8. Steel trade issues --
Global economic crisis --
Impact of China --
Key trade flow drivers --
Steel trade disputes --
Trade liberalization. 7. The steel growth story --
NAFTA steel market --
Auto steels --
Energy: alternative and conventional --
Construction: the big surprise --
Materials competition in auto and construction. 5. The steel cluster --
Natural steel manufacturing cluster --
Steel technology cluster --
Cluster economic rents --
Working with customers and suppliers --
Steel companies partnering with their customers --
Working with suppliers. 6. Steel in the knowledge economy --
The Japanese steel revolution --
Knowledge and skills on the shop floor --
The steel mill as laboratory --
How steel companies learn --
Steel knowledge networks. 3. Steel: the anchor of industrial Canada --
Steel in Canadian economic history --
Steel manufacturing as Canada's industrial anchor --
The postwar steel industry --
Role of public policy in steel industry development --
The role of tariff policy --
C.D. Howe's steel industry --
Vision of an integrated steel industry --
Postwar steel innovation: BOF, CCM. 4. Canadian steel in a globalized industry --
Access to capital and technology --
Restructuring of world steel: China vs Brazil --
New technology and talent flows. 2. The impact and contribution of steel to the Canadian economy --
Steel industry multiplier: macro-economic simulation results --
Regional and local impacts: micro-economic data --
Death star scenario: what if no steel. 1. Introduction --
The perspective of this report --
The steel industry --
Steel industry basics --
The classic steel industry --
NAFTA & regional steel --
Steel and regions --
The steel mill(s) --
Learning from steel --
Manufacturing in the new economy --
Steel success and public policy --
High tech steel --
Steel, people and talent. Disclaimer --
To the reader --
Table of contents --
Executive summary.
Series Title: MCIS briefings, 14.
Responsibility: by Peter Warrian.
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The fundamental purpose of this study is to analyze the value, importance and benefits of the steel industry to the Canadian economy and its contribution to our society.

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