by Michael Hinton
(Co-authored with Vincent Geloso and Vadim Kufenko) “The Cause of the Agricultural Crisis in Quebec Reconsidered: Productivity Lessons from the Census of 1831”, Historical Methods: A Journal of Quantitative and Interdisciplinary History, June 2017
“Infant industry protection and the growth of Canada’s cotton mills: A test of the Chang hypothesis.” Smart Globalization: The Canadian Business and Economic History Experience, edited by Andrew Smith and Dimitry Anastakis. Toronto: University of Toronto Press, March 2014. [“Hinton’s chapter… calls for close attention and evaluation (by economic and business historians.)” Excerpt from a review of Smart Globalization by Marvin McInnis. Professor of Economics, Queen’s University in EH.Net, September 2014]
“Infant industry protection and the growth of Canada’s cotton mills: A test of the Chang hypothesis.” Working paper 55-12, Rimini Centre for Economic Analysis, 2012.
(Co-authored with T. Barbiero) “Is protection good or bad for growth? Lessons from Canada’s cotton textile mills.” Working Paper 36, Department of Economics, Ryerson University, 2012.
From Marshall and me. A tribute to and lament for Marshall McLuhan, Daily blog, September 2009 to July 2011.
Speaking to the CEO, Montreal, 2006.
(Co-author), “What Price Political Uncertainty?” Montreal, Gazette, November 22, 1997.
“Gault, Andrew Frederick,” Dictionary of Canadian Biography, Vol 13, 1901-1910. Toronto: U of T Press, pp. 372-376, 1994.
“Parks, John Hegan,” Dictionary of Canadian Biography, Vol 13, 1901-1910. Toronto: U of T Press, pp. 813-815, 1994.
“Corporate Concentration in the Cotton Industry,” Historical Atlas of Canada, Vol III, Toronto, University of Toronto Press, Plate 7, “The Changing Structure of Manufacturing”, 1990.