Publications

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 meA 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.