Week 2 Lecture- Business Canadian Context

Jim love adms 1010 11 where does money come from

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Unformatted text preview: nce –  1867 Nova Sco@a, New Brunswick, Ontario, Quebec •  Na@onal Policy –  Tariffs –  SeBle the West –  Na@onal Railroad Jim Love ADMS 1010 9 Na@on Building Jim Love ADMS 1010 Source: Wikimedia Commons 10 Defining Canada – Currency and Banks •  Why do we care? •  What does the history teach us? •  How did the way Banking evolved influence what Canada is today? •  What does this mean for business and the na@on - today and in the future? Jim Love ADMS 1010 11 Where does money come from? •  hBp://www.youtube.com/watch? v=IiBSdBDeucU&feature=relate Jim Love ADMS 1010 12 Money Is? http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=kJ8HEsoI39s&feature=related Jim Love ADMS 1010 13 The Financial Crisis 2009 http://www.wallstats.com/blog/a-visual-guide-to-the-financial-crisis/ https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=LQkxm4ZJIw4&feature=related Has “financial innovation outrun effective regulation?” (Relentless Change – p. 21) Jim Love ADMS 1010 14 Canada “Canada’s banking system has been perceived as surviving the huge stress beBer than any other system in the world.” “The rela@ve stability of the banks can be traced back to the very origins of banking law and regula@on in the 19th century.” Relentless Change p 21 Jim Love ADMS 1010 15 Canadian...
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