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Savoie, Donald J. 2017. Looking for Bootstraps: Economic Development in the Maritimes.  Nimbus Publishing Ltd. 

Batt, Sharon. 2017. Health Advocacy Inc.: How Pharmaceutical Funding Changed the Breast Cancer Movement. UBC Press.

Agnew, Theresa, Cynthia Dusseault, Cheryl Mahaffy, and Lori-Ann Claerhout. 2016. Kansas City Shuffle

Lexchin, Joel. 2016. Private Profits versus Public Policy: The Pharmaceutical Industry and the Canadian StateUniversity of Toronto Press.

Tusikov, Natasha. 2016. Chokepoints: Global Private Regulation on the InternetUniversity of California Press.

Agnew, Theresa, Cynthia, Dusseault, and Cheryl Mahaffy. 2015. Field Law: Grounded in the Past: Focused on the Future 1915–2015

Carney, William Wray, and Leah-Ann Lymer, eds. 2015. Fundamentals of Public Relations and Marketing Communications in Canada. University of Alberta Press.

Hurwitz, Marc, and Samantha Hurwitz. 2015. Leadership Is Half the Story: A Fresh Look at Followership, Leadership, and Collaboration. University of Toronto Press.

McBride, Stephen, Rianne Mahon, and Gerard Boychuk, eds. 2015. After ’08: Social Policy and the Global Financial Crisis. UBC Press.

Smith, Vivian. 2015. Outsiders Still: Why Women Journalists Love – and Leave – Their Newspaper Careers. University of Toronto Press.

Gaynor, Dan. 2014.The Heart and Hands of Leadership: The Twelve TImeless Practices of Effective Leaders. Kingsley Publishing.

Buckland, Jerry. 2012. Hard Choices: Financial Exclusion, Fringe Banks, and Poverty in Urban CanadaUniversity of Toronto Press. 

Schultz, Judy. 2008. Which Came First? The Egg, of Course! It’s Not Just History, It’s Lilydale! 

Solin, Daniel. 2006. The Smartest Investment Book You’ll Ever Read. Penguin Canada. 

Axelrod, Larry, and Rowland (Roy) Johnson. 2005. Turning Conflict into Profit. University of Alberta Press. 

Nolan, Michael. 2001. CTV: The Network That Means Business. University of Alberta Press, 2001.


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