Breton, Albert

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BRETON, Albert

BRETON, Albert. Canadian, b. 1929. Genres: Economics. Career: Professor of Economics, University of Toronto, 1970-. Member, Canadian Economic Policy Committee of the C.D. Howe Research Institute, 1974-88. Guest, Massachusetts Institute of Technology, 1959-60; Dir of Research, The Social Research Group, 1956-65; Assistant Professor of Economics, University of Montreal, 1957-65; Visiting Associate Professor, Carleton University, 1964-65; Lecturer, 1966-67, and Reader in Economics, 1967-69, London School of Economics; Visiting Professor, Catholic University, of Louvain, 1968-69; Visiting Professor of Canadian Studies, Harvard University, 1969-70; Visiting Professor, University of Paris, 1990, 1993. Publications: Discriminatory Government Policies in Federal Countries, 1967; A Conceptual Basis for an Industrial Strategy, 1974; The Economic Theory of Representative Government, 1974; (with A.D. Scott) The Economic Constitution of Federal States, 1978; (with R. Wintnobe) The Logic of Bureaucratic Conduct, 1982; Competitive Governments, 1996. Contributor to books on economics. Address: Dept. of Economics, University of Toronto, 150 St. George St, Toronto, ON, Canada M5S 3G7. Online address: [email protected]