This volume is the first of three volumes of a comprehensive study of U.S.-Canadian resource linkages. It analyzes the evolution of resource policies in the two countries and introduces the domestic and bilateral policy issues that have emerged regarding natural resource development and trade.
1. An Introductory Overview 2. The Resource Sectors of the United States and Canada: An Overview 3. Continuity and Change in the U.S. Decision-Making Process in Raw Materials 4. U.S. Resource Policy: Canadian Connections 5. Mineral Resources in the Canadian Economy: Macro-Economic Implications 6. The Process of Making Mineral Resource Policy in Canada 7. The Evolution of Canadian Federal Mineral Policies 8. Forces Underlying the Evolution of Natural Resource Policies in Quebec 9. Natural Resources, Economic Development, and U.S.-Canadian Relations: A Western Canadian Perspective 10. Lessons from Bilateral Trade in Energy Resources 11. What are the Issues?