Department of Geography and Environmental Studies
This paper reports of the first part of a comparative international study on the relationship between trade and immigration in the case of Canada-India relations. Subsequent papers will report on the Australia-India case. The research examines the perceptions of traders and government and trade officials with regard to how they interpret the links between immigration and trade. The research highlights how specific immigration networks between India and Canada, and various Canadian policy contexts have been seen to restrain the successful development of India-Canadian relations.
Walton-Roberts, M. (2009). India-Canada trade and immigration linkages: A case of regional (dis)advantage? (rep., 1 pp.). Vancouver: Metropolis British Columbia.