|Born||5 May 1933|
|Died||27 April 2009(aged 75)|
John H. G. Crispo (5 May 1933 – 27 April 2009) was a Canadian economist, author and educator.
Eighteen years after being diagnosed with prostate cancer, Crispo died at Princess Margaret Hospital, Toronto aged 75. He was active at the University of Toronto's Rotman School of Management where he was designated Professor Emeritus of Political Economy.
- 2002: Rebel Without a Pause: Memoirs of a Canadian Maverick (Warwick) ISBN 1-894622-27-8
- 1992: Making Canada Work: Competing in the Global Economy, (1992, Random House) ISBN 0-394-22287-3
- 1990: Can Canada Compete? (Hemlock) ISBN 0-929066-04-9
- 1988: Free Trade: The Real Story (Gage) ISBN 0-7715-5110-X
- 1984: National consultation : problems and prospects (C. D. Howe Institute) ISBN 0-88806-125-0
- 1979: Mandate For Canada (General Publishing) ISBN 0-7736-1051-0
- 1978: Industrial democracy in western Europe: a North American perspective (McGraw-Hill Ryerson) ISBN 0-07-082700-1
- 1978: The Canadian industrial relations system (McGraw-Hill Ryerson) ISBN 0-07-082459-2
- 1975: The public right to know : accountability in the secretive society (McGraw-Hill Ryerson) ISBN 0-07-082248-4
- 1967: International unionism : a study in Canadian-American relations (McGraw-Hill)
- 1966: (editor) Industrial relations : challenges and responses (University of Toronto Press)
- "Deaths: John Crispo". The Globe and Mail. 1 May 2009. Retrieved 2009-05-02.[dead link]
- "John Crispo, Professor Emeritus of Political Economy". Rotman School of Management. Retrieved 2009-05-02.
- Collingwood Enterprise-Bulletin (28 April 2009). "Clearview councillor dies after battle with cancer". Orillia Packet and Times. Retrieved 2009-05-02.
- Miller, Jason (29 April 2009). "John Crispo, 76: Political pundit fought for free trade". Toronto Star. Retrieved 2009-05-02.
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