…though maybe shouldn’t be surprised. Doctoral dissertation, or major research of any sort, being a form of permanent contribution to knowledge.
Similar to songwriting, or other forms of authorship. Not necessarily a Top 10 hit, but somehow still a part of the milieu.
As found here and described here, by York University Library:
Canadian financial institution failures : the pathologies of regulatory inaction / Bruce Arthur La Rochelle.
La Rochelle, Bruce Arthur.
Financial institutions » Canada » State supervision.
Pathological regulatory inaction.
Thesis (Ph.D.)–York University, 1993.
Graduate Programme in Administrative Studies.
Microfiche. Ottawa : National Library of Canada, 1993. 8 microfiches ; 11 x 15 cm. (Canadian theses = Thèses canadiennes)
Spine title: The pathologies of regulatory inaction.
xi, 740 leaves.
Includes bibliographical references (leaves 688-740)
View this record in the classic catalogue
What classic catalogue…
Then checked further on the page:
THESIS 930128 SCOTT-BOOK HNES Storage 0 In Storage
HG 2704 L37 1993A MFICHE BOOK Scott Microtext Location Map 0 Non-circulating
Guess that’s the way it is. Though when I prepared a Casebook on Equitable Remedies for Professor Leslie Shaw in the summer of 1975, it was circulating in the University of Ottawa law library for a number of years thereafter. Used to drop by to pick it off the shelf, amazed.
Thinking about all these thoughtful student papers that merited a wider audience…