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Employment Performance in the Knowledge-Based Economy

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  • Gera, S
  • Masse, P
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    There is a growing consensus among academics and policy-makers that most industrialized economies are increasingly becoming "knowledge-based". Knowledge, both as an input and an output, is seen a key source of long-term growth and job creation. The study examines the relationship between structural change and the employment performance of the Canadian economy over the period 1971 to 1991, using Statistics Canada's input/output model.

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    Paper provided by Gouvernement du Canada - Industry Canada in its series Gouvernement du Canada - Industrial Organization with number 14.

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    Length: 110 pages
    Date of creation: 1996
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    Handle: RePEc:fth:cagoio:14

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    Keywords: EMPLOYMENT ; KNOW-HOW ; INDUSTRIAL POLICY;

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    Cited by:
    1. Rashmi Banga, 2007. "Impact of Liberalisation on Wages and Employment in Indian Manufacturing Industries," Working Papers id:989, eSocialSciences.
    2. Nicole Haggerty & Scott Schneberger, 2000. "An Analysis of the Canadian Information Techology Labour Market," Canadian Public Policy, University of Toronto Press, vol. 26(4), pages 461-475, December.
    3. Beckstead, Desmond & Baldwin, John R., 2003. "Knowledge Workers in Canada's Economy, 1971 to 2001," Insights on the Canadian Economy 2003004e, Statistics Canada, Economic Analysis.
    4. Rashmi Banga, 2007. "Liberalisation and Wage Inequality In India," Working Papers id:805, eSocialSciences.
    5. Fernando Barrios Aguirre & Carolina Carcamo Vergara, 2013. "La innovacion en la industria manufacturera de la region caribe colombiana," DOCUMENTOS DE TRABAJO 011090, UNIVERSIDAD TECNOLÓGICA DE BOLÍVAR.

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