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Taxation, Croissance et Chomage Regional: des Resultats Empiriques


  • Tremblay, R.


Ce Present Memoire a Pour Objet D'estimer les Relations de Longue Periode Existant Entre les Niveaux de Taxation et Leur Evolution Dans Chaque Province Canadienne et la Performance Economique Relative de Chacune au Chapitre du Taux de Croissance Economique, du Niveau de L'emploi et du Niveau du Taux de Chomage. Il Ressort des Resultats Que les Provinces Canadiennes Ou le Fardeau Fiscal Est le Plus Lourd Sont Celles Qui Connaissent les Taux de Croissance Economiques les Plus Faibles. la Fiscalite Provinciale Relative Affecta Negativement et Significativement L'offre des Facteurs de Production et la Productivite Totale des Facteurs de Production au Cours de la Periode 1967 a 1982. L'ecart de Longue Periode Entre les Taux de Chomage Provinciaux Reflete Significativement les Ecarts Persistants Dans les Fardeaux Fiscaux Provinciaux et Dans les Couts Unitaires de Main-D'oeuvre Provinciaux.

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  • Tremblay, R., 1984. "Taxation, Croissance et Chomage Regional: des Resultats Empiriques," Cahiers de recherche 8435, Universite de Montreal, Departement de sciences economiques.
  • Handle: RePEc:mtl:montde:8435

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