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Liaisons globales - Les avantages de l'investissement direct de l'etranger pour les etablissements sous controle canadien : le role des liens verticaux

  • Lileeva, Alla

A l'aide de donnees sur les etablissements manufacturiers en exploitation au Canada de 1981 a 1997, nous estimons l'effet des variations du niveau d'investissement direct etranger (IDE) sur la productivite du travail dans les etablissements sous controle canadien. Nous faisons la distinction entre l'IDE dans l'industrie propre des etablissements sous controle canadien et dans les industries liees a ces etablissements a titre de fournisseurs ou d'utilisateurs d'intrants intermediaires. Nous constatons que l'IDE intensifie la croissance de la productivite des etablissements sous controle canadien d'une facon allant de pair avec le transfert de technologie des fournisseurs etrangers vers les etablissements sous controle canadien. Les effets positifs de l'IDE sur la productivite sont plus prononces dans les etablissements qui externalisent la production d'une grande quantite d'intrants intermediaires et ceux qui achetent des intrants intermediaires a vocation scientifique (c'est a dire produits electroniques, machines et equipement, produits chimiques) que dans les autres. Nous concluons aussi que la concurrence etrangere a un effet negatif sur la productivite des producteurs canadiens

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