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Capacités d'innovation : le capital de savoir, gage de survie et de croissance des entreprises

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  • Baldwin, John R. Gellatly, Guy

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Le présent document décrit les constatations tirées d'un programme de recherche visant à souligner l'importance des compétences qui découlent des investissements dans l'actif incorporel pour le processus de croissance des entreprises. Le programme comportait deux parties. Premièrement, des bases de données longitudinales ont fourni un riche ensemble d'études sur les entrées, les sorties, les fusions et d'autres aspects de la dynamique liée à la croissance et au déclin des populations d'entreprises. Ces études ont démontré l'omniprésence de la croissance et du déclin dans la population des entreprises. En soi, elles n'indiquent pas quelles stratégies distinguent les entreprises les plus prospères des moins prospères. Voilà pourquoi nous avons créé un ensemble d'enquêtes-entreprises qui ont permis de concevoir des profils sur le genre de compétences qui découlent des investissements dans le capital organisationnel. À leur tour, celles ci ont été reliées aux données administratives pour nous permettre de classer les entreprises comme étant en expansion ou en déclin. Nous nous sommes alors demandés quel était le lien entre les différences dans les compétences et le rendement des entreprises.

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  • Baldwin, John R. Gellatly, Guy, 2006. "Capacités d'innovation : le capital de savoir, gage de survie et de croissance des entreprises," L'économie canadienne en transition 2006013f, Statistics Canada, Division de l'analyse économique.
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