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Nouvelle economie: utilisation de l'architecture de la comptabilite nationale pour estimer l'importance de l'economie de haute technologie

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  • Beckstead, Desmond
  • Burrows, Sean
  • Gellatly, Guy

Le present document montre comment l'architecture statistique du Systeme de comptabilite nationale du Canada peut etre utilisee pour etudier l'importance et la composition d'un secteur economique particulier. A titre d'illustration, l'analyse est axee sur le secteur des technologies de l'information et des communications (TIC) et, par consequent, sur l'ensemble des industries productrices de technologies et des produits de technologie qui sont les plus couramment lies a ce que l'on appelle souvent l'economie de haute technologie. A partir des tableaux des ressources et des emplois des comptes des entrees-sorties, nous elaborons des classifications integrees des industries et des produits des TIC, qui permettent d'etablir un lien entre les producteurs de technologies au pays et leurs principaux produits. Nous utilisons ensuite ces classifications pour produire une serie de statistiques descriptives qui permettent d'examiner l'importance de l'economie de haute technologie au Canada ainsi que ses elements sous-jacents. A notre avis, ces classifications integrees peuvent servir a dresser un profil plus detaille de l'economie de haute technologie que celui decoulant de l'examen isole des caracteristiques des industries ou de celles des produits.

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Paper provided by Statistics Canada, Analyse economique in its series L'economie canadienne en transition with number 2007015f.

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Date of creation: 21 Dec 2007
Handle: RePEc:stc:stcp1f:2007015f
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