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Liaisons globales : exportation, investissement etranger direct et remuneration : donnees du secteur canadien de la fabrication

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  • Breau, Sebastien
  • Brown, W. Mark

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Les etablissements exportateurs et ceux sous controle etranger payent-ils mieux leurs travailleurs que les etablissements non exportateurs et ceux sous controle canadien? La presente etude s'appuie sur un ensemble de donnees sur les employeurs et les employes pour determiner s'il y a un avantage salarial a travailler pour un etablissement exportateur ou sous controle etranger dans le secteur canadien de la fabrication. Le commerce et l'investissement etranger direct (IED) sont des elements fondamentaux du processus de mondialisation. Au cours des 50 dernieres annees, les defenseurs d'une plus grande liberalisation des echanges et de l'IED ont soutenu que la suppression d'obstacles a ces deux activites stimule la croissance economique. Une foule de travaux s'appuyant sur de nouveaux fichiers de microdonnees ont ete effectues pour comparer le niveau de productivite des etablissements exportateurs a celui des etablissements non exportateurs, et le niveau de productivite des etablissements sous controle etranger a celui des etablissements sous controle canadien.

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  • Breau, Sebastien & Brown, W. Mark, 2011. "Liaisons globales : exportation, investissement etranger direct et remuneration : donnees du secteur canadien de la fabrication," L'economie canadienne en transition 2011021f, Statistics Canada, Division de l'analyse economique.
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