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Dynamique des entreprises : l'entree et la sortie d'entreprises au Canada, 2000 a 2008

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  • Ciobanu, Oana
  • Wang, Weimin

Le present document offre un examen des tendances de l'entree et de la sortie des entreprises dans le secteur canadien des entreprises effectue a partir de la base de donnees du Programme d'analyse longitudinale de l'emploi (PALE) cree par Statistique Canada. Notre objectif principal est de presenter des faits stylises et de fournir une analyse descriptive des tendances de l'entree et de la sortie d'entreprises dans l'economie canadienne afin d'etablir un fondement solide pour de futures etudes theoriques et empiriques approfondies de la dynamique des entreprises. En particulier, le document met l'accent sur l'importance relative des entreprises entrantes et sortantes pour ce qui est de leur nombre et de leur effectif, sur la persistance des tendances de l'entree et de la sortie d'entreprises au cours du temps, et sur la correlation entre les taux d'entree et de sortie au niveau de l'industrie.

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Paper provided by Statistics Canada, Analyse economique in its series L'economie canadienne en transition with number 2012022f.

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Date of creation: 25 Jan 2012
Handle: RePEc:stc:stcp1f:2012022f
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