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Dynamique des entreprises : l'entree et la sortie d'entreprises dans les provinces canadiennes, 2000 a 2009

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  • Baldwin, John R.
  • Liu, Huju
  • Wang, Weimin

Le present document decrit les tendances de l'entree et de la sortie d'entreprises dans les provinces canadiennes, le lien entre ces tendances et les differences de structure industrielle, et la reaction de l'entree et de la sortie d'entreprises aux changements qui se produisent dans l'environnement economique. L'entree et la sortie d'entreprises jouent un role important dans le faconnement de la structure et de la dynamique industrielles. L'entree et la sortie d'entreprises s'observent partout au pays, mais les nouvelles entreprises sont souvent associees a de nouvelles idees et a la fourniture de biens et services novateurs, et elles forcent les entreprises existantes a devenir plus innovatrices et efficientes. Des etudes ont montre le role de premiere importance que joue l'entree et la sortie dans la reaffectation des ressources et l'amelioration de la productivite.

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Paper provided by Statistics Canada, Division de l'analyse economique in its series L'economie canadienne en transition with number 2013030f.

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Date of creation: 10 Dec 2013
Handle: RePEc:stc:stcp1f:2013030f
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