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Impact de l'adoption des technologies de l'information et des communications de pointe sur la performance des entreprises du secteur de la fabrication au Canada

  • Sabourin, David
  • Baldwin, John R.

Le present document s'interesse a l'evolution de la structure industrielle du secteur de la fabrication au Canada de meme qu'a son lien avec le changement technologique en examinant l'adoption de technologies de pointe et son rapport avec le processus de croissance stochastique dans la population des usines. Il s'articule autour du point de vue selon lequel la croissance est un processus stochastique dans lequel intervient l'apprentissage. L'experimentation des nouvelles technologies recompense certaines entreprises a croissance et a rentabilite superieures. Pour savoir lesquelles, on y examine le rapport entre la croissance et le choix de differentes strategies technologiques. Le document etudie l'evolution de ce processus en sondant la relation entre l'adoption de nouvelles technologies et la performance des usines dans le secteur de la fabrication; cela se fait par la combinaison de donnees transversales sur les technologies de pointe a des donnees de panel longitudinales sur la performance des usines. Il s'interesse en particulier au lien entre l'utilisation des technologies de l'information et des communications (TIC) et la croissance de la part de marche et de la productivite relative d'une usine. Il appert qu'une proportion considerable de la part de marche passe des entreprises en declin aux entreprises en croissance sur une periode de dix ans. En meme temps, les secondes augmentent leur productivite par rapport aux premieres. Les utilisatrices de technologies qui employaient des technologies de communication ou combinaient differents types de technologies ont accru le plus leur productivite relative. Ces hausses de la productivite relative se sont accompagnees delargissements de la part de marche. Ont aussi contribue a accroitre la part de marche la presence d'installations de R et D et d'autres activites innovatrices.

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