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Roulement des usines et croissance de la productivite dans le secteur canadien de la fabrication

  • Gu, Wulong
  • Baldwin, John R.

Ce document donne un apercu de l'importance du roulement des usines dans le secteur canadien de la fabrication, c'est a dire le nombre d'entrees et de sorties, au cours des trois periodes suivantes : 1973 a 1979, 1979 a 1988 et 1988 a 1997. On examine aussi la contribution de ce roulement a la croissance de la productivite du travail dans le secteur de la fabrication au cours de ces trois periodes. Le roulement des usines contribue de facon importante a la croissance de la productivite, les usines entrantes plus productives remplacant les usines sortantes moins productives. Par ailleurs, on constate qu'une part proportionnellement plus elevee de l'effet des entrees et des sorties sur la croissance de la productivite est attribuable a la fermeture d'usines et a l'ouverture de nouvelles usines par des entreprises a etablissements multiples ou sous controle etranger. Habituellement, les usines ouvertes par des entreprises a etablissements multiples ou sous controle etranger sont beaucoup plus productives que celles ouvertes par des entreprises a une seule usine ou sous controle canadien.

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Date of creation: 02 Apr 2003
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Handle: RePEc:stc:stcp3f:2003193f
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