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Determinants de la reussite ou de l'echec des etablissements canadiens sur les marches etrangers, selon une analyse de survie


  • Bosco Sabuhoro, Jean
  • Gervais, Yvan


Dans cet article, on etudie les determinants de la reussite ou de l'echec des etablissements canadiens sur les marches etrangers a l'aide des donnees du Registre des exportateurs canadiens de Statistique Canada de 1993 a 2000. L'etude des taux de survie et de risque des etablissements exportateurs repose sur le modele de l'analyse de survie, le modele de regression a risques proportionnels de Cox servant a l'analyse econometrique.

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  • Bosco Sabuhoro, Jean & Gervais, Yvan, 2004. "Determinants de la reussite ou de l'echec des etablissements canadiens sur les marches etrangers, selon une analyse de survie," Direction des etudes analytiques : documents de recherche 2004220f, Statistics Canada, Direction des etudes analytiques.
  • Handle: RePEc:stc:stcp3f:2004220f

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    International trade; Merchandise exports; Trade patterns;

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