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Utilisation de l'eau, prix fictifs et productivite du secteur canadien des entreprises

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  • Dachraoui, Kais
  • Harchaoui, Tarek

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Dans ce document, on elabore un cadre de la mesure de la production qui tient compte de l'auto-approvisionnement en eau, un facteur dont le prix n'est pas etabli. On utilise par la suite ce cadre pour estimer les prix fictifs correspondants de l'eau et pour determiner dans quelle mesure cette ressource a des repercussions sur la productivite multifactorielle du secteur des entreprises au Canada.

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  • Dachraoui, Kais & Harchaoui, Tarek, 2004. "Utilisation de l'eau, prix fictifs et productivite du secteur canadien des entreprises," Serie de documents de recherche sur l'analyse economique (AE) 2004026f, Statistics Canada, Direction des etudes analytiques.
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    Economic accounts; Environment; Natural resources; Productivity accounts;

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