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Proposition pour le traitement de la recherche et du developpement comme une depense en immobilisations dans le SCN du Canada

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  • Salem, Meir
  • Siddiqi, Yusuf

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Le present document fait etat des enjeux conceptuels et operationnels impliques a la capitalisation des depenses en recherche et developpement dans le Systeme de comptabilite nationale du Canada (SCNC), il montre les estimations statistiques par industrie pour l'annee de reference 2000 et evalue l'impact de la capitalisation sur les agregats principaux de SCNC.

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  • Salem, Meir & Siddiqi, Yusuf, 2006. "Proposition pour le traitement de la recherche et du developpement comme une depense en immobilisations dans le SCN du Canada," Serie de documents de recherche sur l'analyse economique (AE) 2006040f, Statistics Canada, Direction des etudes analytiques.
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    Economic accounts; Gross domestic product; Research and development; Science and technology;

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