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Apport des petites et moyennes entreprises au produit interieur brut : comparaison entre le Canada et les Etats-Unis


  • Leung, Danny
  • Rispoli, Luke


A partir de la methodologie ayant servi a produire des estimations de l'apport des entreprises au produit interieur brut (PIB) americain en fonction de leur taille, les auteurs procedent a l'estimation de l'apport des petites et moyennes entreprises au PIB comparativement a celui des grandes entreprises du secteur canadien des entreprises non agricoles en 2005. Relativement a l'ensemble du secteur des entreprises non agricoles, les petites et moyennes entreprises comptant moins de 500 employes representent 54,2 % du PIB au Canada et 50,7 % du PIB aux Etats-Unis. Lorsque l'on exclut deux industries ou les administrations publiques occupent une place importante au Canada (la sante et l'education), ces proportions s'etablissent respectivement a 52,9 % et a 50,3 %.

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  • Leung, Danny & Rispoli, Luke, 2011. "Apport des petites et moyennes entreprises au produit interieur brut : comparaison entre le Canada et les Etats-Unis," Serie de documents de recherche sur l'analyse economique (AE) 2011070f, Statistics Canada, Direction des etudes analytiques.
  • Handle: RePEc:stc:stcp5f:2011070f

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    Business performance and ownership; Economic accounts; Gross domestic product; Small and medium-sized businesses;

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