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Productivite urbaine : qui profite des economies d'agglomeration?

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  • Brown, W. Mark
  • Rigby, David
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    Il existe de nombreuses preuves qu'un grand nombre d'entreprises se regroupent au niveau spatial et qu'il y a une association entre la formation de grappes et la productivite. Au lieu de determiner les vastes effets de la formation de grappes, le present document explore comment les differents types d'entreprises profitent de l'agglomeration. Il fait progresser la recherche sur l'agglomeration en demontrant tout d'abord que les entreprises ne profitent pas au meme degre de la colocalisation et, en deuxieme lieu, que les entreprises ayant des capacites internes differentes profitent de formes differentes d'externalites geographiques. L'analyse empirique est axee sur les etablissements du secteur canadien de la fabrication qui etaient en activite au cours de la periode allant de 1989 a 1999.

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    Paper provided by Statistics Canada, Direction des etudes analytiques in its series Serie de documents de recherche sur l'analyse economique (AE) with number 2013084f.

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    Date of creation: 06 Feb 2013
    Handle: RePEc:stc:stcp5f:2013084f
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