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Delocalisation des matieres : autres mesures


  • Baldwin, John R.
  • Gu, Wulong
  • Sydor, Aaron
  • Yan, Beiling


Afin d'evaluer l'importance de la delocalisation des matieres (definie dans le present document comme etant l'utilisation de matieres intermediaires importees) au niveau de l'industrie, on suppose generalement que, pour une industrie particuliere, la part importee des entrees de chaque bien est la meme que celle observee pour l'economie dans son ensemble, parce que les donnees sur les importations ne sont generalement disponibles qu'a ce niveau. On parle alors de mesure de la delocalisation fondee sur la proportionnalite. Les progres recents en ce qui concerne l'utilisation des donnees administratives sur le commerce permettent d'elaborer de plus nombreuses mesures des importations par industrie. Cependant, ces mesures concernent generalement l'agent qui effectue les importations. Ces importateurs pourraient ne jouer qu'un role d'intermediaire et appartenir a d'autres industries (p. ex. commerce ou finance) que celles qui utilisent les importations. Le present rapport decrit ces mesures plus directes des importations par industrie produites en utilisant des microdonnees canadiennes sur les importations, ainsi que des mesures hybrides combinant des donnees sur les entrees et sur les importations de biens. Les estimations obtenues par ces diverses methodes sont ensuite comparees aux estimations calculees d'apres les donnees d'une enquete sur l'intensite des importations recueillies dans le cadre d'une etude plus generale sur l'innovation.

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  • Baldwin, John R. & Gu, Wulong & Sydor, Aaron & Yan, Beiling, 2013. "Delocalisation des matieres : autres mesures," Serie de documents de recherche sur l'analyse economique (AE) 2013086f, Statistics Canada, Direction des etudes analytiques.
  • Handle: RePEc:stc:stcp5f:2013086f

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